Sierra Springs Owners Association Fire Safety
Sierra Springs Homeowners Association has a Fire Safety team that is looking out for our community. This page is dedicted to their efforts and to help keep our community informed about being "fire safe".
Fire Safety Meetings
All SSRFSC Fire Safety Meetings will be held on the FIRST MONDAY of every month beginning February 1st at 6:30 pm (via zoom)
NOTE: All meetings will be held via ZOOM until Covid restrictions are lifted. Log-in links will be posted in website agenda prior to each meeting, and also on Sierra Springs Watch Facebook page. If you would prefer to have the information and Zoom link emailed to you directly, simply send a request to the SSOA office: email@example.com
Volunteers needed for the Fire Safety team:
We need people to help perform evaluations this summer beginning - JUNE 1st. Please contact the SSOA office or Kay Campbell if you have a few hours to spare!
Regular Fire Safety Meetings for 2021
Fire Safe Meeting Archives
Sierra Springs Fire SafetyWe live in a beautiful area surrounded by trees and natural landscapes. Every property owner should be aware of fire safety and keep their property clear of fire dangers. Refer to this document for more information about how you can help keep your property, and Sierra Springs fire safe.
this link ) to launch a video presentation that shows how to maintain a "Defensible Space"on your property. The link also provides several resources that are helpful in understanding how to create and maintain your property and to maintain "fire safe"
Click here to access the series on "How to control California fires as scientists explain the process.
Wildfire Preperation Guides
Click here for notes from former Chief Lloyd Ogan, El Dorado County Fire Protection District.
2021 Defensible Space Self Evaluation
June 1, 2021 is El Dorado County's deadline for property owners to comply with El Dorado County Ordinance
#5101. June 1, 2021 is also the Sierra Springs Owners Association's (SSOA) deadline.
Please refer to the following links for information about your property evaluation starting with the Letter of Instructions:
Refer to this document for a list of property cleanup contractors that can help prepare your property for compliance.
Call the SSOA office should you have any questions.
Property Cleanup contractor list
Neighborhood Radio Watch
Radio For The Rest of Us
For years, Amateur Radio Operators (aka "Hams"), have used radios when normal communications fail. Radio also aids First Responders during disasters. However, it’s become increasingly critical for "The Rest of Us," our families, our friends, and our community, to also have access to reliable communications when cell phone and Internet services fail.
Getting a Ham Radio license requires passing a test beyond the interests of most. But there are radio alternatives that citizens can use without passing a test. Click here for more information that could help you and your family through those times when your power and other types of communications fail.