Consider Landscaping with Low Flammability Plants         

by Nate Goeckner, CCCFPD Community Outreach Team Since 2001, Colorado has experienced the top 20 largest wildfires in Colorado state history. The top five most destructive wildfires in Colorado have occurred since 2012, and the Marshall fire in December 2021 demonstrated that the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) is growing and reaching communities that historically were […]

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Wildfires and Cascading Post-Wildfire Impacts

Wildfire in mountain communities can be devastating. Unfortunately, in many cases the fire is the beginning of cascading events that can include flooding, severe erosion, and debris flows. These post-wildfire impacts can pose risks to life safety, homes, infrastructure, and ecosystems. There are ways that we can be prepared for, and in some cases lessen

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CWPP: Focus Group Meetings and a Community Survey Now Available

About the CWPPThe Coal Creek Canyon Fire Protection District (CCCFPD or District) 2008 Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) is being updated this year. Much data on fire risk has already been gathered by The Ember Alliance and will be shared at a series of four Focus Group meetings to be held at the local fire

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Come to a Community Meeting to Learn About the CWPP

The Coal Creek Canyon Fire Protection District (CCCFPD or District) 2008 Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) is being updated this year. The District respectfully asks you to become involved in the process. Voicing your concerns and insights is vital to producing a CWPP that addresses the fire mitigation needs of the CCCFPD and all CCC

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What the Heck is A CWPP and Why Do I Need One?

Residents of Coal Creek Canyon (CCC), like all foothills dwellers, understand that the privilege of living inour beautiful mountains comes with the responsibility to protect our environment, lifestyle, and to helpour neighbors in times of emergency. We don’t have the municipal resources that urban dwellers takefor granted, like water, sewer, snow removal, and municipal fire

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Please find your Plan Unit and RSVP to the corresponding Focus Group Meeting:
Please find your Plan Unit and RSVP to the corresponding Focus Group Meeting:
RSVP to The June Focus Groups!! RSVP to The June Focus Groups!!
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