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Click here to read Fire Prevention Matters: The Homeowner's Guide to Fire Prevention in the Oakland Hills.
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Defensible Space and Danger Spots Additional Defensible Space for Homes
City of Oakland Helpful Contact Numbers: Helpful Numbers
Workshops are available for families and neighborhoods to enhance your knowledge of Emergency Preparedness
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Wildfires affect communities around the world. This online toolkit provides interactive, science-based tools to help homeowners better understand where wildfires occur and how to protect homes and neighborhoods, as well as get up-to-the-minute wildfire news. http://firecenter.berkeley.edu/toolkit/
Tips & Tools Be Smart Be Ready Tips, Tool Lending Library:
You can report illegal parking, abandoned vehicles, illegal dumping of trash or any other topics of concern by going to the City’s website: “Report a Problem / Ask a Question”.
Please Park Smart to Be Safe!
With our narrow streets, crowded with cars, it continues to be a risk for everyone; not just in case of fire, but for any emergency call.
Abandoned Vehicles – 238-6033
Parking Enforcement – 238-3099
Truck / Commercial Vehicle Complaints – 238-6033
Contractor Complaints – 238-3381
Street Repair – 615-5566
Median Strip Maintenance – 238-3092
Street Sweeping – 434-5101
Illegal Dumping – 238-6544
IBHS Research Center Ember Storm Test Highlights
Wildfires can occur anytime, to view a calendar of activities that will help you plan each month to assure your property & loved ones are fire safe, click here...