Jefferson Co. CWPP
Jefferson County Community Wildfire Protection Plan
The Jefferson County Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) is a county-wide, strategic assessment of the risks, hazards, mitigation and prevent opportunities associated with wildfire in our communities. This CWPP contains 19 communities and covers a total of 1.14 million acres.
- 6 Steps to Wildfire Protection is a brochure, developed by the Oregon Department of Forestry, that outlines 6 steps that Jefferson County residents can take to protect property from wildfire. Additionally, the brochure provides an explanation of the Oregon Forestland-Urban Interface Fire Protection Act (SB 360). Click on the link to download the document.
- Living with Wildfire is a booklet specifically developed for Jefferson County residents to prepare for a catastrophic fire, including information on how to protect yourself, your family and your home.
- Jefferson County Fire Free facebook page has up to date information for Jefferson County residents.
- The Living with Wildfire website is a collaboration that utilizes FireWise principles and the Ready Set Go program to improve the dialogue between Fire Departments and the residents they serve. It is a project of Lake Chinook Fire & Rescue, Crooked River Ranch Fire District, Jefferson County Fire District #1, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department, the Bureau of Land Management, Oregon Department of Forestry, U.S. Forest Service, and COIC.
2016 CWPP Maps
2011 CWPP Maps
For more information contact:
Katrina Van Dis, Program Administrator