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Wildfire Safety Campaign

Wildfire Safety Campaign

You may be feeling that wildfires are unstoppable after seeing the Almeda Fire’s impact. However, decades of research and experience from past fires say wildfire loss is preventable, yet fires are inevitable. By taking individual responsibility to fix flammable homes and landscaping, we can avoid a major fire in our town. We have to. Between April and July, take actions to reduce your home’s risk and prepare for fire and smoke. 

This July, prepare for smoke.
Click on the July icon below to get started!

Click on the icons below to learn what you should be doing each month to prepare for wildfire in Ashland.

There are several opportunities to get help or get educated on how to reduce the wildfire risk around your home:

Drop off your flammable
green debris at

Green Debris
Drop-off Day!

Sunday, May 2nd


Apply to get a 
Green Debris Bin 
in your neighborhood


Listen to our
Wildfire Preparedness




Sign up to become a
Wildfire Risk Assessment

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