CWPP Leader's Guide
This is a guide to help develop and implement a Community Wildfire Protection Plan in communities and across the country. It has a local community level approach to include code, development review, ordinances and local authority, and is used by leaders in the Fire Service, including SMEs and local, state, and federal officials. With the guidance of this guide, leaders in the Fire Service will be able take the steps to create a CWPP that addresses community risk of wildfire with respect to other resource values.
  • Topics:
    • Wildland
    • Policy
    • Fire-Adapted
  • Resource Type:
    • Field operating guide
    • Reference
    • Guide/ toolkit/ template
  • Organizational Author:
    • Wildland Fire Policy Committee

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