Currently, work is continuing using funding from the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) grant. This funding is used to maintain existing fuel breaks and to expand existing fuel breaks.
The Amador Fire Safe Council recently received funding from PG&E to: reduced hazardous fuels adjacent to roads (create fuel breaks), improve or create key evacuation corridors, improve access for firefighting equipment, and protect PG&E assets. The project will focus on road edge clearing to create a fuel break and improve ingress and egress.
AFSC Request for Proposal
Fuels Treatment Project
The AFSC received funding from PG&E to complete Ingress-Egress and Fuel Break fuels treatment. The first two projects to be completed with this funding are currently looking for a fuels reduction contractor.
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Project Title: 2018 Ingress-Egress/Fuel Break - Dusty Way & Meadow Lark"
Proposals must be received by June 11, 2018
Pre-bid tour will be held on June 4th 2018 - contact AFSC to RSVP
All work for the project much be completed prior to Oct. 31st 2018.
Proposals must be submitted electronically – via email - to: Amanda Watson, Amador Fire Safe Council Email Address: email@example.com
Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) Project
Pine Acres NORTH Fuel Break Planning
AFSC is currently in the planning stages of the Mitchell Mine Fuel Break. As part of the “Amador Fuels Reduction and Living in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI)” project the AFSC is currently preforming necessary environmental review of the Fuel Break plans. Once environmental compliance is completed the AFSC will have the ability to move forward with the project once funds to complete the groundwork are identified.
If you own property near the proposed Pine Acres North Fuel Break you should have received a letter from the Amador Fire Safe Council in the mail. This letter describes the project and asks landowners to return a sign Right of Entry (ROE), this will allow our Registered Professional Forester (RPF) to come on your property and determined if there are any environmental of cultural sensitive areas that we need to be aware of during the project implementation phase. If you live in this area, click the link below for a fillable version of the ROE and return to the address below as soon as possible.
PINE ACRES NORTH FUEL BREAK RIGHT OF ENTRY
Fillable Word Document Version
Pine Acres SOUTH Fuel Break Implementation
Roadside Fuels Reduction Work
This project also has a roadside fuels reduction/ingress & egress component. We are working along several roads in Amador County. If your road has been identified you can fill out and return the Right of Entry (ROE) found below. If you are interested in having your road considered for this project contact Amanda Watson (209) 309-2187 or AmadorFireSafe@gmail.com
WUI 2018 Ingress/Egress RIGHT OF ENTRY
Fillable Word Document Version
2017 PG&E Ingress & Egress Project
The AFSC recently received funding from PG&E to: reduced hazardous fuels adjacent to roads (create fuel breaks), improve or create key evacuation corridors, improve access for firefighting equipment, and protect PG&E assets. The project was completed at the end of 2018. A total of 5 roads, approximately 13.5 acres along 3 miles, were treated.