El Dorado County Fire Safe Council

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.

Logtown Fire Safe Council

About Logtown

Logtown Map



Meeting Agendas & Minutes

Fuel Reduction Projects


Be Part of the Team

Help keep our community fire safe – fun and rewarding.
We are looking for volunteers to fill the following positions:

  • Chair:  Sets agenda and conducts the monthly meetings
  • Vice Chair:  Schedules speakers and assists with events
  • Secretary:  Maintains the records
  • Treasurer:  Maintain financial records and bank information
  • Insurance Committee Chair:  Track and provide new information on homeowner insurance issues
  • Communications Committee Chair:  Maintain email addresses, web page, and social media expert
  • Newsletter Editor:  Once per year mailing – create format and content
  • Community Clean-up Day Chair:  Organize once a year event (May)
  • Hot Dog Social Chair: Organize once a year event (October)
  • Grants and Projects Chair:  Assist with submission of state/federal grants for fuel reduction projects
  • Firewise Coordinator:  Submits yearly data to maintain Firewise certification 

Be Prepared

Firewise Certificate

Logtown is a member in good standing of with Firewise USA.  This certification may help with reducing homeowners’ insurance.  Download a copy of the current 2022-2023

  • Resident Firewise Investment Sheet – The Firewise program empowers residents with a wildfire risk to work collaboratively with neighbors to take important proactive steps to protect their homes against the threat of wildfire.  All efforts are recorded whether work was done by the homeowner or paid assistance.  Each investment sheet turned in helps meets our goal for the next Firewise certification.  Turn in your monthly investment sheets at one of our meetings or email them to Pat Dwyer.

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