Wildfire Community Preparedness Day

May 1st is Wildfire Community Preparedness Day and we’ve added graphics and sample messages that you can download and share with your community on Neighbors.

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2021PrepDay2WaysOut.jpg

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Sample message:
"Plan two ways out of your neighborhood and designate a meeting place before a wildfire threatens your area."
(Source: National Fire Protection Association)


2021PrepDayWildfirethreatens.jpg

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Sample message:
“Remove all flammable outdoor items from decks and porches (cushions, door mats, and portable propane tanks)."
(Source: National Fire Protection Association)


2021PrepDayScreenVents.jpg

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Sample message:
"Install metal mesh screening in attic and crawl vents to reduce potential wildfire ignitions."
(Source: National Fire Protection Association)


2021PrepDayPets.jpg

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Sample message:
"Pets are part of the family. Make sure wildfire evacuation plans include your pets.
(Source: National Fire Protection Association)


2021PrepDayLawnDebris2.jpg

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Sample message:
"Dispose of debris and lawn cuttings to reduce fuel for a wildfire."
(Source: National Fire Protection Association)


2021PrepDayLawnDebris.jpg

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Sample message:
"Dispose of debris and lawn cuttings to reduce fuel for a wildfire."
(Source: National Fire Protection Association)


2021PrepDayLandscaping.jpg

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Sample message:
"Keep lawns mowed and hydrated. Dry grass and shrubs are easily ignited by wildfires."
(Source: National Fire Protection Association)


2021PrepDayWoodPiles.jpg

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Sample message:
“Firewood piles can ignite from wildfire embers and then ignite your home. Keep piles at least 30 feet away from buildings."
(Source: National Fire Protection Association)


2021PrepDayEmbers.jpg

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Sample message:
"Clear needles, leaves and other debris from roofs, gutters, porches, and decks."
(Source: National Fire Protection Association)


2021PrepDayHorses.jpg

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Sample message:
"Make a plan to have horses ready year-round for a potential wildfire evacuation."
(Source: National Fire Protection Association)


 

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