FIRE SAFE COUNCIL EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE
The Fire Safe Council has a truck, log splitter, power pole saw, and power hedge trimer available for cabin owners to use for brush cleanup on the mountain. The truck and other equipment is available only for MLIA cabin owners and Mt Laguna residents. Fire Safe Council equipment may only be used on Mount Laguna.
Contact Jack Splinter (858-472-4368 or Richard Willis (619-990-1404) to reserve the truck, log splitter or equipment and make arrangements for pickup.
The FSC owns and maintains a Ford 250 truck with automatic transmission. The fee is $10 per day.
- Sign the truck out and pick up the keys at the Laguna Mountain Lodge store. Give the fee to the Laguna Store owner when picking up the keys.
- The truck is parked at Cabin #718 in Boiling Springs.
- Be sure to return the keys to the Lodge store when you are finished with the truck.
The MLFSC also has a log splitter available for cabin owners’ use to take care of downed wood around their cabin. There is a $20 use fee for the splitter. It is kept at Cabin #472.
This equipment can be picked up at Cabin #702.
Power Pole Saw and Hedge Trimmer: There is no use fee for these two pieces of equipment.
Weed Whackers: The rental fee is $10 per 1or 2 days each, and are kept at
FREE RESIDENTIAL KNOX-BOX FOR YOUR HOME
San Diego County Fire has a program for San Diego county residents to receive a free Residential KnoxBox for your home, if you qualify. This program provides high quality lock boxes at no cost to eligible residents. San Diego County Fire will install them on or near the front door of the home.
A spare house key is stored inside the lock box. In case of a medical emergency or life-threatening disaster firefighters can open the Knoxbox box and use the key to gain access in case you can’t open the front door to let them in.
IMPORTANT FIRE SAFETY REMINDER TO ALL CABIN OWNERS
As members of the Mt. Laguna community cabin and private property owners you are very aware of the high fire danger that threatens the mountain especially at this time of the year. However, others may not have that level of awareness.
Please remind all your visitors and those who use your cabin/home of the danger and ways to avoid causing a fire. 95% of forest fires are started by human activity and often by just plain lack of awareness. We have had several near misses in the past.
Thanks in advance for taking action to prevent a forest fire.
EMERGENCY ALERT NOTIFICATIONS ON YOUR PHONE
You can receive fire and emergency alerts regarding your home or cabin on your cell or home phone. Register your phone numbers at Ready San Diego.
MOUNT LAGUNA ~ A FIREWISE COMMUNITY