As terrifying as it is to think about the fact is that this is the most serious fire season in decades. While the members and associates of the Rim Fire Safe Council can’t stop a fire from igniting they can give residents as much information as possible so they can help themselves in an emergency. This important community event will be held at the Robert Hootman Senior/Community Center on Running Springs School Road (next to Charles Hoffman Elementary School).
Do not miss the Wednesday, July 10 community meeting at 6:30 p.m. to hear how to keep your family and property safe during this dangerous fire season.
Agencies that will participate in this forum will include the Running Springs, Arrowbear Lake, CalFire, the U.S. Forest Service and San Bernardino County Fire departments and other partners will share the history of fires in “our” mountains and what they are doing to prepare and the details of the current perilous conditions.
After the program be sure and stay to learn how you can do a better job protecting your family, home and property from the wildland fires that threaten our community and most importantly, what to do when wildfires strike “our” area.
Call 866-923=-FIRE or visit http://www.MountainRimFSC.org for more information. Watch for future meeting dates in other communities.
Wildfires in our mountains……………………it’s not “if” it’s “When.” Are you ready?