Community Education Seminars
Living With Fire in Marin
Living With Fire is a wildfire preparedness education program developed by FIRESafe MARIN in conjunction with the Marin County Fire Chiefs Association, Marin County Fire Prevention Officers Association, and wildfire and home hardening experts.
Are you interested in attending one a "Living WIth Fire" community education seminar? Follow the link below to locate a seminar and register today!
Education Tools & Print Materials
FIRESafe MARIN offers a range of fire safe education tools for individuals, business or local Fire Safe councils to raise awareness of the need to prepare for wildfires.
The California Fire Safe Council, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, and other organizations have developed several educational brochures that homeowners may use to help protect themselves from damaging wildfires. The brochures are free to the public and may be downloaded and distributed. However, any additions, deletions or changes to the brochures' content and information must be approved by the Fire Safe Council, California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and other author organizations.
Homeowner's Guide to Wildfire Preparedness in Marin County
Print copies are available at most neighborhood fire stations in Marin county.
Living WIth Fire in Marin County, CA
Download a PDF copy of our in-depth guide to "Living With Fire in Marin County, CA." This 55 page booklet was created with a grant form CAL FIRE in 2019, and was mailed to 55,000 high-risk WUI addresses in Marin. Print copies are available to attendees of our popular "Living With Fire" education seminars.
Wildfire Evacuation Preparedness
Information, Procedures, and Evacuation Drill Tips While defensible space and home-hardening should be the first step in preparedness, this presentation will guide you through the 7 key areas to focus on to be ready before fire threatens your home.
Tips to Coordinate an Evacuation Drill will walk you through how to practice your evacuation steps. FIRESafe MARIN recommends practicing this on your own first, and include any and all housemates/family members. Our goal is to have you in the car (just choose one - we recommend the vehicle with the most capacity and highest clearance), ready to go within 15 minutes of receiving an evacuation order. Practice in the months leading up to fire season.