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May 17, 2022
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Prepare for Fire Season!

Prepare for Fire Season!

Take a step to remove the “fuel”, flammable vegetation, from a potential Wildfire.

The first Saturday in May is nationally designated as Wildfire Community Preparedness Day. Green Debris Drop Off Day is intended to bring attention to the Firewise program and help communities prepare for a wildfire. Fuel reduction and green debris removal are important ways communities can be more fire ready and better prepared when a wildfire strikes.

May 7 and May 8  Biomass One FREE Green Debris Drop Off  7:00 AM- 5:00 PM,  at 2350 Avenue G, White City. Acceptable and unacceptable materials for drop off are outlined on the Biomass One, LP website. Wood Debris Drop-Off Yard — Biomass One

May 7th Jacksonville FREE Green Debris Drop Off   9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the D Street Parking lotJacksonville. Residents of the 21 Firewise neighborhoods may bring branches and other vegetation to be chipped and disposed of by the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF). Two dumpsters will be available, one for small vegetation debris, and one for debris that needs to be chipped.

Ashland Fire & RescueMay 8th Ashland FREE Green Debris Drop Off  8:30 AM – 3:30 PM at 3000 Valley View Road, Ashland. Ashland Fire & Rescue, Recology Ashland and the Wildfire Safety Commission are proud to announce the 11th Annual FREE Green Debris Drop Off Days, bring your ID showing proof of Ashland address. More information can be found at Fire Adapted Ashland. Acceptable and unacceptable materials for drop off are outlined on the Recology website 2022 Green Debris Drop-Off Day - Recology

We want to recognize Biomass One and Recology for their participation and financial support. Their contributions help make communities in the Rogue Valley more fire resilient.

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