Mt. Pinos Communities Fire Safe Council

The Mt. Pinos Communities Fire Safe Council is a community fire organization serving thecommunities of Lebec, Los Padres Estates, Frazier Park, Gorman, Lake of the Woods, Cuddy Valley, Pinion Pines, Lockwood Valley, Pine Mountain Club, and Camp Shydeck. The mission of the Mt. Pinos Communities Fire Safe Council is to safeguard the people of our communities and their property from the effects of catastrophic wildfire through education, cooperation, innovation, and action.

Just what does a Fire Safe Council do?

A Fire Safe Council is a community group comprised of homeowners, renters, agencies and industry – basically, anyone has a “stake” in wildfire issues. Our goal is to help provide everyone living on the mountain with the tools necessary to prepare their homes and families for wildfire and to implement fuel reduction projects throughout our communities. Working together, we act to protect community members and property from wildfire.

We do this through both community-wide events such as elementary school poster contests and local events like chipper days. We also are working on fuel reduction projects in multiple communities around southwestern Kern County. Our work is made possible through substantial support from agency partners, including: Kern County Fire Department, the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and Cal Fire, who attend many of our meetings and provide input into the development and execution of fire safe council projects throughout our communities.

Interested in more general information about fire safe councils? Learn more from the California Fire Safe Council.

How do I get involved?

Join us! We welcome anyone with an interest in fire education and fire safety to our monthly public meetings. Have an idea for us? Interested in helping out with an upcoming chipper day or distributing literature at a community event? We would love you to join us. We meet the third Friday of the month at 9:30 am at the Mil Potrero Mutual Water Company offices at 16275 Askin Drive in the Pine Mountain Club.

Don’t have time to volunteer? You can still support the Fire Safe Council! For every dollar in private support, we are able to apply for two to three dollars in federal grant funding. Your donation can catalyze significant change in your community and help protect your home and family from wildfires. The Mt. Pinos Communities Fire Safe Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and your donation in any amount is fully tax-deductible. You can donate online or mail your contribution to the
Mt. Pinos Communities Fire Safe Council P.O. Box. 6572, Pine Mountain Club, CA 93222.

Contact Mt. Pinos Communities Fire Safe Council

Contact Mt. Pinos Communities Fire Safe Council

JD Caboor
16275 Askin Drive
P.O. Box 6572
Pine Mountain Club, California  93222


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Kern County, California
  • Los Angeles County, California
  • Ventura County, California