2017 Rogue Valley
Integrated Fire Plan
Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP)
Six Steps to Wildfire Protection
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For Southern Oregon Specific smoke and fire information click the link below.
For additional information on how to use a fire extinguisher, visit fireextinguishing.com by clicking here!
Click the image to the left to download the Forest & Fire Toolkit PDF. It's a 28 page resource that provides a directory of federal and local agencies for things like burn permits, tips on how to manage a small woodland, and even forestry contractors. (The Resource Directory below can be found on page 4.)
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Oregon State University’s Forestry & Natural Resources Extension along with state and local agencies and community partners, want to help Oregonians prepare for the reality of wildfire through greater awareness and action. We have created a resources packet that will help get you Fire Aware. Fire Prepared. Topics include:
● It takes a village
● From the home to the landscape
● Building community for wildfire resilience
● Be Ready, Be Set, Go!
● A land of fire
● When fire hits
● After the fire
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Incident Information System
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As a reminder, if you are uncomfortable or feel unsafe in your location, you may always self-evacuate. There is no need to wait for an official evacuation notice.
Stay Informed! Like and Follow these feeds:
Grants Pass Fire-Rescue
Jackson County Fire District 3
Jackson County Fire District 4
Jackson County Fire District 5
Evans Valley Fire District 6
Applegate Valley Fire District 9
Rogue River Fire District 1
Prospect Rural Fire Protection District
Lake Creek Rural Fire Protection District
Butte Falls Rural Fire Protection District
Colestin Fire District
Illinois Valley Fire District
Rural-Metro Fire Department
Wolf Creek Rural Fire Protection District
Oregon Department of Forestry
Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest
Bureau of Land Management, Medford District
Office of the Oregon State Fire Marshal
Member agencies pay dues annually to support Rogue Valley Fire Prevention Cooperative (RVFPC) outreach and education projects.
Click the image to the left for one of the most thorough and well thought out home and property assessment checklists you will find!
A collaborative endeavor between Jackson & Josephine County Emergency Management to help the citizens of the Rogue Valley prepare for and respond to disasters
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