The purpose of a Fire Safe Council is to bring together public and private organizations to discuss fire safety in our Community.   The community-based fire safety concept was born out of the statewide Fire Safe Council whose goal is to preserve California’s natural and manmade resources by mobilizing all Californians to make their homes, neighborhoods and communities fire safe.  There are approximately 36 local councils throughout the County of San Diego and more that 85 statewide.


The Fire Safe Council can be used as a forum to share information, solve problems and link related programs in ways that can save money and time.  The public safety issues we discuss may even extend beyond fire safety, to earthquake preparedness and emergency medical response.


The Greater Vista Fire Safe Council holds its monthly meeting on the third Monday of every month at the Vista Public Library located at 700 Eucalyptus Avenue from 6:30p.m. to 8:15p.m.


The Council has approved our Mission Statement to be

“ To mobilize the community to preserve, educate and protect lives, property and the environment from multi-hazard incidents”.


Please join us in this valuable community service.


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