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Grand County Wildfire Council

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions in Effect as of July 15, 2016 at 1:25pm

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2016 Community Chipping Services Program


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Click on one of the links below to purchase yours today:

Grand County Road (GCR) Number Sign – $30

I’d like one!

The Grand County Road number is horizontal and your house number is vertical. The 6×18″ sign should be mounted on an 8′ T-post (from the hardware store) with two u-bolts (included) at the end of your driveway. Click HERE for more information on installing your sign.

County Road sign example


 

House Number Sign – $20

I’d like one!

House number sign (vertical)

You can choose either a vertical or horizontal orientation. This 4×12″ sign is for mounting on your home if you live in town limits.

House number sign (horizontal)


Download your free 2016 Grand County Wildland Fire Action Guide here!

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Ready – Take personal responsibility and prepare long before the threat of a wildfire so your home is ready in case of a fire. Create defensible space (Be Firewise!) by clearing brush and debris away from your home.  Clean your gutters and roof- remove leaves and pine needles. Use fire-resistant landscaping and harden your home with fire-safe construction measures.  Move combustibles like firewood away from your home. Assemble emergency supplies and belongings in a safe spot.  Make sure all people residing within the home are on the same page, plan escape routes. Create a family emergency communication plan or neighborhood phone tree. Call your insurance agent to ensure that your policy is up to date. Create a home inventory including all of the contents of your home.

Set – Act immediately!  If you receive an emergency notification from the Grand County Dispatch Center or CodeRED to evacuate- pack your vehicle with your emergency items.  Be situationally aware- stay abreast of the latest news, both reported on news crews and from your local government officials (www.gcemergency.com). Look for updated information on the fire on www.inciweb.org.

Go – Leave early!  Following your Action Plan makes you prepared at this step of the process. Close windows and doors. Leave a note on your door letting first responders know that you have evacuated. Firefighters are now able to best fight the wildfire, knowing that you and your family are safely out of harm’s way.

 Don’t let the first time you educate yourself on wildland fire be in the aftermath,

join with us and be a part of the wildland fire solution today!


The Grand County Wildfire Council recommends the Surviving Wildfire Handbook by Linda Masterson

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The Grand County Wildfire Council would like to thank the University of Nevada Cooperative and

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This website made possible with a grant from The Grand Foundation

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Sponsored by the Grand County Firefighters Association

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