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

2016 CWPP Maps

Annual Reviews

2011 CWPP

2011 CWPP Maps

For more information contact:

Katrina Van Dis, Program Administrator