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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), SWCA’s fire experts can facilitate the planning process for everything from large-scale regional plans to plans for small communities.

With more than 10 years of experience completing CWPPs and FMPs throughout the West and Pacific Northwest, SWCA emphasizes collaborative planning among federal, state, and county government agencies, non-governmental agencies, and community members. SWCA has team members on staff who hold National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) qualifications and red cards, and all SWCA CWPPs meet the requirements of the 2003 Healthy Forest Restoration Act. SWCA also holds a National Park Service Blanket Purchase Agreement contract for completion of FMPs in support of Environmental Assessments across the United States.


SWCA Fire Plan Examples:

Relevant Services

Inventory and Assessment

  • Community Wildlife 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

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