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GCHNA IS A RECOGNIZED
FIREWISE USA COMMUNITY
• Firesafe Mitigation Form
Help is needed from residents
for continued qualification as
a Firewise Community.
• Certificate of Recognition
from the National Firewise Program
(give to your insurance company
for a potential discount)
• Firewise and Fire Safety Information
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GCHNA consists of approximately 240 member households in a geographic area of 467 improved parcels. As a group, we entertain several topics relevant to our community.
Fire preparedness is high on the list and GCHNA has been recognized as an active Firewise Community since 2012 by the Firewise USA program. We work with our local partner, the Fire Safe Council of Nevada County, to fulfill their mission to help all homeowners in Nevada County “prepare for and survive the next catastrophic wildfire in a truly public-private partnership.”
We encourage you to share your ideas and perspective on how we can utilize our collective involvement for the greater good of our community. There are many opportunities for all of us to participate, and just a little bit goes a long way.
Reach out to your neighborhood representative to discuss how you can get involved!
Newsletters: We send out a newsletter three times each year. Past issues can be found by clicking here.
Steering Committee Meetings: Meetings are held on the first Mondays of February, April, June, August, October and December from 7 pm to 8:30 pm at the Community Room at the Madelyn Helling Library. All members and neighbors interested in learning more about GCHNA are welcome to attend!