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Mobilizing the people of Santa Clara County to protect their homes, communities and environment from wildfires

Mobilizing the people of Santa Clara County to protect their homes, communities and environment from wildfires

Lexington Hills Community Wildfire Protection Plan

Lexington Hills CWPP Area Map
Lexington Hills CWPP Area Map
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(Map created by Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District)
Lexington Hills Fire – 1985
Lexington Hills Fire – 1985
(Photo from CAL FIRE)

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 Approved Lexington Hills CWPP

The Lexington Hills CWPP has been approved by CAL FIRE and the Santa Clara County Fire Department as the local fire agencies responsible for this area and by CAL FIRE as the State Forester and by the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors.

Lexington Hills CWPP Updates

Related Information

Summit Fire Tour by Rick Parfitt
CAL FIRE Battalion Chief Darrell Wolf takes Rick Parfitt on a tour of the Summit Fire.

Funding

The Lexington Hills CWPP development was funded by contributions from the major stakeholders, community organizations and individuals. See below for the contributors and donors to this CWPP development and how you can help!

Lexington Hills CWPP Development Stakeholders

The major stakeholders for the Lexington Hills CWPP Development are:

  • CAL FIRE (California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection)
  • Community Organizations (including Aldercroft Heights County Water District, Chasewood Road Association, Chemeketa Park Mutual Water Company, Gillette Mutual Water Company, Redwood Estates Services Association and others)
  • Homeowners in the Lexington Hills CWPP area
  • Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District
  • San Jose Water Company
  • Santa Clara County Fire Department
  • Santa Clara County FireSafe Council
  • Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department
  • Santa Clara Valley Water District

Donations

Donations to help fund the Lexington Hills CWPP Development are appreciated. We did not have a federal grant for this CWPP development and it was funded by contributions from the major stakeholders, community organizations and individuals. The Santa Clara County FireSafe Council is a non-profit organization which relies completely on donations and grants to further our mission to keep Santa Clara County residents, property and wildlands safe from the devastating effects of wildfire.

Donations are tax-deductible and all donations, large or small, are gratefully accepted and deeply appreciated.
You may donate online by PayPal or by sending us a check.  Please visit our donations page for details.

Donations and contributions for the Lexington Hills CWPP Development have been received from:

  • CAL FIRE (helicopter time for the CWPP Development consultants)
  • Aldercroft Heights County Water District, $1,500 (representing homeowners in the Lexington Hills CWPP area)
  • Chasewood Road Association, $350 (representing homeowners in the Lexington Hills CWPP area)
  • Chemeketa Park Mutual Water Company, $1,000 (representing homeowners in the Lexington Hills CWPP area)
  • Gillette Mutual Water Company, $100 (representing homeowners in the Lexington Hills CWPP area)
  • Hitachi Data Systems, $5,000
  • Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, $5,000
  • North Aldercroft Association, $2,000 (representing homeowners in the Lexington Hills CWPP area)
  • Redwood Estates Services Association, $3,000 (representing homeowners in the Lexington Hills CWPP area)
  • San Jose Water Company, $5,000
  • Santa Clara County Fire Department, $13,000
  • Santa Clara County FireSafe Council, Funding for coordination and other expenses
  • Santa Clara County, $10,000
  • Santa Clara Valley Water District, $5,000
  • Individuals, $100

Major contributions for the Lexington Hills CWPP Development were received from:

  • CAL FIRE (Expertise, data, time and transportation to facilitate the CWPP Development)
  • Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District (Funding, expertise, data and time)
  • San Jose Water Company (Funding, expertise, data and time)
  • Santa Clara County Fire Department (Expertise, data and time)
  • Santa Clara County FireSafe Council (Funding, expertise, data and time)
  • Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department (Expertise, data and time)
  • Santa Clara Valley Water District (Funding, expertise, data and time)

CAL FIRE Property Inspection Guide

For more information view / donwload the Lexington Hills Community Wildfire Protection Plan Handout.
Please direct your questions or comments to our Programs Manager.
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