Fallbrook Fire Safe Council
Fallbrook’s Fire Safe Council (FFSC) was established in November 2002, in response to the area’s “Gavilian Fire” It is a non-profit organization working within a broad coalition of private and public sector organizations and people focused in three key Wildland Urban Interface Fire Disaster areas: Prevention, Preparedness and Recovery
The Fallbrook Fire Safe Council's mission is to preserve our area's manmade and natural resources by providing information, project leadership and support that help mobilize Californians to protect their homes, communities and environment from wildfires. Specifically, FFSC provides education and information that fosters fire safety preparedness within the Fallbrook, Bonsall, DeLuz and Rainbow region.
The FFSC has a strong record of planning and carrying out fire safety activities in the community. Projects have been accomplished through its volunteers' personal efforts coupled with grants and donations of money and materials. The FFSC volunteer membership and its advisors includes local retirees, active business community professionals, certified disaster recovery planners, North County Fire Protection District (NCFPD) professionals and other state/county personnel.
FFSC also provides assistance and guidance with weed abatement. As part of a service project, FFSC has assisted local disabled veterans and elderly to clear their homes and surrounding area of weeds to ensure
each homeowner has a defensible space in the event of a fire.
The Fallbrook Woman’s Club President’s Project is funded through donations as well as opportunity drawings during their monthly meetings.