The Yuba Watershed Protection and Fire Safe Council is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community-based group consisting of concerned citizens, local, state and federal fire professionals, law enforcement, professional foresters, local timber companies and resource conservation groups along with county government

Working Together Towards the Following:

Protect Property and Lives

Maintain Yuba County Forest Health

Prevent Wildfire Where Possible

Minimize Effects of Wild Fire


Prepare for Any Emergency!

Floods and fires are very real possibilities for anyone living in Yuba County. The past few years have shown us that devastating wildfires pose a very real threat to our communities. Our foothill communities are particularly vulnerable to the ravages of wind-driven fires.

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Fire Weather Watch and Warnings


03:00 AM PDT Tue Oct 20 2020

Periods of Critical Fire Weather Conditions Expected Tonight 
 through Friday Afternoon for Gusty Winds and Low Humidity

Gusty north to east winds are expected tonight into early 
Wednesday. The combination of wind and low humidity will result in
critical fire weather conditions at times. There is the potential
for stronger winds late Wednesday night through Friday afternoon,
along with continued low humidity. Dry weather continues through 
Friday with above normal high temperatures, cooling to near normal
by the end of the week.

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