The Rancho Bernardo Fire Safe Council is a nonprofit organization dedicated to making the greater Rancho Bernardo area a safer place in the event of wildfires. It was established following the 2007 Witch Creek/Guejito Wildfires, which destroyed over 350 homes in Rancho Bernardo and almost 1,100 homes countywide. The RB Fire Safe Council is a program of RB United, a member of the San Diego County Fire Safe Council, and a collaborative partner of the Lake Hodges Fire Safe Council.
The mission of the Fire Safe Council of Rancho Bernardo is three-fold: (a) promotion of the preparation and education of the public on wildfire safety, (b) protection and preservation of homes and natural resources from fire damage, and (c) coordination and mobilization of the activities, resources and organizations that mitigate fire risk.
Attend a meeting: The Rancho Bernardo Fire Safe Council meets quarterly, the second Tuesday of each month, location rotates. Meetings are open to anyone with an interest in Rancho Bernardo fire safety.
Protect Yourself: Volunteer to host a Home Ignition Zone Workshop and invite your neighbors to learn how to better protect your home against wildfire. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Volunteer: Help with the Community Safety Fair, join a volunteer brush mitigation project, just get involved!
Get Educated: Educational programs are provided throughout the community in both public facilities and private residences and wildfire educational materials are always available at the RB Fire Safe Council’s office. Educational workshops can be provided for any community group or community center, so please contact us if you would like to sponsor one.
Contribute: Contributions to the Fire Safe Council are tax deductible.