Deer Springs Fire Safe Council
Serving Residents in the communities of North Broadway, Jesmond Dene, Hidden Meadows, Rimrock, Champagne Village, Welk Resort and
in San Diego's Inland North County
A 501(c)(3) Community Service Organization
Local Wildfire Danger: VERY HIGH. Please use caution in outdoor activities.
Fire Safety News is Now Digital!
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above. You will receive it by email as soon as it is released. The second way is to click the Fire Safety News link above. This
will allow you to view the current issue as well as past issues should you not wish to subscribe.
The Deer Springs Fire Safe Council continues to depend on your donations to fund its educational and public service projects.
Please help us continue our mission to help make our homes and neighborhoods fire safe. A PayPal donation button may be found above
for your convenience.If you would rather donate by check, our address may be found HERE.
The DSFSC working with residents
and the Deer Springs Fire District have already made a positive impact on fire safety in our community. Please help us continue in
DSFSC Receives California State Honor
The Deer Springs Fire Safe Council has been honored with a prestigious CAL FIRE
Annual Recognition Award for 2014 for its service to firefighters, the Deer Springs Fire Protection District and San Diego County.
The award was accepted by Craig Cook, president of the Deer Springs Fire Safe Council, at CAL FIRE's San Diego Unit headquarters
in El Cajon on Feb. 12. The council is one of three Partnership Award recipients for 2014, and it is one of only two fire safe
councils to ever receive this honor.
YOU CUT IT, WE WILL CHIP IT
The state of California has granted the council funds to help reduce the wildfire threat by chipping cleared
vegetation throughout the district. It has never been more important that you clear and maintain your defensible space around your
home. We will make it easier for you.
Get details HERE in the May 2015 Fire Safety News. Guidelines and homeowner requirements
may be found HERE.
Smell smoke? See smoke? Wonder what is going on? If there is an incident in the Deer Springs Fire District
or smoke from a fire elsewhere will impact our area the Information Hotline will be updated with the latest available information.
Click on the "Information Hotline" button at the left for more information.