Make sure your address is easy to find and locate in an emergency. Through our Reflect to Protect program, MCFSC provides reflective address signs for your home. When seconds count, these signs help insure first responders stay oriented and find your location.
You and your neighbors are the only experts on your particular community’s strengths, priorities and vulnerabilities in the face of fire. Neighborhood Fire Safe Councils are powerful tools for collective action in wildfire planning, preparation, and education.
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
NEEDED: TREE SERVICE CONTRACTORS
The Mendocino County Resource Conservation District (MCRCD) is releasing multiple Requests for Proposals (RFPs) in fall 2019, for Tree and Vegetation Management Services related to Mendocino County Fire Safe Council projects. For more information, please read this Notice of Intent:
- Q: Please provide clarification whether the award for the shaded fuel break project will require prevailing wage/certified payroll submission.
- A: Thank you for your question. Yes, the Ukiah Valley Fire Fuels Reduction Project will require prevailing wage protocols and record-keeping.
MCFSC in the News: Cob Talks About Navarro Poject on KZYX
“Aaron Martin, known as Cob, heads up a two-year project called Fire Adapted Communities in the Navarro River Watershed, sponsored by the Mendocino County Fire Safe Council using federal and state funds.”
Click to listen on kzyx.org.
About the Mendocino County Fire Safe Council
The Fire Safe Council of Mendocino County helps residents protect their families and homes from wildfire. Through our programs and services we foster fire preparedness and safety throughout the county, while encouraging community involvement. Learn what you can do before, during, and after a wildfire to stay fire safe and be fire smart.
Neighborhood Fire Safe Councils
Zoom in on map pins to view neighborhood Fire Safe Councils in Mendocino County. Or Click Here to learn how to create a new one for your neighborhood.
The Mendocino County Fire Safe Council, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit partnership of persons, agencies, and organizations seeking to help people, property, and resources survive and thrive in our wildfire-prone environment.
The Fire Safe Council does not seek to prevent all fires in wildland areas. Instead, it seeks to help persons in wildland areas to prepare for wildfires that are inevitable.
Mendocino County Fire Safe Council
410 Jones Street, Suite C-3
Ukiah, CA 95482