The temperature has begun to rise and the tall grass begins to dry, the residents of Tulare County are aware of the fire danger over the next few months. Fires starting in grass and rubbish can quickly spread to homes and property in a matter of minutes. The Tulare County Fire Department would like to remind every property owner that it is their duty to prevent a fire hazard from allowing to exist or arise on their property. Tulare County Fire Department has begun our annual Hazard Abatement Program for this year.
It is important that equipment is used the right way which includes lawn mowers, weed eaters, chainsaws, and tractors. Use all equipment responsibly and keep it maintained in a safe operating condition.
Code enforcement is not the driving force behind the program - common sense and fire safety is the goal. The idea is to make the communities within the county safer for all residents, and it's the right thing to do. Help us help you, by getting an early start on fire preparedness.
If you have questions regarding requirements for hazard abatement or would like to report a hazard please contact the Tulare County Fire Prevention Department at 559-802-9807 or you can file on-line at https://tularecounty.ca.gov/./hazard-abatement-compliance-./
Board hires Tammie Weyker-Adkins as new Chief of Staff.
Tulare County Fire Department has begun our annual Hazard Abatement Program for this year.
The Tulare County Clerk-Recorder will begin scheduling appointments Monday, May 4
Nicole Motley, has been promoted to Deputy Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer in charge of the Pest Exclusion & Standardization Division by Tulare’s Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer