General meeting Thur at 7pm Sept 16, sorry, still on zoom


COASTAL CLEAN UP DAY
CHIPPER DAYS
Sept 18th at 9AM to 3pm.   Dumpsters for trash will be  at Trabuco Fire Station, Modjeska lot on Modjeska at Santiago, Williams Canyon, and the Silverado lot across from the Community Center.  
We will have a location to accept Tires, Mattresses, E-waste.Trash and green waste.
HAZ MAT will not be accepted, you will be directed to take it to the Household Hazardous Waste facility in Irvine.
              Fire Safe Council will have a crew to help you unload greenwaste, and it will be chipped and recycled, courtesy of Aguinaga Green Waste.
Look for a Tan Chevy Truck to sign up for the Coastal Cleanup. Coordinated by Orange County Coastkeeper.  We will be be picking up trash along Santiago Canyon Road.   See link below.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/oc-coastal-cleanup-day-silverado-modjeska-canyons-tickets-167362699339





Sept 16th meeting at 7pm at has been moved to ZOOM, again.  Mary will send out link.   I will try to get it posted here. 



Fire Safe Council East Orange County Canyons (FSCEOCC) is a long name but that is because it covers a lot of geography.  From Route 241 South, East to Holy Jim Canyon, the FSCEOCC serves all residents, businesses and landowners.  "Wildfires do not respect boundaries", stated Mary Schreiber, FSCEOCC President.  In the rugged canyons and foothills of Orange County there is an ever present threat of fire.

During the Santiago Fire of 2007 the Fire Safe Council contributed an important role to the community. Perhaps because of this experience, the FSCEOCC is not only a recognized Firewise Community but is also one of the most active and progressive in the state.  Progress and achievement are the goals of this dedicated group of volunteers who have devoted endless hours to plan and coordinate innovative programs and events to make the canyon communities more fire safe.