Mission Statement

"The mission of EI Dorado County Fire Safe Council is to protect the people of EI Dorado County and their property from the effects of catastrophic wildfire through education, cooperation, innovation and action."

RFP FOR TREE REMOVAL AND CHIPPING SERVICES IN THE COMMUNITY OF GRIZZLY FLATS

Release Date: January 2, 2018 Closing Date: February 2, 2018 Grant funding has been obtained to perform hazardous tree mortality felling and chipping of tops and limbs on approximately 28 parcels within Grizzly Flats Fire Safe Council Sphere of Influence.  Many of the trees are large diameter and close to homes, utilities, and structures.  The

SEEKING PROPOSALS TO PROVIDE CHIPPING

Release Date: November 13, 2017, Bidders meeting: 10:00am, December 4, 2017 Rescue Fire Protection District Station 83, 5221 Deer Valley Road, Rescue, CA 95672 Closing Date: December 14, 2017 Grant funding has been obtained from the United States Forest Service through the Grants Clearing House of the California State Fire Safe Council. The purpose of

SEEKING BIDS FOR FUEL REDUCTION PROJECTS

THE EL DORADO COUNTY FIRE SAFE COUNCIL IS SEEKING PROPOSALS FROM QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS TO PROVIDE:  FUEL REDUCTION, MASTICATION, CHAINSAW AND CHIPPING OR PILE BURNING SERVICES IN THE LOGTOWN AREA EAST OF STATE HIGHWAY 49 Logtown East Side Fuel Break (LT10) 16-SFA-56063) and Logtown East Side Fuel Break (LT 10) Monitor section (sra 5gs15144) Release Date:

RFP FOR ROYAL EQUESTRIAN ESTATES WEST SIDE FUEL REDUCTION PROJECTS, REE 1

The El Dorado County Fire Safe Council (EDCFSC) has received grant funding from the CALFIRE under the State Responsibility Area Fire Prevention fund (SRAFPF) program.  The purpose of this grant is to plan and perform strategic fuels reduction to reduce the threat of catastrophic wildland fire within the vicinity of South Shingle Springs, California. The

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR CONTRACTED SERVICES TO THE EL DORADO COUNTY FIRE SAFE COUNCIL

The El Dorado County Fire Safe Council (EDCFSC) has received grant funding from the CALFIRE under the State Responsibility Area Fire Prevention fund (SRAFPF) program. The purpose of this grant is to plan and perform strategic fuels reduction to reduce the threat of catastrophic wildland fire within the vicinity of Sly Park, California. The EDCFSC

EDCRCD Is Seeking Services of a Certified Archaeologist and Registered Professional Forester for a Fuels Reduction Project

The El Dorado County Resource Conservation District is seeking proposals for services of a Registered Professional Forester and a Certified Archaeologist for the “New York Creek Fuel Load Reduction Project”.  Proposals mus be received by April 28, 2017 by 4:00 p.m.  Click to download the complete RFP for the Certified Archaeologist or to download a

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

EL DORADO COUNTY FIRE SAFE COUNCIL IS SEEKING PROPOSALS FROM QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS TO PROVIDE:  FUEL REDUCTION, MASTICATION, CHANISAW AND CHIPPING SERVICES ALONG A PORTION OF STARKS GRADE ROAD WEST OF SLY PARK ROAD Release Date: March 16, 2017, Required Site visit: March 28, 2017, 0900 at the intersection of Starks Grade and Sly Park Road

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR CHIPPING CONTRACTOR

EL DORADO COUNTY FIRE SAFE COUNCIL IS SEEKING PROPOSALS FROM QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS TO PROVIDE ROADSIDE CHIPPING SERVICES ON THE WESTERN SLOPE OF THE COUNTY Release Date: 09/14/2016,       Closing Date: 10/07/2016 Grant funding has been obtained to perform roadside chipping on the west slope of El Dorado County. The Councils are seeking qualified contractors to perform

Request for Proposal

INTRODUCTION The El Dorado County Fire Safe Council (FSC) has received grant funding from CALFIRE under the State Responsibility Area Fire Prevention Fund (SRAFPF) program.  The purpose of this grant is to plan and perform strategic fuels reduction to reduce the threat of catastrophic wildland fire within the vicinity of Sly Park, California.

Request for Proposal for EDC Residential Chipping Program

EL DORADO COUNTY FIRE SAFE COUNCIL IS SEEKING PROPOSALS FROM QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS TO IMPLEMENT THE 2015/2017 RESIDENTIAL CHIPPING PROGRAM. Grant funding is available to continue the EDC Fire Safe Council Residential Chipping Program.  Please download a complete copy of the Request for Proposal by clicking  here ‎ or email board@edcfiresafe.org, or Go to Action, RFPs on the main