Get ready for fire season!
Take action to remove the “fuel”, flammable vegetation, from a potential forest fire.
The first Saturday in May is designated nationally as Community Wildfire Preparedness Day. Green Debris Drop-Off Day aims to bring attention to the Firewise program and help communities prepare for a wildfire. Fuel reduction and green debris removal are important ways for communities to be more fire-ready and better prepared when a wildfire does occur.
May 7 and 8 Biomass One FREE Green Debris Deposit 7h00-17h00, to 2350 Avenue G, White City. Acceptable and unacceptable materials for deposit are described on the Biomass One, LP website. Wood debris disposal site — Biomass One
May 7and Jacksonville FREE Green Debris deposit 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. to D Street parking lot, Jacksonville. Residents of the 21 Firewise Neighborhoods can bring in branches and other vegetation for chipping and disposal by the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF). Two skips will be available, one for small plant debris and one for shredded debris.
May 8and FREE Green Debris Deposit 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. to 3000 Valley View Road, Ashland. Ashland Fire & Rescue, Recology Ashland and the Wildfire Safety Commission are proud to announce the 11th Annual FREE Green Debris Drop Off Days, bring your ID showing proof of address to Ashland. More information can be found at Ashland fire rated. Acceptable and unacceptable materials for filing are outlined on the Recology website Green Debris Disposal Day 2022 – Recology
We would like to thank Biomass One and Recology for their participation and financial support. Their contributions help make Rogue Valley communities more fire resistant.