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Whether your community needs assistance coordinating a Firewise program (which focuses on grass-roots organizing, neighborhood assessments of fire hazards, and public outreach and education), a Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP), or a Fire Management Plan (FMP), a Utility Vulnerability Assessment, or a Post-Fire Rehabilitation plan, SWCA’s fire experts can facilitate the planning process for everything from large-scale regional plans to plans for small communities.

With more than 16 years of experience completing pre- and post-fire planning work throughout the United States, CWPPs and FMPs throughout the West and Pacific Northwest, SWCA emphasizes collaborative planning among federal, state, and county government agencies, non-governmental agencies, and communities. 


SWCA Fire Plan Examples:

Relevant Services

Inventory and Assessment

  • Community Wildfire Protection Plans
  • County and Regional Community Risk Assessments
  • Fire Risk Assessments
  • On-the-Ground Hazard and Risk Assessments
  • Firewise Community Assessments and Coordination
  • Fuel and Vegetation Mapping and Inventories


  • Facilitation of Public and Core Team Meetings
  • Analysis of the Management Situation
  • Fire Management Plans
  • Fire Hazard Reduction Plans
  • Public Involvement/Community Outreach
  • Workshops and Training

Mitigation and Restoration

  • Hazardous Fuels Reduction Monitoring
  • Restoration Plans
  • Plant Community Assessments
  • Threatened and Endangered Species Surveys
  • Wildlife Assessments
  • Data Recovery and Mitigation
  • Pre- and Post-fire Cultural and Historic Surveys

Compliance and Management

  • Recommendations for Fuels Treatments
  • Recommendations for Public Education and Outreach
  • Environmental Assessments (EA)
  • Environmental Impact Statements (EIS)
  • Agency Planning Document Updates and Implementation
  • Identification of Grant and Funding Opportunities for Plan Implementation

Relevant Case Studies

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