Get Prepared

ARE YOU PREPARED?

Devastating wildfires occur every year across the state. But, did you know: Amador County’s terrain is eerily similar to that of Paradise Fire region? We could be the next county to be hit hard by wildfire. It’s up to YOU and every individual in our community to take action, get prepared, and proactively protect our beloved area from become another one of our states’ wildfire casualties.

Prepare Your Home

Home Hardening

While burning outdoors may be the most convenient way to get rid of landscape debris, extra caution is required to ensure a wildfire is not sparked. Click below for step by step advice to burning your debris safely.

Insurance Agency Information

With the tragic costs of recent mass wildfire damages, the cost to insure your home or even to simply find coverage can be a daunting task. Don’t get caught without insurance. Click the button below to find the right company for you.

Tree Mortality

With the tragic costs of recent mass wildfire damages, the cost to insure your home or even to simply find coverage can be a daunting task. Don’t get caught without insurance. Click the button below to find the right company for you.

Contractors List

Find the right contractor to help you take the safety precautions necessary to protect your home and community from wildfire. Click below for a detailed list of contractors serving the Amador County region.

Before You Burn

While burning outdoors may be the most convenient way to get rid of landscape debris, extra caution is required to ensure a wildfire is not sparked. Click below for step by step advice to burning your debris safely.

Prepare Your Community

Community Wildfire Protection Plans

Do you know your plan? Click below to view the wildfire protection plan for your specific Amador County town. Knowing your plan in advance could make all the difference when you need to evacuate on a moment’s notice.

Evacuation Preparation and Routes

Do you know your plan? Click below to view the wildfire protection plan for your specific Amador County town. Knowing your plan in advance could make all the difference when you need to evacuate on a moment’s notice.

Fire Wise Communities

Having experienced the 2014 King Fire and the 2015 Butte Fire, you know it’s not “if,” but “when” our communities see the next threat. Your neighborhood community can take steps to reduce fire threat by becoming a Fire Wise community.

Fire Prevention

The best way to stop a fire is to prevent one from happening in the first place. Click below to view important tips for preventing a fire in your home and learn all the strategies your can take to stop a fire hazard before it starts.