When it comes to wildfire, we are all in this together. Every one of us needs to do our part to reduce our risks and look out for one another in the case of an emergency. We are fortunate to live in a vibrant community of engaged residents who care about the environment and appreciate our natural surroundings. This comes with a responsibility to be good stewards of our landscape and to look out for the wellbeing of the entire community. Eastern Madera County Fire Safe Council joins with community partners to help all of our residents adapt to wildfire.
The mission of the Coarsegold Resource Conservation District is to promote, protect, and improve the diverse natural resources of Eastern Madera County. CRCD is your contact for EMC Firewise Community program.
The Red Cross is here for you. Please call us 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) - 24 hours a day.
The Department of Forestry and Fire Protection serves and safeguards the people and protects the property and resources of California.
Yosemite/Sequoia RC&D Council is a 4 county non-profit organization serving Fresno, Madera, Mariposa, and Tulare Counties. The mission of the Yosemite/Sequoia RC&D is to promote the quality and aesthetic values of our cultural, environmental, and recreational resources by improving the quality of life through diverse sustainable economic development
The Sheriff’s Office is responsible for public protection and investigating crimes occurring within the unincorporated areas of Madera County. The Sheriff serves as Chief Law Enforcement Officer overseeing the four divisions of the Sheriff’s Office: Patrol, Investigations, Special Operations, and Professional Standards.
In addition to initial and extended attack of wildland fires, this includes planning, fuels management, prescribed burning, prevention, suppression, and using state-of-art tools and technology in dynamic and changing environments.
Bass Lake Ranger District
57003 Road 225
North Fork, CA 93643
(559) 877-2218 ext.0
If you suspect a hazardous situation is present due to trees or branches in close proximity to power lines, please contact us at 1-800-743-5000. We will report the issue to our Vegetation Management team to investigate.
For assistance with animal evacuation or shelter-in-place animal care, call/text (preferably) to 866-333-EVAC (333-3822). See instructions below if you live in Fresno or Madera Counties>https://ccadt.org/
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