Community Wildfire Protection Plan and Implementation Plans
In 2007 Evergreen Fire/Rescue embarked on a program called Community Wildfire Protection Plan as a means to improve our ability to identify and help protect the Evergreen community from the threat of a wildfire disaster. Often referred to as a CWPP, this plan was completely updated in 2020. The full plan is available to download on the left side of this page. The goal of the CWPP is to help EFR and the community develop a response plan to be used should a major wildfire event occur within our district.
The outcome of the CWPP is the identification of areas that have a significant wildfire risk level. Homeowner and Property Owners Associations, with assistance from EFR, have developed Community Wildfire Protection and Implementation Plans (CWPIP). The CWPIP documents that have been completed to date and have begun implementation of their mitigation goals are listed below. Draft CWPIPs are those areas that have begun their documentation process but are in the review stage by the residents of that area. Once the review period for a draft CWPIP is completed the documents are signed and placed on file for the HOA/POA to utilize as they move forward with implementation of their protection plans. Draft CWPIPs are shown below to provide these residents with an accessible place to read and review the documents before they are finalized.
Within our Community Wildfire Protection Plan (2020), twenty-six Plan Units were identified. Plan Units serve as an organization for EFR to reach into the many neighborhoods within Evergreen Fire Protection District. Plan Units have volunteer Ambassadors that help EFR communicate with the neighborhoods and plan fire mitigation projects and events. If you are interested in helping with your neighborhood's fire mitigation work and learning more about your Plan Unit please email email@example.com.