Fire Safe Councils

Graphic: Fire Safe Council logo

These are community organizations formed to assist residents of the community by making their homes, neighborhoods, and communities fire safe. Fire Safe Councils enlist community participation in wildfire prevention and offer a range of education tools to raise awareness of the need to prepare for wildfire.

 Fire Safe Councils are located in numerous communities adjacent to the San Bernardino National Forest, including Lytle Creek, Crest Forest, Green Valley, Lake Arrowhead, Running Springs, Oak Glen, and Idyllwild. The Forest Service works closely with local Fire Safe Councils to reduce fire hazards.

To find out more about participating in your local fire safe council, or to find out how to form a new fire Safe Council check the following website: The Fire Safe Council

Fire Safe Councils in your area


Angelus Oaks Fire Safe Council

Arrowhead Communities Fire Safe Council

Big Bear Valley Fire Safe Council

Lytle Creek Fire Safe Council

Millcreek Canyon Fire Safe Council

Mountain Communities Fire Safe Council (San Jacinto Mountains)

Mountain Rim Fire Safe Council  (Green Valley through Crestline)

Oak Glen Fire Safe Council

Rancho Cucamonga Fire Safe Council

Wrightwood Fire Safe Council





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