EMERGENCY DIAL 911

FIRE ADMINISTRATION

14011 City Center Drive
Chino Hills, CA 91709

NON-EMERGENCY
(909) 902-5260

Chino Valley Fire District

Wildfire Protection Tips / Ready, Set, Go!

FAITHFULNESS. INTEGRITY. RESPECT. EXCELLENCE.

Each year, hundreds of homes and acres of land are destroyed by wildland fires. Using fire-safe landscaping around your home can protect your property from the devastating effects of fire. The Chino Valley Fire District encourages you to take precautions while landscaping your property to minimize possible fire damage.

If you live in a designated fire hazard area or adjacent to a designated fire hazard area, we encourage you to prepare for wildfire with “Ready, Set, Go!

Ready, Set, Go provides valuable information on how you can protect yourself, your family, your property, and your community from wildland fires. It is essential to learn how to “harden” your home against an advancing wildfire, especially if your home was built prior to 2010.

Many residents have built their homes and installed landscapes without fully understanding the impacts of wildfire. Firefighters train hard to protect lives and property from fire. We need you to do the same. Please take personal responsibility and learn what you can do today.

COMMUNITY RISK REDUCTION PROGRAMS

CARBON CANYON FIRE SAFE COUNCIL

COMMUNITY EDUCATION & OUTREACH

THE COMPLIANCE ENGINE

DEFENSIBLE SPACE INSPECTIONS

ELECTRONIC PLAN CHECK SUBMITTAL

FIRE INVESTIGATIONS

FIREWORKS

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS REGULATIONS

INSPECTIONS

KID'S SAFETY CORNER

KNOXBOX APPLICATION

PERMITS AND PLAN REVIEWS

RESERVE FIRE INSPECTORS

VEGETATION MANAGEMENT & WILDLAND-URBAN INTERFACE

WILDFIRE PROTECTION TIPS / READY, SET, GO!

YOUTH FIRE SETTER PROGRAM

DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS

All documents related to community risk reduction and/or this page can be located below.

TitleDateCategoriesLinkhf:doc_categories
CVFD High Piled Storage ConsultantsMay 24, 2024permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
2024 CVFD Weed Abatement Contractor Courtesy ListApril 18, 2024weed-abatement community-risk-reduction
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) Plan Review Submittal RequirementsApril 12, 2024permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD CO2 Monitoring Courtesy ListAugust 11, 2023permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD Online Permit Portal InformationMay 12, 2023permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
Fire Hazard Overlay MapMarch 16, 2023maps community-risk-reduction
CVFD Weed Abatement GuideMarch 9, 2023weed-abatement community-risk-reduction
CVFD Ordinance 2022-01March 9, 2023weed-abatement community-risk-reduction
CVFD Fireworks Discharge MapJune 30, 2022maps community-risk-reduction
CVFD Coverage MapJune 30, 2022maps community-risk-reduction
Where To Discharge Fireworks in ChinoJune 30, 2022fireworks community-risk-reduction
City of Chino Municipal Code (Fireworks)June 30, 2022fireworks community-risk-reduction
CVFD PV Solar RequirementsJune 29, 2022permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD Plan Check ApplicationJune 29, 2022permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD Plan Review Submittal ProcessJune 29, 2022permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD Fire Alarm 5G Request FormJune 29, 2022permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD Final Fire Code OrdinanceJune 29, 2022permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD High Piled Storage RequirementsJune 29, 2022permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD High Piled Combustible Storage WorksheetJune 29, 2022permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD Approved Consultant ListJune 29, 2022permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD Filming Permit ApplicationJune 29, 2022permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD Special Event ApplicationJune 29, 2022permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD Carbon Dioxide Systems GuidelinesJune 29, 2022permits-and-plan-review community-risk-reduction
CVFD Master Fee ScheduleJune 27, 2022fees community-risk-reduction
CVFD Fee Ordinance 2017-02June 27, 2022fees community-risk-reduction