Fuel Reduction Programs
Free Chipping Program for residents of eligible communities and Special Assistance Program for qualified seniors, disabled and low income applicants.
SCFSC announces our first annual FireSafe Council Recognition Dinner, to be held Saturday April 8th at 5pm at The Pavilion in Redwood Estates. Join us in honoring those who have made so many important contributions to our success and growth over the years. Space is limited. Read more and reserve your tickets here.
The Countwide Community Wildfire Protection Plan is ready for your use. Please visit our CWPP page for more information.
For past SCFSC news please visit our News Archive.
Visit CAL FIRE at 2 different career fairs today & Saturday. Come learn about a career in the fire service.… https://t.co/FqMNKPlTZo
Harden your home against wildfire & flying embers. Learn more by downloading the NEW Ready for Wildfire app today:… https://t.co/o7yoSJuw5P
Firefighters are battling a 20 acre fire off Highway 101 & Front Street north of Soledad (Monterey County).… https://t.co/GNT50L9nyQ
Since Jan 1, U.S. Forest Service firefighters have completed 171 #rxfire projects, treating 5,300 acres of your Nat'l Forests in Calif
A family communication plan is important for every member of the family. Create a plan & practice regularly.… https://t.co/weVtxqbBGL
Use caution when outdoors. One less spark means one less wildfire! https://t.co/fcmOyBKHoK
Increased fire activity poss. across Southern Calif. tonight through Fri due to strong offshore winds &cured grasses https://t.co/XpuLuIA3iZ
Teach kids to stay away from fire, but if their clothes do catch fire - make sure they know when to Stop! Drop! Cov… https://t.co/6rqqGbx6IM
RT @usfs_psw: PSW statistical scientist Haiganoush Preisler talks about how tree mortality is likely to decline in coming months thanks to…
Our hiring for the 2017 fire season is almost complete. Thanks to all the great candidates that applied for positions!
Do your kids know the difference between what is a dangerous tool & what is a toy? Find out in this interactive vid… https://t.co/huTQACQ3XZ
Teach your kids what a smoke alarm sounds like and what steps they should take if the alarms goes off:… https://t.co/FXUIPJAd8e
Important prescribed fire projects continue this week on several forests. Follow your local forest for details. https://t.co/WwZEd5Iwrj
RT @NWSReno: Spring flood outlook & a look back at our historic winter will be some of the topics today at the Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center…
Santa Clara County FireSafe Council
2053 Lincoln Avenue, Suite B
San Jose, CA 95125
Telephone: (408) 975-9591
Fax: (408) 624-9316
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