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Free wildfire assessment

Your neighborhood association is collaborating with the Neighborhood Leaders Council’s Eugene Wildfire Preparedness Coalition and the Oregon Department of Forestry to identify properties that are in need of tree pruning and invasive plant removal to lower the risk of wildfire in the South Hills.

If you would like a FREE fire risk property assessment and future fuel reduction, please click on this link and fill out the form.

We will be contacting you to talk about wildfire risks and what we can do to become more resilient. For more information, email

Learn how Oregon communities are preparing for urban wildfire

The Eugene Wildfire Preparedness Coalition will present the Zoom webinar “Community Engagement for Urban Wildfire Resilience” on Weds. Feb. 24 at 6:00 p.m.

Hear latest strategies for neighborhood and community resilience from two Oregon advocates:

  • Katie Gibble, Fire Adapted Communities Coordinator, Ashland Fire & Rescue
  • Amanda Rau, Assistant Professor of Practice – Willamette Valley/Cascades Regional Fire Specialist, OSU Extension

Click this link to register:

For more information, email

‘Lessons of the Wildfire Season’ Feb. 4, 6 p.m.

The Eugene Wildfire Preparedness Coalition is presenting the “Lessons of the Wildfire Season” PowerPoint presentation. Wildfire is the new normal and one of the greatest threats to our rural and urban communities. We need to take the lessons from the Holiday Farm Fire and the 2020 Wildfire Season and prepare our community for the future.

Come watch and participate in the presentation to understand how wind-driven wildfires operate, how we can prepare our neighborhoods and prevent wildfire from entering our communities.

The event will be Thursday February 4 at 6:00 pm.
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