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Wildfire Safety Action Plan Community Meeting

FebFebruary 11 2019

7:00pm - 8:00pm City Hall Council Chambers

1400 5th Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94901
  • Add to calendar 2019-02-11 19:00:00 2019-02-11 20:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Wildfire Safety Action Plan Community Meeting Community Meeting Wildfire Prevention and Protection Action PlanThe San Rafael Wildfire Prevention and Protection Action Plan outlines various goals to proactively and aggressively address the growing risks associated with wildfire. The draft Plan was presented to San Rafael City Council on January 22nd, 2019 by San Rafael Fire Chief Chris Gray and Emergency Manager Quinn Gardner.The primary objectives of the plan include: Ordinance changes to mitigate wildfire risk; additional staffing, funds, and resources to address hazards; expanded and new public outreach and education; expanded and new fuel reduction; expanded and new preparedness efforts; and improving and increasing vegetation management plans (VMPs).The Community Meeting will provide an overview of the plan, similar to what was presented at the January 22nd meeting and provide an additional opportunity for public comment.  The full draft plan is available for public review. We encourage the community to review the plan and other materials posted on the Fire Department's website and provide feedback via the form or at the February 11th meeting.

    View or Comment on the draft Wildfire Safety Action Plan

    1400 5th Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94901
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Community Meeting Wildfire Prevention and Protection Action Plan

The San Rafael Wildfire Prevention and Protection Action Plan outlines various goals to proactively and aggressively address the growing risks associated with wildfire. The draft Plan was presented to San Rafael City Council on January 22nd, 2019 by San Rafael Fire Chief Chris Gray and Emergency Manager Quinn Gardner.

The primary objectives of the plan include: Ordinance changes to mitigate wildfire risk; additional staffing, funds, and resources to address hazards; expanded and new public outreach and education; expanded and new fuel reduction; expanded and new preparedness efforts; and improving and increasing vegetation management plans (VMPs).

The Community Meeting will provide an overview of the plan, similar to what was presented at the January 22nd meeting and provide an additional opportunity for public comment.  The full draft plan is available for public review. We encourage the community to review the plan and other materials posted on the Fire Department’s website and provide feedback via the form or at the February 11th meeting.

View or Comment on the draft Wildfire Safety Action Plan

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