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Mitigation is the component of the emergency management frame work that occurs through ongoing activities and practices designed to avoid or minimize the impacts of a disaster.
Reduce the risk of your home being damaged by wildfire by removing hazards around your house and property. Our FireSmart program will show you how!
The Community Wildfire Protection Plan Program (CWPP) assists local governments in identifying the risks of wildfire to their community as well as opportunities to reduce those risks. The purpose of a CWPP is to identify the wildfire risks within and surrounding a community, to describe the potential consequences if a wildfire was to impact the community, and to examine possible ways to reduce the wildfire risk.
WILDFIRE RISK REDUCTION
Partners working together to reduce the impact of wildfire in our communities
BC Wildfire Service maintains an up to date map of all wildfires burning in British Columbia.
See where fires are burning by visiting the map.
Garrett Fishlock 250-352-1539 GFishlock@rdck.bc.ca
Wildfire Mitigation Program Supervisor:
Joel Hamilton 250-352-8177 email@example.com
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