News & Events
Please let the FSC Coordinator know if you have an event or a newsworthy item to share and it can be posted here.
Community Wildfire Protection Plan Update - Final Draft
The 2019 CWPP is the culmination of two years of collaboration among the members of the Humboldt County Fire Safe Council (HCFSC). In addition to the broad range of fire protection and prevention entities represented by the HCFSC, the CWPP update process included extensive communication and coordination with local fire departments and fire safe councils, state and federal agencies, personnel from various county departments, and the general public.
This is the third edition of the CWPP. Since 2006, the CWPP has served as the guiding document for the work of the HCFSC and has been an excellent tool for planning and securing funding for numerous projects that have helped local residents and community groups prepare for the impacts of wildfire. Keeping this plan current and actionable is more important than ever as California faces unprecedented losses of life, property, and ecological values to wildfire.
2019 Living with Wildfire Magazine
Under the guidance of the Humboldt County Fire Safe Council, the County of Humboldt, CAL FIRE, Six Rivers National Forest, Hoopa Fire Department, Yurok Tribe Wildland Fire Program, and Del Norte Fire Safe Council pooled their resources to produce the latest Living with Wildfire in Northwestern California. Please take a look and see what you can learn about being prepared for wildfire.
Humboldt County Fire Safe Council Activities
View the latest Humboldt County FSC meeting Agenda and Minutes or check the Meetings & Members page for information on upcoming meetings. Meetings are open to the public and all are welcome!
A new publication is now available from the Humboldt County Fire Safe Council. Read on...
County To Perform Air Quality and Soil Testing in Eureka This Friday And Saturday. Read on...
Humboldt County Public Works - Environmental Services is looking to the residents of Humboldt County to review the 3rd edition of the Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP). Read on...