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The current chipping program is made possible by a grant from the California Climate Investments Fire Prevention Grant Program.


 It has never been more important that you clear and maintain your defensible space around your home. We will make it easier for you. Examples of two chipping operations and the creation of defensible space may be found HERE andHERE.

Get details
HERE in the May 2015 Fire Safety News. Guidelines and homeowner requirements  may be found HERE.
Another Successful Evacuation Seminar
A senario-based evacuation seminar was held on April 21, 2018 at the Castle Creek Country Club. More than 40 local residents attended. The presentation was based on factual predicted wildfire behavior for the area and challenged the residents to think about the various aspects of evacuation and how they might react at various points in the scenario timeline. Deer Springs Fire Chief Nick Brown and San Diego Sheriff Captain Dave Brown fielded questions from the attendees. Community-focused seminars have been held, so far, in the Champagne Village, Hidden Meadows and Castle Creek areas with more to come.
Deer Springs Fire Safe Council Annual Meeting
The 2019 annual meeting of the Deer Springs Fire Safe Council will be held on Saturday March 9 at 10:30 a.m. The meeting place will be the MHA Pavilion located at 28208 Meadow Glen  Way West, Escondido, CA  92026.
In addition to the annual report, we will have an appearance by the Urban Search and Rescue vehicle that is now housed in the Deer Springs Fire District at Station 12 on Mesa Rock Road. Come check it out!