Ross Valley Fire News
Defensible Space Follow Up Evaluations in Fairfax’s Tamalpais (Manor Hill) Neighborhood to Start as Early as 10/2/23
Uniformed Fire Inspectors will conduct Follow Up Wildfire Defensible Space and Home Hardening Evaluations on properties in the Manor Hill neighborhood of Fairfax starting as early as 10/2/23 (see attached map).
Inspectors will confirm that you have completed vegetation maintenance required by law. They will also provide recommendations for steps that may provide additional protection from wildfires. Property owners are required to maintain their properties' vegetation at all times during fire-season, and should not wait for an inspection to begin work.
You can access prior defensible space reports by visiting http://dspace.marinwildfire.org and entering your address. If you do not have your property’s unique code, follow the prompts to request one.
Online reports are only available to property owners, renters, and authorized representatives.
Evaluations are funded through Marin Tax Measure C (2020), Marin Wildfire Prevention Authority, and the Ross Valley Fire Department.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 275-1185 with questions or for assistance accessing an online report.
Map: area to be inspected in the Manor Hill neighborhood of Fairfax, California. This neighborhood may also be known as the Tamalpais neighborhood of Fairfax