Wildfire Risk Assessment Request

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Ashland Fire & Rescue offers free wildfire risk assessments to help you understand the unique wildfire risks around your property. 
 
   
To continue to build and maintain a resilient fire adapted community, we needed to add capacity to the wildfire risk assessment work performed by our local firefighters. Ashland Fire & Rescue and the Wildfire Safety Commission have created an all-volunteer “Wildfire Risk Assessor” Program (WRAP) to help us meet this need. The Ashland Volunteer Wildfire Risk Assessor (WRA) performs wildfire home risk assessments within Ashland City limits to advise property owners and residents on the wildfire risks associated with their property and how to reduce those risks.
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Request a Wildfire Risk Assessment for your property by submitting this form.

Please Note: 
Due to the high demand for these assessments, it make take a few weeks before a volunteer can get back to you for scheduling your assessment. Thank you for your patience.
Also, if you are requesting a wildfire risk assessment for a business or residential complex of 3 or more units, please indicate that in the corresponding form field below. Businesses and multi-unit residential complexes will be assessed by Ashland Fire & Rescue staff as soon as staff is available.
 
WILDFIRE RISK ASSESSMENT REQUEST
* When we contact you to schedule your assessment, do you prefer contact by phone or email?
 
 

INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROPERTY TO BE ASSESSED
* Please indicate the type of property to be assessed:
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After clicking on the Submit button, you will receive an email confirming that your request has been received.

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