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Wildfire Social Media Graphics

The Wildfire Safety Social Media Toolkit has safety and preparedness messages you can share on your social media channels. For more engaging content, attach graphics to social media posts.  Below is a collection of graphics you can share. 

Stay Informed Before a Wildfire Receiving timely information about weather conditions or emergency events can make all the difference in knowing when to take action to BC. Monitor the weather reports provided by your local news radio and TV stations. Sign up for local emergency notifications for your community to receive either text message or email alerts. Always have extra batteries for a battery operated radio and your cell phone.
Stay Informed Before a Wildfire

Wildfire Indoor Safety Protect yourself after a wildfire inside safety. Use caution when entering burned areas. Hazards may still exist, including hotspots that can ignite or trees that can fall without warning. Be careful: avoid walking on smoldering surfaces. The ground may contain heat pockets that can cause severe injury or spark another fire. Check in the attic. If you see smoke or fire get out of the house immediately and call 911. Wear protective gear. Leather gloves and thick sold shoes.
Wildfire Indoor Safety

Wildfire preparedness landscaping against your home. The first home ignition zone (HIZ) is 0 to 5 feet around your home or to the property line. This zone includes the structure itself, any deck/patio/balcony or other outside entertaining space that butts up against the structure of your home. Remove weeds, brush, and other invasive vegetation and debris. Use non-combustible rock mulch instead of standard mulch. Trim grass and flowers 24 inches or less in height. Trimmed back touching or overhanging tree br
Wildfire preparedness landscaping

Protect yourself after a wildfire outside safety. Look out for power poles that may be unstable due to the fire. Stay away from downed power lines and report them to 911 or the power company‘s emergency number. Watch for hazards on the ground. Ash pets, chard trees, smoldering debris, and live embers, and mark them for safety. Check the roof and gutters. If possible with them down to completely put out any smoldering sparks or embers.
Protect yourself after a wildfire outside safety

Last Updated: 05/06/2022

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