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Free Chipping For Fish Camp Residents

FISH CAMP – The Mariposa County Fire Safe Council is ready to help you become fire safe by providing free chipping of tree limbs, manzanita, deer brush and other large hazardous debris on Thursday, Oct. 30.

If you pile your large hazardous debris along a route of ingress/ingress as described below, the Fire Safe Council will chip your piled hazardous debris for free.

To prepare your materials for chipping, please follow these instructions:

  • Mariposa Fire Safe CouncilAll cut parts of the limbs must be faced out (see picture) All piles must be within 5 feet of a roadway
  • Do not pile along a County Maintained Road
  • Piles must be no higher than 4 feet and free of any trash or metal
  • If piles are not piled correctly, the Fire Safe Council cannot chip your piles

You do not have to qualify for free chipping, as it is free to all Mariposa County residents. Call the Mariposa County Fire Safe Council: 209-966-7700 or visit www.mariposafiresafe.net

PGEThis project is funded by Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) in an effort to support fire reduction programs carried out in the year 2014. PG&E is a major contributor in the Mariposa County Fire Safe Council’s efforts to prevent catastrophic wildfire throughout Mariposa County.

The Mariposa County Fire Safe Council is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer.

Mariposa County Fire Safe Council is a non-profit organization and your tax deductible contribution is greatly appreciated!

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