Defensible Space Reimbursement Program
Now accepting new applications for 2019. The UDRC will help landowners in the UDRC area neighborhoods with the cost of creating or maintaining defensible space for wildfire risk reduction. The UDRC will reimburse your expenses for fuels reduction contractors or rental equipment up to $500 maximum per landowner. This program is available for communities between Spring River Road and La Pine State Recreation Road including the Spring River, Haner Park, and Wild River communities. Click here for the Defensible Space Reimbursement Application Form.
Senior Low Income Defensible Space Program
UDRC has partnered with Council on Aging to provide free wildfire fuels reduction services for senior low income homeowners in communities between Spring River Road and La Pine State Recreation Road including the Spring River, Haner Park, and Wild River. Click on printable flyer describing the program. To apply for the program, click on Senior Low Income Defensible Space Application Form with age and income requirements.
If your home has been assessed by the La Pine Rural Fire Protection District, you can see your wildfire preparedness rating by going to oregonrsg.org and clicking on the “My Risk: Go to the Map” link.
Deschutes County wildfire Ready-Set-Go Guide
The Central Oregon Fire Information website has current wildfire information from all public agencies: http://www.centraloregonfire.org