Links and Resources
- Plumas County Living with Fire - A local resource for fire preparedness information.
- Plumas County Tree Mortality Task Force - The Plumas County website provides information for identifying and removing dead and diseased trees. Notes from the local Task Force meetings are compiled by the Fire Safe Council.
- InciWeb Fire Information- InciWeb is a real-time searchable website that has become a “go-to” source for public and media seeking the most current official information about emergency response to incidents such as: wildfires, hurricanes, tornados, floods, earthquakes, and other natural disasters.
- Northern California Geographic Coordination Center- Information on current and predicted fire weather, fire danger, wildfire outlook and daily webcast during fire season.
- Firewise.org- To save lives and property from wildfire, NFPA's Firewise Communities program teaches people how to adapt to living with wildfire and encourages neighbors to work together and take action now to prevent losses.
- SmokeyBear.com- Smokey’s National website about wildfire, fire prevention how-to’s, Smokey’s history and Smokey for kids and Educators.
- www.preventwildfires.org- Learn how to prevent wildfire while using outdoor equipment, camping, operating vehicles and burning debris.
- Plumas County Fire Chiefs Association- Information about Plumas Counties 19 Fire Departments and our area firefighters.
- Plumas National Forest website
- https://disastersafety.org/wildfire/- Insurance Institute for business and home: News on research on how homes ignite and steps you can do to make your home or business safer in the event of a wildfire.
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Wildfire Planning Documents
The Plumas County Communities Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) provides documentation of implementing actions designed to reduce risk to homes and communities from wildfire through education and outreach programs, the development of partnerships, and implementation of preventative activities such as hazardous fuel reduction, defensible space, land use, or building codes. The emphasis of this plan is to work from the home outward into the forests so that man-made and natural resources survive the eventual intrusion of a wildfire.