2022 Update -  Community Wildfire Protection Plan

Plan Overview

Douglas County is updating its Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP). We need your input on wildfire risks and hazards that affect your home and community. Provide your opinion on strategies to reduce risks. Share your concerns and local knowledge by taking the online survey.

A CWPP is a plan developed collaboratively that identifies wildland fire hazards, prioritizes measures to reduce those hazards and recommends ways for homeowners and communities to reduce ignitability of structures in areas of the County identified as wildland urban interface (WUI).

As part of the CWPP update, Douglas County Planning will collaborate with homeowners, fire departments, state and local officials, and others agencies to address the specific needs of our community, inform decision-makers, and guide interventions that protect life, property and infrastructure from wildfire.

Project Timeline

  • Project initiated - October 2019
  • Open House - South County - Wednesday, January 8, 6 pm at:
    Tri City Rural Fire Department
    140 S Old Pacific Highway
    Myrtle Creek, OR 97457
  • Open House - North Umpqua - Wednesday, January 15, 6 pm at:
    Glide Rural Fire District
    18910 N Umpqua Highway
    Glide, OR 97443
  • Open House - Coastal - Thursday, January 16, 6 pm at the MAC Center at Salmon Harbor
  • Open House - Roseburg West - Thursday, January 23, 6 pm at:
    Winston City Hall
    201 NW Douglas Boulevard
    Winston, OR 97496
  • Open House - North County - Tuesday, January 28, 6 pm at:
    Yoncalla Community Center
    400 Main Street
    Yoncalla, OR 97499
  • Adoption - June 2020 (Project dates are subject to revision as the project progresses)