San Jose

Is Santa Clara County Prepared for Wildfire?

12:30 p.m. | Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Image by flickr user Pacific Southwest Region 5.

Climate change brings the prospect of larger, more dangerous wildfires in the future — perhaps like those that have recently devastated parts of California and the Bay Area. What actions are being taken in Santa Clara County to prepare? With this expert panel we’ll discuss the role of land use planning, emergency preparedness partnerships and other ways to improve fire resiliency in the wildland-urban interface.

+ Jason Falarski / Santa Clara County Fire Department
+ Derek Neumann / Open Space Authority
+ Michael Rhoades / Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department


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