The mission of the CVCFSC is to reduce the threat of wild fire to farms, ranches, urban neighborhoods and infrastructure through an aggressive program of action, education and collaboration with local, state, and federal fire protection agencies.

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Welcome to the Central Ventura County Fire Safe Council website.  We are a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing the threat of wildfire to farms, ranches, urban neighborhoods and infrastructure through partnership with the community.  This includes community outreach, educational programs, and collaborations with local, state, and federal fire protection agencies.


Established in 2010, The CVCFSC serves as a valuable resource to reduce the threat of wildfire to the community.  


Wildfires are now a year-round reality in southern California.  Fueled by build-ups of dry vegetation and driven by hot, dry winds, they are extremely dangerous and can be almost impossible to control.   



Fire Safety Awareness Course for Hired Vendors 
No more courses will be offered in 2017.  The 2018 schedule of classes will be available by the end of August.  Please check back for dates.   Thank you.  








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Chipper Days- In March 2015, The Central Ventura County Fire Safe Council (CVCFSC) received a $22,186. grant from The Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) to fund 10 Chipper Day projects throughout Ventura County.  The CVCFSC is busy planning the projects that are designed to assist neighborhoods in clearing brush on their property.

Check back for 2017 Chipper Days.













  





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2014 ANNUAL REPORT

Our annual report for the past year can be accessed here.


Active Fire Info
Images From Ventura County Fires