Tamalpais Valley/Homestead Fuel Break

Example of a fuel break next to a community

The objective of this project is to establish and maintain a defensible space zone along the perimeter of Tamalpais Valley and Homestead Valley residential hillside communities in the high fire danger zones to reduce the risk of severity and spread of wildfire. This fuel reduction zone includes approximately 28 acres of non-federal lands as well as coordination with the National Park Service to conduct work on up to 22.7 acres of federal lands. The project includes vegetation management that targets non-native invasive vegetation, dead and down woody debris, and other fire hazardous vegetation while seeking to retain healthy native plant communities. Environmental compliance for the first phase of this project is complete and implementation/maintenance is ongoing.

Interested in learning more?

We will be having a visit to view one area and talk about the project on January 17th or 18th. Details wil be posted on the Community Calendar

Relevant Projects

Status

Implementation

Approval Meeting

April 21, 2022

CEQA Documentation

Notice of Exemption/Supporting Memo/Project Map
Notice of Exemption/Supporting Memo/Project Map

Zone/Location

Southern Marin
Marin wild fire projects

Project Type

Shaded/ Non-shaded Fuel Break

Lead Agency

Southern Marin Fire District
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