About the Fire Safe Council of San Diego County
The Fire Safe Council of San Diego County helps residents protect their families and homes from wildfire. Through our programs and services we foster fire prevention and safety throughout the county, while encouraging community involvement. Learn what you can do before, during, and after a wildfire to stay fire safe and fire wise.
Two Southern California Resource Conservation Districts Awarded $3 Million to Increase Fire Resiliency throughout the Region
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA – The Resource Conservation Districts (RCDs) of Greater San Diego County (RCDGSDC) and Inland Empire (IERCD) were each awarded $1.5 million by the California Natural Resources Agency and the Department of Conservation to improve forest health and...read more
The US Forest Service is planning a prescribed pile burn on Thursday January 31, 2019. The 20 acre burn will take place at the end of Ramona Oaks working west from 8am-5pm, weather permitting. Please contact Battalion Chiefs John Forster or Tim Gray, or Division Chief...read more
The US Forest Service (Palomar District of the Cleveland National Forest) will be conducting prescribed burns on Forest Service land in different locations across the County over the next several months. Prescribed burns will occur on land adjoining the San Diego...read more