CWPP Public Review Draft 2018

Welcome to the Public Review Draft of the Humboldt County Community Wildfire Protection Plan!

The Public Review Period is Now Closed. 

The Humboldt County Fire Safe Council (HCFSC) and local, state, and federal collaborators accepted public comments on the Public Review Draft of the Humboldt County Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) from August 17, 2018 to October 12, 2018.  The process of incorporating feedback and completing the final CWPP is now underway. If you are interested in tracking that process, visit the Final Draft Plan web page, where components of the final draft will be posted as they are ready. 

Note: Part 4 – Planning Unit Action Plans was on a different review schedule with rolling deadlines depending on the area of the county. The public comment period for Part 4 is now closed as well.

Thanks so much to all of those who provided feedback during public review. 

Questions? Call or email Cybelle at (707) 267-9542. 

We thank you for your assistance and contributions to this CWPP Update!

Planning Team: Cybelle Immitt, Tracy Katelman, Julia Cavalli, Soledad Diaz, and Kathy Glass.

Timeline

  • Part 4 unit action plans will be posted as ready with an associated three week public review period. Let us know if you would like to be noticed when your area's plan is posted. 
  • Public comments will be incorporated as applicable.
  • Final draft portions of the CWPP are scheduled to be reviewed by the HCFSC at its January 2019 meeting. 
  • When the final draft CWPP is complete it will be sent for review and signing to the four key signatories: County of Humboldt Board of Supervisors, Humboldt County Fire Chiefs’ Association, CAL FIRE, and the HCFSC.
  • The updated CWPP should be completed and ready to implement by early 2019. 

Part 4 – Planning Unit Action Plans

The Planning Unit Action Plans (PUAPs) are the individual, detailed plans for each of the 14 planning units. Each includes a brief introduction to the planning area, discusses its wildfire environment, community preparedness, wildfire protection capabilities, and evacuation issues and options, concluding with a list of priority proposed actions. The PUAPs are still in progress and will be posted as they are ready with their own deadline for review. 

Not sure which one is your planning unit? Take a look at the Fire Planning Units map.

4.0   Introduction (PDF)

4.1   OrickRedwood Park Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.2   Upper Yurok Reservation Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.3   Mid Klamath Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.4   Hoopa Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.5   Trinidad Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.6   Redwood Creek Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.7   Willow Creek Area Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.8   Humboldt Bay Area Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.9   Kneeland–Maple Creek Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.10   Eel Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.11   Mad–Van Duzen Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.12   Mattole–Lost Coast Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.13   Southern Humboldt Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)

4.14   Avenue of the Giants Planning Unit (The public comment period is now closed. Thank you for your thoughtful feedback.)