The North Topanga Canyon Fire Safe Council (NTCFSC) was formed in 2010 as a result of the recommendations from the Santa Monica Mountains Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP). Our mission is to "inspire and empower our community to mitigate the risks of fire to Topanga through collaboration, education and development of resources." We are a volunteer organization made up of Topanga Canyon residents who are working with our community, the Los Angeles County Fire Department, the National Park Service, Southern California Edison, and other stakeholders to help make Topanga a more Fire Adapted Community.
The NTCFSC represents the area in Topanga Canyon described as north along State Route 27 (Topanga Canyon Boulevard) from Fernwood-Pacific to the Top of Topanga, and all accessing side canyons except for Fernwood-Pacific (South Topanga Canyon FSC) and Old Topanga Canyon (West Topanga Canyon FSC).
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Contact North Topanga Canyon Fire Safe Council
Beth Burnam or Ryan Ulyate
P.O. Box 1748
Topanga, California 90290
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- Los Angeles County, California