- Remove excess pine needles or downed tree limbs;
- Collaborate with your neighbors to develop an evacuation plan;
- Build pet evacuation kits and donate them to local animal shelters for use during disasters; and
- Help elderly neighbors put emergency contacts in their phone.
Get family and friends to vote for your project as a way to demonstrate local support for what you’re doing. Activities can be coordinated by anyone (individuals, small group, an entire neighborhood, or community-based organization) working to reduce wildfire risk and advance general wildfire preparedness, or minimize post-fire impacts from a recent wildfire.