Last modified on Jan 21, 2018

Orange Fire Plan

The goal of the Wildland Fire Management Plan is to reduce total government costs and citizen losses from wildland fire in Orange County. To accomplish this the OCFA must develop a process to address such factors as firefighter and public safety, wildland urban interface issues, prescribed fire, suppression, preparedness, protection priorities and cooperation. Throughout the process the plan must continually consider and incorporate the cooperative interdependent relationships of wildland fire protection providers, provide for public stakeholder involvement, and create a fiscal framework for policy analysis.
The Wildland Fire Management Plan defines and assesses four (4) components. They are (1) Weather, (2) Assets at Risk from wildland fire, (3) Fuels and (4) Level of Service. These assessments will aid in developing and monitoring long term changes of the wildland fire protection currently being provided.

Fire Plan Documents

Orange County Strategic Fire Plan 2017 Size
(117.7M PDF)

Contact Information

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