SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY
COUNCIL NEWS & EVENTS
GET RID OF THE MULCH!
There is one thing homeowners can do to make their home less vulnerable! See the vital impact of a 5-foot clearance in safeguarding homes during a live wildfire demo in Irvine. Watch fire-hardened structures outperform those without precautions. Learn why proactive measures are essential in fire-prone areas. Don't miss this eye-opening event!
What If THERE IS AN EVACUATION ?
how will I know ?
KNOW YOUR ZONE?
WHAT CAN I DO ???
What If THERE IS A fire ?
how will I know ?
WHAT ARE WE DOING ???
We seek out grant funding to sponsor projects that promote Fire Safe environments throughout San Luis Obispo County. Making a diffrence is our goal.
Fire Prevention takes planning. We bring together communities to develop strategic plans with a common goal to create fire resilient Communities in SLO County.
Our projects create a Fire Safe benefits for our Communities in multiple ways. Community Planning; Public Education; Fuel Reduction and Preparedness.
Need information about Emergency Events in you area.
PULSEPOINT MAP Live LOCAL Incident Information
ALERTCALIFORNIA.COM Live LOCAL Fire Camera’s
READYSLO.ORG Live COUNTY Incident Information
GENASYS PROTECT Live COUNTY Evacuation Information
CALFIRE.GOV Live STATE Incident Information
CALMATTERS WILDFIRE DASHBOARD Live STATE Incident Statistical Information
WHAT IS MY COMMUNITY DOING ???
Explore our FireSafe Library
Established in 1998 the San Luis Obispo Fire Safe Council has been committed to creating fire safe environments throughout San Luis Obispo County.
Please take a moment to browse our resources Library.
WHAT PLANTS ARE
HOME OWNERS INSURANCE INFORMATION
“How to shop when you have been DROPPED!” by United Policy Holders
This webinar covers: How to keep your home insured when your options are limited and premiums are climbing
COMMUNITY CHIPPING PROGRAM
Our Community Chipping Program is designed to assist residents and communities in their efforts to create and maintain adequate and safe defensible space by processing or disposing vegetative material such as brush and tree branches. Required defensible space clearing is 0-100 feet from permanent structures.
- Special Thanks to all involved with Cambria Community Chipping Day