What is a Firewise Community?
Firewise is a national program to strategically reduce the risk of wildfires in your neighborhood. Amador County alone has $2 million in funds to help pay for the cost of mitigating fires which will protect your home.
Fiddletown has 8 sectors identified for reducing fire risk AND to be eligible for funds for each one of those sectors separately. See Fiddletown Area FWC Sectors Map.
The following are the Leads for each sector. You may be asked to participate in your sector, and we hope you will consider pitching in to complete this certification process.
Amador Fire Safe Council Meetings
Find out more about what the Amador Fire Safe Council is doing to help citizens prepare to meet emergency events and ongoing land clearing projects.
AFSC Board Meetings take place every 3rd Wednesday of the month. These meetings are open to the public. The AFSC encourages the community to attend, ask questions and get involved.
Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Volcano Communications Tech Center – 19888 Church St, Pine Grove (behind Pine Grove Park)