Rattlesnake Creek Fire Safe Councilupdated: July 2013

Mission Statement: To protect the natural resource and residential values from catastrophic fire in cooperation with private and public landowners.

Currently, the Rattlesnake Creek Fire Safe Council encompasses the Rattlesnake Creek, Tyler Gulch and Indian Creek Watersheds.

The Rattlesnake Creek Fire Safe Council was established in the fall of 2004 by a group of area landowners, both private and public, concerned about the risks of catastrophic fire.

As identified in the Fire Safe Council's Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP), the following projects are either: Proposed and Under Design; Funding has been applied for; Funded, Partially Funded, Funded and Completed:

Rattlesnake Creek Westside Community Shaded Fuel Break Project

Rattlesnake Creek Watershed Shaded Fuel Break Project, Phase II

Contact Rattlesnake Creek Fire Safe Council

Larry Alexander
P.O. Box 342
Fort Jones, California  96032
Phone: (530) 468-2888


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Siskiyou County, California

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