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Kent Woodlands Evacuation Route Clearance Begins September 2019

FIRESafe MARIN

Kentfield Fire Protection District has identified high hazard areas in the Kent Woodlands where improvements can be made to reduce the amount of hazardous vegetation located along PRIMARY and SECONDARY EVACUATION ROUTES. Many properties located on and around the Kent Woodlands were found to be non-compliant with fire code requirements for roadside vegetation clearance.

Kentfield Fire Protection District has partnered with FIRESafe MARIN and CAL FIRE to provide funding for the initial clearing of vegetation located along 8.73 miles of roadways, with a project budget of $130,991. Funding for this project is provided through a cooperative Fire Prevention Grant by CAL FIRE and California's Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund. During the months of September and October, 2019, for a period of 4-6 weeks, personnel from the Fire District and FIRESafe MARIN will be working with private contractors to begin the clearing of vegetation along the roadways.  Read below to learn more about this important program:

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Are you Ready for Wildfire?  Fire season is peaking in Marin.  As summer turns to fall, the threat of wildfire looms. Prepare your home, family and yourself – together we will be ready!   The time is now to create and maintain your Defensible Space.  Visit www.firesafemarin.org to learn more.

Annual Hazard Inspections

In May 2019, a team of Fire Inspectors from Kentfield Fire Protection District began annual wildfire hazard inspections of all parcels in the Kent Woodlands, and other WUI parcels in Kentfield. These wildfire hazard inspections will be more thorough than in years past and will provide homeowners with valuable written input on specific ways to reduce the hazard near your home. Data collected will help us map and better understand wildfire risk across the whole community. Some parcels, especially those near open space, may receive an even more thorough inspection, and all homeowners will have an opportunity for dialogue with wildfire experts.  Learn more...

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District News

10 September 2019
Kent Woodlands Evacuation Route Clearance Begins September 2019Kentfield Fire Protection District has identified high hazard areas in the Kent Woodlands where improvements can be made to reduce the amount of hazardous vegetation located along PR...
01 May 2019
Kentfield Fire Protection District, KWPOA, and FIRESafe MARIN will host an evacuation presentation and notification system "drill" for all Kent Woodlands residents May 30, 2019 at the Bacich community center from 7PM-9PM.  Be sure to register fo...
30 April 2019
Are You Ready for Wildfire?All Kentfield residents should receive a Wildfire Hazard pamphlet in the mail this week. Use the tips on the inside of this pamphlet to reduce flammable vegetation and other hazards on your property. Use fire resistant plan...
14 November 2017
November 2, 2017                     Kentfield and Greenbrae Residents:We have all been witness to the devastation experienced over the past two weeks in Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Mendocino, and Lake...

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