RSG Action Guide

The Ready, Set, Go! "Your Personal Wildland Fire Action Guide" for residents is a tool for department outreach and distribution at local events. This guide will provide the tips and tools you need to prepare for a wildland fire threat; have situational awareness when a fire starts; and to act early as directed by local officials.

  • Topics:
    • Wildland
    • Public Education
    • Fire Prevention
    • Fire-Adapted
    • Featured Wildland
    • Featured Fire Adapted
  • Resource Type:
    • Public education material
    • Guide/ toolkit/ template
  • Organizational Author:
    • Ready Set Go

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