ARE YOU PREPARED?
Prepare Your Home
Insurance Agency Information
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.
Did you know what plants you use in your landscaping can help protect your home? Your home is one of the most valuable things you have. When wildfire strikes, every safety measure counts. Follow these tips for Home Hardening to give your home the best fighting chance of surviving the next wildfire threat.
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.
Are your trees a safety hazard? Don’t let a bark beetle infestation and falling trees be a danger to your home and family. Click below for information to help you take a proactive approach to securing the safety of your home & loved ones.
Prepare Your Community
Community Wildfire 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.
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.
Evacuation Preparation & Routes
When fire strikes, every second counts. Make sure you & your family have a plan & know your evacuation routes in order to ensure the best outcome for you & your family when a fire is headed your way.
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.