During shelter in place, you can actively prepare for the upcoming fire season.  Restricted activities to flatten the curve may have you worried about the wildfire challenge that warm dry weather brings. You can reduce your wildfire risk!  While you are home with additional time; start now to create defensible space around your home, organize your Firewise community in creative non-gathering ways, or harden your home.

SCCFSC wants to remind you that while many wildfire preparation activities can be done safely under Shelter in Place orders, residents should strictly adhere to all county and state guidelines.  Additionally, when doing work, be highly aware of preventing injuries needing care from our already strained medical system.

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What is Shelter in Yard?

SHELTER in YARD is the SCCFSC’s non-gathering compliant program to encourage residents to create defensible space for their homes while they are sheltering in place. Below are tips and tasks that they can do to get their property ready for wildfire season!

Tips & Tasks for the Yard