This page contains documents related to our efforts as the Alpine Peaks Residents Association to obtain both Fire Adapted and FireWise Community designations. We will also post relevant information to achieving these goals on this page, as well as resources with more information.
Thank you to all residents for their contributions to our FireWise recertification for 21/22. We saw a great effort from the vast majority of our community members to reach this goal. The FireWise team looks forward to everyone's continuing efforts to make Alpine Peaks wildfire resilient.
Current guidance (as of 25 October 2020) for Alpine Peaks from the NTFPD and the Placer County Sheriff emergency evacuation staff on how to prepare for a wildfire emergency and evacuation of Alpine Peaks is found below. Please read these two documents carefully.
If you need help with yard clean-up, debris removal, and/or tree trimming and cutting, below is a list of groups that could be contacted for get this work done. There are many groups in the Tahoe Basin, a Google search will bring up a number of others.
Yard debris: Jason Roach/Lasting Landscapes: one of our neighbors on Verbier. His crew will help clean up your property and take it away: 530.510.5161 Tom/Tahoe Park Tree Service/Snow Job: the group that does the driveway plowing also does yard clean-up: 530.581.5000
The Neighborhood Clean-Up Days were very successful in 2021. The FireWise team is planning to organize similar events around the Annual APRA Meeting in late June, 2022, and around the deadline for Defensible Space in 2022, mid-July. Specific dates and details will be available in Spring, 2022. If you can’t bring your debris to the dumpster sites yourself, you can sign up to have the debris picked up using the large bucket on the grader. Sign up by email at: [email protected]