Our office is now in the Ventura County Farm Bureau Building, 5156 McGrath Street Suite 101, Ventura, CA 93003
Join us to celebrate, make new friends, and create a fire safe future together!
November 4, 2021
Brief program at 6:15pm
Four Brix Winery
229 Eastman Ave, Ventura CA 93003
Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and drinks.
Reception will follow all CDC and local guidelines.
Sign up for a FREE Home Ignition Zone assessment!
Due to the recent fires, many of our HIZ assessors are assisting in the ongoing firefighting efforts. As a result, we are currently at capacity and unable accept any new registrations at this time. Please check again in the future for openings!
Learn how you can protect your home from Wildfires through our Wildfire Prevention Webinar Series
The Ventura Regional Fire Safe Council is working to help make Ventura County more fire safe through partnerships.
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We are working to update the Countywide Community Wildfire Protection Plan as well as help facilitate the creation of almost a dozen localized plans throughout Ventura County. A Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) is a community-based plan focused on identifying and addressing local hazards and risks from wildfire. A CWPP determines what is at risk and provides a roadmap of actions for a community to address the wildfire threats.
We are working to update the Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) to provide a roadmap of actions for communities to address the wildfire threat. It will prioritize fuel reduction activities and recommend measures to reduce the ignitability of structures.
Wildfire Prevention in Piru
Reducing Wildfire Risks in Piru will work with vulnerable homeowners and residents to become more fire resilient, safer, and better prepared to withstand wildfire through fuel abatement work, chipper days, Home Ignition Zone training and assessments, and outreach to vulnerable populations.
COSCA Wildfire Prevention
The Greater Conejo Valley Area will become more fire resilient, safer, and better prepared to withstand the threat of wildfire through multiple projects including HIZ training and assessments, chipper events, and virtual webinars on wildfire preparedness.