Willow Creek Fire Safe Day and Youth Ecology Fair Pictorial

The Willow Creek Fire Safe Council held their annual Fire Safe Day and Ecology Fair on Saturday, May 19 at Veteran's Park in Willow Creek. Read More →

Fire Safe Fun

Willow Creek’s Volunteer Fire Department Chief Nathan Faulk wears his turn-out uniform while Jamie MacKenzie, (left) fire safe council member, explains the importance of a turn-out uniform and remind children that firefighters are their friends. / Photo by Vonice Nelson, Two Rivers Tribune. Read More →

Opinions (O’Hara–Willow Creek, CA)

Two Rivers Tribune, The Willow Creek Fire Safe Council thanks the community for supporting the 10th annual Fire Safe Day and Youth Ecology Fair, held May 19 at Veteran’s Park. Highlights included fire safety awareness games for kids organized by Jamie MacKenzie with the help of A.O. Kay the clown, nature projects including fish painting […] Read More →

Dedication and Service

Willow Creek Fire Safe Council President Barbara Darst (not pictured) presented certificates of appreciation to outgoing board members Guy Conversano (right), Susan Abbott (left), and Laurel Reimann (center) for their dedication and service to the council. The Willow Creek Fire Safe Council meets the first Thursday of each month and welcomes new members. Fore more […] Read More →

Willow Creek Fire Safe Council Hosts Chipper Day

The Willow Creek Fire Safe Council will be holding a free neighborhood chipper day in Burnt Ranch area on Saturday, Oct. 15. The target is Hennessey Road - up to 4 miles off Highway 299, School Road and Underwood Mtn. Road – up to USFS land 4 to 4 1/2 miles off Highway 299. Read More →

Willow Creek Fire Safe Council Planning 2 Public Workshops for Greater Willow Creek Area

The Willow Creek Fire Safe Council (WCFSC) is planning two public workshops for the public review draft of the Community Wildfire Protection Plan for the Greater Willow Creek Area. Read More →

Willow Creek Fire Safe Council Seeking Active Participants

The Willow Creek Fire Safe Council (WCFSC) is asking community members if they are interested in participating in community meetings to discuss fire safety and forest managment of U.S. Forest Service (USFS) projects around the communities of the Lower Trinity. Read More →