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From the President

 

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Michael S. Williams
President-Executive Director

October 2018

Dear Neighbor,

On behalf of the WRA, I would like to thank everyone who participated in the Sixth Annual Art and Garden Sale. It was a resounding success. We also appreciate the positive feedback from many of you about our efforts, programs and commitment to community safety issues.

The CWPP moves forward following a strong community showing and excellent presentation to the Board of Supervisors by Santa Barbara County Fire. More information will be forthcoming as the team moves froward to finalization of the plan. The success of the presentation put the CWPP effort back track and more in keeping with the needs and desires of the San Marcos Pass community, the front country residents and the county fire department. Additional information will be posted on the WRA website front page as it becomes available.

The WRA Annual Business Meeting was held on September 29th at Cold Spring Tavern. The meeting included the presentation of the Annual Report. The officers for the next year:

Michael S. Williams, President-Executive Director
Ugo “Butch” Arnoldi, Vice President
Tracy Adams, CFO
Ina Brittain, Secretary

Ted Adams, Director & Public Information Officer
Amy Love, Director
Roger Haines, Director
Susan Del Real, Director
Rocky Siegel, Director

If we can be of assistance please give us a call at 964-7194 or email community@wildlandresidents.org.

WRA 2018 Annual Report
WRA 2018 YTD Balance Sheet as of 8/31/18
WRA 2017 Profit and Loss

WRA 2018 renewal letter only
WRA renewal card blank

Bylaws of the Wildland Residents Association
WRA Tri-fold brochure

2010 Strategic Fire Plan for California (Current 2018)
California Board of Forestry and Fire Protection Homeowner’s Summary of Fire Prevention and Loss Reduction Laws
California Forest Practice Rules 2017

Santa Barbara County
A Whole Community Initiative 

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Are you prepared or preparing for emergencies and disasters such as fire, flood and earthquake as well as prolonged power outages? Aware & Prepare provides information that can be helpful for you, your family and business here.

During an emergency, additional information important information, evacuation and shelter news can be found at Santa Barbara County readysbc.org.


Community Emergency Response Team & Alertar y Preparar LISTOS

Santa Barbara County has an extremely robust and award winning Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training program. Santa Barbara County CERT programs are overseen by a local executive committee with regularly scheduled CERT classes held throughout the county. Regular, specialized and custom classes can be held for your school or work at no charge. For further information, call the WRA at 964-7194 or visit Aware & Prepare. Don’t wait for an emergency, get trained now on how you can be better prepared.

In conjunction with Aware & Prepare, Alertar y Preparar LISTOS is a grass-roots, basic emergency and disaster readiness public education program for Spanish-speaking populations. The Alertar y Preparar LISTOS program is a CalOES California Volunteers grant program serving all of California. For further information, please visit here.