Dear Neighbors, There's so much going on with fire safety this month! Check out this great success story about how neighbors on Rocky Ridge Road (off Oak Hill) worked together to clear an overgrown road.
The free chipping program sponsored by the El Dorado County Fire Safe Council is BACK! You can get up to 6 hours of free chipping per year. The chipper is massive. That's a whole lot of chipping. The chips can be hauled away or left for your use. Please check out our website then follow thelink to the guidelines on EDCFSC's website.
Some of you may recall that at the May community meeting there were samples ofbuilding materials that can help increase your home’s resistance to embers in the case ofa wildfire...
Rebecca Darish from PG&E spoke at our last community meeting about upcoming PG&E work. You can contact PG&E directly at (800) 743-8000. or the OHAFSC chairperson with questions.