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Community FireSmart and Resiliency Committee Guidance

If you are part of a First Nations or local government community and are interested in ensuring that your community is supporting effective FireSmart activities that will increase your community’s resiliency to wildfire, this document will assist you in forming a Community FireSmart and Resiliency Committee (CFRC).

Community FireSmart and Resiliency Committee Terms of Reference

This template is provided as an example of a Terms of Reference, please edit and adjust to suit your specific needs and goals.



For all information regarding Community Resiliency Investment (CRI), and the three streams.

FireSmart Door Hanger Template

FireSmart door hangers provide Local FireSmart Representatives and Wildfire Mitigation Specialists a quick checklist to leave for homeowners.

FireSmart In Action Sign

If you have a FireSmart project in progress then you can use this customizable sign. Please refer to the template guide for instructions on how you can make your own customizations.

FireSmart Mail-out Template and Guide

This mail-out template provides FireSmart partners a quick and easy way to send out mail to their communities. Use the Mail-out Guide for instructions on how you can customize the template to suit your needs.

Farm and Ranch Wildfire Preparedness

Agriculture faces unique challenges from wildfire. Farmers, ranchers, First Nations and governments can all take simple steps to prepare ahead of time.

FireSmart Activities and COVID-19

Wildfire season might be coming to a close but COVID-19 is here to stay in the meantime. FireSmart is a shared responsibility that requires your attention even while we’re social distancing, washing our hands and being kind, calm and safe.

Partner Initiatives

FireSmart depends on partners all across our province - and country - that are organizing initiatives to make their communities safer. Here are stories submitted by our partners on how they're utilizing CRI funding to prepare and take action.

FireSmart Critical Infrastructure Assessment and Guide

The FireSmart Critical Infrastructure (CI) Hazard Assessment Form is a numerically ranked process that is intended for assessing vulnerability of systems, facilities, technologies, networks, assets and services essential to the healthy, safety, security or economic well being of British Columbians and the effective functioning of government.

FireSmartBC Promotional Catalogue

The following items have been approved as standard FireSmart® BC promotional items. Purchasing of these items is to be done through Queen’s Printer only.

FireSmartBC Information Sheet

The FireSmartBC Information Sheet was developed to provide an overview of resources, training, and materials available.

FireSmartBC LFR Facilitator policy

The key to the success of the FireSmart Canada Neighbourhood Recognition Program (FCNRP) are the Local FireSmart Representatives (LFR). This document outlines the requirements for FireSmartBC Facilitators.

FireSmartBC LFR Facilitator Training package

This package should be completed by a BC FireSmart Committee (BCFSC) Facilitator Trainer before a Local FireSmart Representative (LFR) can be considered an LFR Facilitator in BC. This package outlines the BCFSC LFR Train the Trainer program.

FireSmart Assessment Work Hours Estimate Form – Rebate Program

As part of the Community Resiliency Investment (CRI) program, there is potential for homeowners to be compensated for performing FireSmart activities on residential property or homes.