FIRESafe MARIN History
FIRESafe MARIN was the second fire safe council formed in the US. In the aftermath of the Oakland Hills fire in 1991, several public agencies and private interests wanted to reduce the likelihood that a similar tragedy would be repeated in Marin County.
FIRESafe MARIN was formed to promote fire safety and stimulate communities to collaborate when solving problems related to wildland fire protection.
FIRESafe MARIN is a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing Wildland Fire hazards and improving Fire-safety awareness in Marin County, California. We foster community involvement by building partnerships and providing resources for mitigating fire danger.
-Leadership – We provide guidance and direction through our varied professional backgrounds.
-Empowering Communities – We enable communities to achieve wildfire risk reduction through education and financial support.
-Inclusive – We provide multiple services to help reduce the threat of wildfire and improve defensible space in Marin.
-Collaborative – We work as a group with the common goal of fire safety in Marin.
-Responsive – We make it a priority to be available and at the ready for all Marin residents.
-Dedicated – We are committed to the residents of Marin in reducing the threat of wildfire.