Thank you for supporting our all-volunteer Fire Brigade!
Calling all artists! The La Honda Fire Brigade is conducting a T-Shirt Design contest and the winning design will be featured on our next round of t-shirts for sale. Submissions must be completed by October 30th. The winning designer will also receive 10 free t-shirts and two tickets to the Crab Cioppino Dinner. Please see the following guidelines for design submissions:
T-SHIRT DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
SELECTION OF WINNERS
CAL FIRE SUSPENDS ALL OUTDOOR BURNING
September 3, 2021
Felton – Due to the current fire conditions and the amount of fire suppression resources committed to the fires in Northern California, effective today; Friday September 3, 2021 at 12:00 P.M. CAL FIRE suspends all outdoor open burning within the State Responsibility Areas and any Local Responsibility Areas under CAL FIRE Contract in the SAN MATEO & SANTA CRUZ Counties.
Read the full press release.
Check our Resources page
September 3, 2021
We've added some new information to our resources page including links to CAL FIRE, fire cameras, real time and near real time maps of lightning and fire activity.
Chipper Program A Success!
August 13, 2021
Thank you to our community members who put in an estimated 2316 hours of labor to deliver over 805 loads of burnable material to our chipping program, reducing the amount of dangerous fuel around our homes.
Of the 197 households who participated this year, 80 were doing so for the first time. This is collectively a huge effort on your part to make our town more resilient and safer for all of us.
Watch the Smoke Point App webinar
May 26, 2021
Open Burn Status
Open burning is restricted in San Mateo County. Read on to learn more.
The widgets to the left help determine, at a glance, if burning with a permit is allowed. At a minimum
You must have a burn permit
There must be no Spare The Air alert
The Coast Section status for today must say "Burn" (not "No Burn"). You may call (800) 792-0787 for a voice recording of the current burn status.
If you do not have a permit, or you are not familiar with the process, do not proceed with open burning.