The project is to implement the Riverside County's 2018 Weed Abatement Program pursuant to ordinance no. 695, as amended, requiring the abatement of flammable and combustible vegetation that can potentially become a fire hazard. Abatement activities will adhere to the removal practices specified in the Field Training Manual Decision Making Guidelines.
The Riverside County Fire Dept Hazardous Reduction Office conducts annual field inspections of unimproved lands throughout the unincorporated areas of Riverside County. The purpose of the annual inspection is to identify hazardous vegetation or combustible material on properties which pose a hazard or potential hazard to the safety of the landowners, residents in the vicinity, users of public in general. As a result of these site specific inspections, property owners of targeted parcels will receive a Notice of Violation and Order to Abate which will indicate the method and amount of clearance required for compliance.
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