Our Vision
Our Mission
Our Focus
Fire Safe Councils

Current Events

2015 Meadow Vista Scotch Broom Challenge.
Click here to see the current flyer and signup process

CWPP Project List Update
The Placer County Fire Safe Alliance and participating agencies are working on the annual update of their CWPP project lists. The new list of projects will be added to the CWPP by the end of March


Placer County CWPP
(Full Version 200mb)

Placer County CWPP
(Compressed Version 19mb)

The compressed version of the 2013 CWPP has had some non-essential graphics and pictures removed. Placer County is in the process of printing and distributing copies of the document and the individual Fire Safe Council sections to the FSC's. Please check with your local FSC after May 15th for copies or additional information.

Lake Tahoe CWPP
Northstar Fire Department CWPP

Placer County Biomass Strategic Plan

The vision of the Place County Fire Safe Alliance is to have informed, educated, and fire defensible communities that will enhance life, property, and natural resource protection through a collaborative approach in a fire prone environment.

The Placer County Fire Safe Alliance provides community assistance, information and educational programs in an effort to reduce the risks of wildfire danger to life and property in our county.

Our mission is to minimize catastrophic wildfire loses to values at risk such as life, property, and natural resources, in the following ways:

  • To inform and educate the pubic on fire safe communities, fire risk and fire hazard mitigation.

  • To aid, assist, and participate in fire mitigation planning efforts.

  • To prioritize and secure funding for coordinated fire safe projects and activities.

  • To monitor and review fire safe activities to ensure alliance goals are met.

Our focus is on the wildland-urban intermix, fuel load reduction/healthy forest ecosystem, and fire safe communities.

While long term forest health and catastrophic wildland fires are of critical concern, we also recognize the need to maintain the area’s economic stability, level of public safety and services.

Alliance stakeholders include public agencies representing federal, state and local resource management, local Fire Districts, community Fire Safe Councils, and private industry representatives. All members of the Alliance work to improve public safety, preparedness, security and community vitality in our region.