Fire plans (county)


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Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPPs) are developed for counties, sub-county areas, and local communities under the statutory guidance and incentives of the Healthy Forests Restoration Act of 2003 (PL 108-148), as well as other Oregon and federal laws. Several federal assistance programs for wildfire risk reduction and mitigation require CWPPs as a prerequisite for funding. CWPPs are collaborative efforts of local, state and federal agencies, along with groups representing diverse community knowledge and interests. They normally include a summary of the planning process, a community profile, a wildfire risk assessment, emergency management information, a mitigation action plan, and a plan for monitoring and evaluation.

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Recent Submissions

  • Northwest Management, Inc.; Benton County (Or.) (Benton County (Or.), 2009)
  • Klamath County (Or.); Bly Rural Fire Protection District (January 31, 2006)
  • Project Wildfire; Oregon. Dept. of Forestry; La Pine Rural Fire Protection District; Deschutes County (Or.); Lighthall, Kate (Deschutes County (Or.), December 13, 2005)
  • Jackson County (Or.); Siskiyou County (Ca.); Colestin Rural Fire Protection District; Hilt Volunteer Fire Company (Jackson County (Or.), May 20, 2005)
  • Washington County (Or.); Washington County Fire Defense Board; Northwest Management, Inc. (Washington County (Or.), August 6, 2007)