The weed abatement crews are making their way through our open space firebreaks for a second time this summer. They are now starting their work at 6:00 a.m., as the cool mornings will create a safer environment for this type of work. Although the grasses have not had more incentives to grow because the rains have stopped, there is still a need to cut back the thriving poison oak and broom seedlings that continue to crop up.
Remember, it’s part of everyone’s responsibility to make sure our own properties are kept fire safe! And it’s not just about weeds… Make sure you understand how a fire can destroy your home by becoming educated on the dangers that surround you within your own fence line. For starters, there is quite a lot of information on this website that can help you. Check it out!