Fire Prevention Awareness – What’s New?

Post 2017 and 2019 fires – what have we learned? A new acronym PSPS has become a familiar term – Public Service Power Shutoff and many Oakmonters have measures in place, such as solar batteries, generators, portable power stations. It’s never too early to be ready and take fire prevention measures. Representatives from the Santa Rosa Fire Department and PG&E will address changes and what’s in store for us as we prepare for the next fire season. Bring your questions for a lively discussion.

This will be a meeting of the Futures Club. If you want an invitation to the Zoom meeting, email futureoakmont@gmail.com.

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