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AFSC Board Meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 3:00 pm.

Location: Volcano Communications Tech Center – 19888 Church Street, Pine Grove
(Behind the Pine Grove Park)

Check Calendar Page for Optional Virtual Zoom Meeting link

YOUR
PROTECTION

IS OUR
MISSION

The mission of the Amador Fire Safe Council is to protect the people of Amador County and their property from the catastrophic effects of wildfire through education, outreach, innovation and action.

We aim to:
• Promote a healthy forest
• Improve air & water quality
• Improve soil stability
• Reduct potential fire loss
• Reduce dangerous fuel loads
• and more…

Learn more about Amador Fire Safe Council

Watch Live Fire Cams
Get Involved

GET INVOLVED

We must all do our part to build a Fire Safe community. Whether you want to volunteer, submit a project for your neighborhood, attend an educational event or contribute by a donation, every involvement is valued and appreciated.

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FIREWISE COMMUNITIES

A Collaborative Community is Key

Being a Firewise Community is a key component of Fire Adapted Communities – a collaborative approach that connects all those who play a role in wildfire education, planning, and action with comprehensive resources to help reduce risk. ​

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PROPOSE A PROJECT

We Want to Hear Your Ideas!

If you are interested in having your road considered for one of our fire safety projects or have other project ideas for the Amador Fire Safe Council, please attend a board meeting or submit your project idea online.
Evacuation Maps

EVACUATION PREPARATION MAPS

Are you and your family ready for a wildfire evacuation?

Every family should have an evacuation plan for themselves and their pets. To help you and your family to get started making your preparations, check out this link for essential information.

Get Involved

GET INVOLVED

We must all do our part to build a Fire Safe community. Whether you want to volunteer, submit a project for your neighborhood, attend an educational event or contribute by a donation, every involvement is valued and appreciated.

know my plan icon - blue button with white flame

FIREWISE COMMUNITIES

A Collaborative Community is Key

Being a Firewise Community is a key component of Fire Adapted Communities – a collaborative approach that connects all those who play a role in wildfire education, planning, and action with comprehensive resources to help reduce risk. ​

Request for Proposal Icon

PROPOSE A PROJECT

We Want to Hear Your Ideas!

If you are interested in having your road considered for one of our fire safety projects or have other project ideas for the Amador Fire Safe Council, please attend a board meeting or submit your project idea online.
Evacuation Maps

EVACUATION PREPARATION MAPS

Are you and your family ready for a wildfire evacuation?

Every family should have an evacuation plan for themselves and their pets. To help you and your family to get started making your preparations, check out this link for essential information.

Current Emergency Information
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CURRENT EMERGENCY INFORMATION

Click to go to Cal Fire WebsiteClick to go to Amador County Sheriff Department website
STAY IN THE KNOW

The public is always welcome and encouraged to attend the Amador Fire Safe Council meetings which occur on the third Wednesday of each month from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The AFSC is currently meeting at the Volcano Communications Tech Center, 19888 Church Street, Pine Grove (behind Pine Grove Park). Please view the Calendar for up-to-date meeting location.