VERY HIGH Fire Danger & RED FLAG WARNING - February 25

How to keep your property safe from wildfire:





Wildfire Safety


Simple Steps to Protect Your Property

Check out the Firewise toolkit for tips on low cost and simple steps you can take to prepare and protect your property, reducing the risk of wildfire. West Metro has completed a comprehensive study of our district, rating the danger level in every neighborhood. That information is available on an interactive map. Check it out by clicking on “Risk Management Map” below. And check out West Metro's comprehensive Community Wildfire Protection Plan


Fire Adapted Communities

More people live in places where wildfire is a risk. But communities are also getting smarter at how to better adapt homes, landscapes, and other community assets to fire. Is your community fire adapted?

Get started today by using the tools available through the Fire Adapted Communities program. Visit - your link to information and resources to help you, your neighbors and your entire community reduce wildfire risk.

Ready, Set, Go!

The fire season is now a year-round reality in many areas, requiring firefighters and residents to be on heightened alert for the threat of wildfire throughout the year. Successfully preparing for a wildfire requires you to take personal responsibility for protecting yourself, your family and your property. Ready, Set, Go! gives you the tips and tools you need to prepare and be successful. 
Please use the Ready, Set, Go! Personal Wildfire Action Plan guide to prepare your own home for wildfire season.  This document is a great resource for homeowners to help save lives and property through mitigation and planning.


Have questions? Contact us at (303) 989-4307 for more information about wildfire safety


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