CWPP and Fire Prevention

Community Wildfire Protection Plan

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The risk of wildfire Is real in Boulder Junction.  boulder-mani risk map

Boulder Junction is taking steps to reduce those risks.

The Town of Boulder Junction adopted a Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) on April 26, 2016. A CWPP is a 5-year planning document that identifies an entire town’s wildfire risk and provides recommendations for projects that protect citizens, homes and essential infrastructure from destructive wildfires.

The CWPP is a collaborative effort of a committee including town officials, fire department members, forestry and emergency management agencies and a variety of community stakeholders. Public participation and input is welcome at any time.

Benefits of a CWPP:

Priority consideration for 50% cost-share grant funds to
implement CWPP projects

Reduced potential for tremendous damage to life, property and infrastructure

Town and its citizens are better able to survive a wildfire

Improved emergency response and preparedness

Solid understanding of wildfire risks and solutions

The CWPP committee meets every 3-4 months. Agenda will be posted in advance of each meeting.

Find out more about the Boulder Junction CWPP!
Download a PDF of it here >

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Related Links:

Get a burning permit and check BEFORE you burn!  - Forest Fires Permits

Check the current fire danger - Forest Fire Restrictions

Learn how to make your home more resistant to wildfire - Forest Fire - Property

Receive emergency messages on your cell or Internet phone -   code red logo

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