Sonoma County Community Wildfire Protection Plan

The Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) was defined by the Healthy Forests Restoration Act of 2003 with the intention of enhancing collaboration between stakeholders from federal, state and local agencies and community groups as they search for solutions to Wildland/Urban Interface (WUI) wildfire issues. There are three requirements for a CWPP: it is collaboratively developed with input from agencies and community members; it identifies and prioritizes treatment areas, mitigation strategies and treatments; and it recommends measures to reduce the ignitability of structures.

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2030 Town Hall Forums

The Oakmont 2030 Town Hall Forum scheduled for tomorrow, June 29, is at capacity, but we’re doing a repeat in-person Forum on July 7 at

2030 Volunteer Orientation

On June 23 about 30 community members met to learn about what will be required of volunteers helping to facilitate the upcoming 2030 Community Conversations.

2030: Sample Email

Click Here For A Printable / Downloadable Version Subject Line 1: Please Join Me on June 29 Subject Line 2: Oakmont 2030 – An Exciting