NFPA would like to extend a warm welcome to the following new Firewise USA® sites. 

Residents living in these communities have made a commitment to wildfire preparedness, accepting the role they have to play in protecting their homes against embers and surface fires. Learn more about what actions you can take to increase the ignition resistance of your home and how working with your neighbors can make a difference, visit Firewise.org today!

May 2019
  • Ananda Village, California
  • Bald Hill, California
  • Bear River Ranch Area, California
  • Bennett Ridge, California
  • Carrollwood Drive HOA, Oregon
  • Fairways at Pole Creek Homeowners Association, Colorado
  • Harris Ranch North, Idaho
  • Johnsville Valley, California
  • Juniper Hill, California
  • Los Robles Mobile Home Park, California
  • Lower Edgewood, California
  • Michigan Bluff, California
  • North Fork American River Basin, California
  • Sierra Knolls, California
  • Sunny Oaks/Bayhills, California
  • Sunrise Association Council (SAC), Arizona
  • Timbers Community, Colorado
  • Upper Rough and Ready, California
  • Wolf Mountain, California
April 2019
  • Alto Sutton Neighborhood, California
  • Big Creek Mountain, Georgia
  • Central Converse, Texas
  • East Converse, Texas
  • Estancia De Prescott, Arizona
  • Loch Lomond Highlands HOA, California
  • Manor Hill, California
  • Morning Sun Estates, Washington
  • Mustang Drive, Oregon
  • Northwest Converse, Texas
  • Outer Jackass Flats, California
  • Pine Ridge Residents Association, New Jersey
  • Southwest Converse, Texas
  • TELLARA, California
  • Texas Grand Ranch, Texas
  • Via Farallon/La Cuesta, California
March 2019
  • Hidden Valley Neighborhood Response Group (HVNRG), California
  • Jones Creek Crossing, California
  • Novato Heights, California
  • Paradise Ranch Estates, California
  • Shadow Mountain Estates, Oregon
  • Sleepy Hollow HOA, California
February 2019
  • Arbor Ridge Drive, Oregon
  • Foster Guest Ranch PD, Washington
  • Latah Bluff Natural Area , Washington