Fire Adapted Big Sur Newsletter

Fire Adapted Big Sur Newsletter #10May 12, 2023In this issue: 911 Emergency GuideResidential Chipping Program Survey #2Fire Adapted Community Town Hall – May 16, 2023
The 911 Emergency Guide, in electronic format, is now available free of charge for personal and family use. By understanding the emergency response’s critical steps, you’ll be better prepared to obtain the best possible outcome for your 911 emergency. Types of emergencies covered: medical, vehicle incident, structure fire, wild land-urban interface fire, rescue, and hazardous conditions. While written for adults, the 911 Emergency Guide is illustration-rich, making it a useful tool for teaching emergency safety to children
The Greater Big Sur Chipper Survey #2 Results are in, to supplement the Greater Big Sur Chipper Survey #1 Results. Thank you to all who participated. Survey #1 focused on the potential demand for a chipper service. Survey #2 focused on how we might deliver such a service. We continue to collaborate with other agencies to develop a county-wide and/or local chipper program. 
Big SurFire Adapted CommunityTown Hall6-8PM May 16,2023Big Sur Grange, Mile Marker 48 Hwy 1 Fire Adapted Communities – Fire Adapted Big SurEmergency Response Plan – Big Sur FireFuel Reduction Landscape Treatment Permits    Resource Conservation District of Monterey CountyFirewise USA* Recognition – Fire Safe Council for Monterey CountyPost Creek Firewise Application Process – Fire Adapted Big SurPanel/Community Discussion

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