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Fire Safe Big Bear Council Community Information Meeting

Updated: May 23



Press Release

Fire Safe Big Bear Council Community Information Meeting

Date: May 23, 2024

Time: 6 PM - 8 PM

Location: Hofert Hall (39707 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315)

No RSVP required.

The Fire Safe Big Bear Council is hosting a Community Information Meeting to educate residents and second homeowners about fire safety and prevention. This initiative aims to get the Big Bear Fire Safe Council off the ground, providing a platform for community engagement and awareness.

Attending Organizations:

- Big Bear Fire Department

- US Forest Service

- CAL Fire

- San Bernardino Fire

- Mountain RIM Fire Safe Council

- Inland Empire Fire Insurance Council

- Inland Empire Resource Conservation District (IERCD)

- California FAIR Plan Insurance

The event will be hosted by Patrice Duncan, President of the Sugarloaf Home Owner’s Association.

Meeting Agenda:

- How various organizations can help with fire insurance parameters.

- Understanding Defensible Space.

- The role and activities of the Fire Safe Council.

Patrice Duncan emphasized the importance of community involvement:

“I think it is important for residents and second home owners to show up and educate themselves about fire safety and fire prevention in our community.”

About the Fire Safe Big Bear Council:

This website [https://www.bbvfsc.org](https://www.bbvfsc.org) has been created to provide a variety of useful information that you may need to know if you notice a fire anywhere, especially those that could be classed as a danger to health or life-threatening. Forest fires are a real hazard, and early detection and swift action are the best ways to deal with them. The authorities can only do so much with their limited resources, and they are grateful for any help that observant members of the public can provide. If you spot a fire, especially one off the beaten track, contact one of the emergency numbers listed on this site or call 911 immediately.

By mobilizing the community members who stand to lose the most, Fire Safe Councils create a powerful group initiative that can:

- Minimize risks to life, homes, and natural and human-made resources.

- Increase the insurability of property by increasing community safety.

- Forge strong partnerships with first responders.

- Acquire resources that can assist in fire prevention efforts.

Join us on May 23, 2024, from 6 PM to 8 PM to learn more and contribute to making Big Bear a safer place. Come prepared with your questions and help us build a fire-resilient community.

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