Grant County CWPP Staff Login
05/03/2012
DAYVILLE COMMUNITY MEETING
Dayville
CWPP Community Meeting Notes
May 3, 2012

Values:
-Water/Springs/South Fork of the John Day/Franks Creek
-Historical Resources/Structures
Dayville Merc
Dayville Community Center
Red Barn (east of town)
Others
-Agricultural Resources
-Livestock on Federal Lands
-Healthy Rangelands (help mitigate big fires)
-Winter Range (for elk and deer)
-Wildlife Habitat
-Cedar Botanical Grove
-Cant Ranch and Fossil Beds Headquarters
-Communications Infrastructure
Cell Towers
Radio Repeater Sites
Powerlines

Issues/Concerns:
-Agency firefighting processes, incident management
team process, etc.
-Fuels reduction in roadless areas
-Prescribed burn cooperation between various agencies
and private landowners
-What process can be used to clear fuels on federal lands
of your home is too close to the boundary?
-BLM parcels with very heavy fuel loads surrounded by
private lands
-Will CWPP have evacuation plan?
-Home ignition zone assessment information should be
available on the web.
-Should be links to CWPP from Chamber of Commerce website
-Confusing having Dayville BLM dispatched out of Prineville
while all other resources in the area are dispatched by John
Day Interagency Dispatch Center (JDIDC)
-Consider dispatching Dayville crews out of JDIDC
-Confusing having to notify both Prineville and John
Day during prescribed burns etc.
-Consider moving BLM dispatch for relevant resources
and information to JDIDC.

Recommendations:
-During wildfire events the community should appoint a liaison
with fire overhead to obtain information for the community.
-During wildfire events an organizational chart should be
provided to the community.
-Fire suppression plans should be coordinated with strategic
and focused grazing plans.
Announcements
MAY FIREWISE NEWS

May 5 is National Widlfire Preparedness Day! This is a great opportunity to do some spring "Firewise" work around your home.

Prairie City, Prairie City Rural Fire, and Grant County Firewise are sponsoring a "Spring Cleanup Day" in Prairie City on May 4 from 9 - 3. Curbside pickup for yard debris, recyclables, trash, and metal will be provided. For more info call Irene Jerome (541) 620-4466

Posted April 26, 2018
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