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About Us

The Whitmore Fire Safe Council is a community-based fire education & prevention group chartered by the Whitmore Volunteer Fire Department.

Our main goal is to help the residents of Whitmore and immediate surrounding areas become fire ready through continuing education, by improving our property's defensible spaces, establishing and providing maps for escape routes and evacuation centers and to maximize communication to give timely alerts of pending hazards and/or evacuations.

Get Involved

 W.F.S.C. executive board and general community members have met several times to establish procedures that would make our goals possible.  We welcome and encourage community participation at our meetings and with upcoming projects in brush clearing and fire prevention. 


Our next public W.F.S.C. meeting will be held at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at the

Whitmore Community Center.

Please join us for updates on upcoming projects and ways you can contribute.

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