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Welcome to Metro Fire
On December 1, 2000, two local fire districts came together and formed the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District. From public education and training to firefighting, emergency services, search and rescue and more, your Metro Fire professionals stand ready to serve the greater Sacramento region.
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Residential Wildfire Risk Assessment
Metro Fire’s Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) has developed a Residential Wildfire Risk Assessment tool for community members to identify components of their structural ignitability and receive custom information on how to improve its resistance to wildfire. Although eliminating all risk of ignigition in the event of a vegetation is not possible, the goal is to be educated and take steps that will help the community understand how to best prepare for wildfire.
Take the Residential Wildfire Risk Assessment today!