Your Neighborhood is Part of Your Community
Know Your Neighborhood’s Overall Risk
Although weather conditions will change, there are ways to assess your neighborhood's general wildfire risk based on the local landscape and other features. Learn about your community's wildfire risk by visiting the Wildfire Risk in Travis County map.
Work with your neighbors to create a Fire Protection Safe Community
Wildfires are not bound by property lines! Your safety and property is interconnected with your community’s safety.
Request a Neighborhood Assessment
Would you like a professional assessment of your community's wildfire risk? Coordinate with your Homeowner Association, Property Owner Association, Subdivision Planner, or your version of these kinds of organizing groups and invite a fire professional to visit your neighborhood. The fire professional will outline what you can do to reduce wildfire risk. To identify the fire professional who can assist, view the Travis County Emergency Services District map.
Your Schools are in your community.
Are you an educator who'd like to include wildfire education opportunities for your students?
Your Business is in Your Community
Create a plan and prepare for wildfire. Small businesses are vital to the community.
Community Recovery for Neighborhoods, Schools, and Businesses
Watch a short video on wildfire recovery shot right here in Travis County!