Life-protecting wildfire fuel reduction grants are awarded based on a point system that includes consideration of whether an area has a completed community wildfire protection plan. With a completed plan, grant applicants are at an advantage when applying for these highly competitive grants.
Please communicate with your representative on the Monterey County Board of Supervisors and thank him or her for voting to sign the MCCWPP and for their continuing support. Their contact information is at http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/cob/supervisor.htm.
The final MCCWPP and its attachments, in its entirety, including March 1, 2016 updates, can be downloaded by clicking on this link (file size is 14 MB, so it's best to right-click on link and save to your hard drive, then view it).
Free Adobe Reader software is required to read the MCCWPP, which you can download here.
The Directors of the Fire Safe Council For Monterey County wish to thank everyone who contributed to completion of the MCCWPP. The final document represents the voices of many interested parties within and outside of Monterey County. Without the cooperation of all involved, the MCCWPP would not have been possible.
Your support today may prevent wildfire tomorrow!
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