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Individual homeowner self-assessment
Helpful tips for homeowner self-assessments:

Although this is a "self-assessment," we recommend having your neighbor perform the assessment on your home, and you do the same for their home. 

Don't get caught up with the points; there is no "bad grade". This assessment's purpose is to help you become aware of the fire hazards around your home.

 

Start with fixing things you can control (ie: cleaning your gutters) instead of being overwhelmed by the bigger, maybe impractical projects (ie: replacing the siding on your home).

This assessment could be performed every year, as wildfire risk reduction is an ongoing effort. It's not a "one and done"; risk reduction requires continuous maintenance.

*If you live in a neighborhood or development, you must have at least 5 neighbors sign up as well.

A self-assessment can sometimes be a little overwhelming. You can request NCFS staff and/or a Wildfire Preparedness Coordinator to help evaluate your risk and suggest actions you can take to reduce your risk. 

These forms were created by the North Carolina Forest Service.

Have questions or want more information?

We are here to help! Contact us today.

Mountain Valleys RC&D Council

4388 US Hwy 25-70, Suite #3
Marshall, NC 28753


(828) 206-6159
contact@mountainvalleysrcd.org

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