Smokey Bear: Please click here for contact information to request Smokey Bear to appear at a function or event.
Home Fire Safety and Defensible Space: There are many things homeowners can and should do to prepare and protect their homes to survive a wildfire. Creating defensible space, managing vegetation and landscaping, using fire resistant construction materials, and properly storing firewood and other combustible materials are all important things homeowners can do to reduce the risk from wildfire. Contact your local fire protection district or department to schedule a defensible space inspection.
One Less Spark – One Less Wildfire: Reducing the amount of sparks that are emitted into the environment greatly decreases the chance that a wildfire will occur and damage property, the environment, or even take the lives of firefighters or citizens. Click on the following items to learn more about:
- being prepared for a wildfire
- reducing unwanted sparks by using equipment safely
- burning landscape debris
- using open camp fires
- safely operating vehicles.
Click on any of the links below to get more information about preparing your home for wildfire.
Community Wildfire Protection Plans (CWPP): As a result of the Healthy Forests Restoration Act in 2003 communities within the wildland urban interface were given incentive to engage in comprehensive forest planning and prioritization by creating community wildfire protection plans. These plans address issues such as wildfire response, hazard mitigation, community preparedness, and structure protection.
Sponsored by the Nevada Division of Forestry, the Bureau of Land Management, and the U.S. Forest Service, the Nevada Fire Safe Council contracted with Resource Concepts, Inc. to assess and create Community Wildfire Protection Plans for 250 communities in Nevada. Click here for each county plan.