Community Wildfire Protection Plan

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Lincoln County and its state and local partners are currently in the process of updating the 2010 Community Wildfire Protection Plan. Your input is crucial to the success of this document! 

Join members of the public, County officials, and local stakeholders for a public meeting on May 6, 2017 to discuss the 2017 update of the Lincoln County Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) and share your ideas and concerns regarding widlfire risk in Lincoln County. How can the CWPP planning team incorporate resident input into the CWPP update? What steps can residents take at the county, neighborhood, and home scale to make Lincoln County more Fire Adapted? The flier for the public meeting is available here.

For those unable to attend the meeting, please complete this survey to provide input into the CWPP - CWPP Survey.

For details contact Joshua Shaklee at 541-265-4192 or


The Lincoln County Community Wildfire Protection Plan was originally completed in 2009-10 by the Lincoln County Fire Defense Board, the Oregon Department of Forestry, and the Lincoln County Department of Planning and Development with project facilitation and support provided by Northwest Management, Inc. of Moscow, Idaho. This Community Wildfire Protection Plan will be reviewed annually and updated at least every five years starting from the year of adoption.

The Community Wildfire Protection Plan expands on the wildfire chapter of the Lincoln County Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan, which was approved by FEMA in 2015. Although published as a separate document, the Community Wildfire Protection Plan will be considered a supplement to the wildfire chapter of the Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan.


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