Lake Almanor Country Club is a designated FireWise Community. This means that by working together we successfully completed the FireWise USA program’s annual requirements for 2022 and is a participating site in good standing throughout the 2023 calendar year. The certificate below may be of help in working with your insurance company to remain insured or purchase new homeowner’s insurance.
To download the 2023 FireWise Certificate (below): Right-click the image, and select ‘Save image as…’ and select computer location for the file.
FireWise Volunteer Hourly Worksheet
To maintain LACC’s FireWise status, it is important that we meet annual requirements for continuing participation in the FireWise program. Part of this process is to keep track of all the hours you spend maintaining your home and surrounding areas to FireWise standards. To help keep track of the hours each homeowner spends on their property upkeep, etc.
Click here: FireWise Volunteer Hourly Work Sheet to fill out the work sheet then submit..
- CODE RED IS GONE – GENASYS is the new replacement.
Plumas County is using a new system to send emergency alerts to telephones. The county is no longer using the Code Red system and has recently switched to a similar system called GENASYS. Unfortunately, the fact that you were registered for Code Red does not transfer over to the new system, so we are starting over. And that means that we all will need to register with the new system if we are to receive those important safety messages. Here’s how to do that. https://www.plumascounty.us/2163/Genasys-Emergency-Alert-System You will need your cell phone number and a password of your choice to get registered. Once that is done you can add your e-mail address and landline-house phone as well.
Chipping Program – 2023:
The Plumas County Fire Safe Council provides a community chipping day for residents of Chester and the surrounding areas scheduled for October 16-20, 2023.
To participate, each participant needs to sign-up and make a reservation here. You can also read more about the program, how you should prepare your piles and other tips for safe chipping.
For more information, contact Gary Parque at Plumas Fire County via email or phone: 530-927-5335.
New California Law:
Senior Disabled Defensible Space Clearance Assistance Program:
The Plumas County Fire Safe Council offers Senior Disabled Defensible Space Clearance Assistance. This is for Plumas County residents over 65 years of age or for residents with a physical disability. The Plumas Fire Safe Council will provide a FREE CONSULTATION to determine what work is necessary. For more information visit or to complete an application, go here or email Tommy Brenzovich.
The Plumas County Fire Safe Council provides information regarding insurance companies providing discounts to homeowners within the county. For more information regarding this and other insurance information go here.