Properties in or near a fire threat zone are
at a higher risk for wildfire damage. Be
energy smart and protect your home by
taking advantage of rebates on
fire-resistant measures, planting approved
shade trees, and following any Anaheim
Fire & Rescue recommendations to
improve safety in wildfire zones.
Fire Safety Rebates
Fire-Resistant Attic Insulation
is a layer of fiber that reduces the risk of fires starting in the attic while at the same time decrease the energy demands of heating and cooling systems. The effectiveness of this insulation is evaluated by its Class Fire Rating and R-Value, which quantifies heat exchange resistance.
Class 1 (A) Fire Rating
(Invoice must detail Fire Spread 0-25)
R-30 rating or greater
Home Utility Check-Up
Learn about simple, practical ways to reduce
your utility bill by increasing water and energy
Receive free energy and water saving devices
which may include LED lights, low-flow
shower heads, faucet aerators, toilet flappers
and hose nozzle shutoffs.
Receive a personalized report on
recommended action items and rebates you
may qualify for.
Visit ANAHEIM.NET/UTILITIES to schedule an
are designed to block embers and fire from entering the home through the attic during extreme situations such as wildfires or local vegetation fires.
Installation of Fire Resistant Attic Insulation is Required
Product must be approved under the California Fire Marshal’s Building Materials Listing Program for use in Wildland Urban Interface Areas
$250 rebate when combined with Fire Resistant Attic Insulation.
Home Safety Visit
A personalized fire safety assessment of your home conducted by an Anaheim Fire & Rescue expert. Learn about testing and maintaining your smoke alarms and if needed, receive a replacement. Learn how to prevent home fires and what to do in the event of a fire. Visit ANAHEIM.NET/FIRE to schedule a visit.
TreePower offers a number of FREE fire-resistant shade trees that meet fire threat zone guidelines. Visit ANAHEIM.NET/TREEPOWER for an approved plant selection.
within 30 feet of all structures or to
the property line:
• Trim trees regularly to keep branches a minimum
of 10 feet from other trees
• Remove branches that hang over your roof and
keep dead branches 10 feet away from your
• Remove or prune flammable plants and shrubs
within 30-100 ft of all structures or to
the property line:
• Remove vegetation and items that could catch
fire from around and under decks
• Remove fallen leaves, needles, twigs, bark, cones,
and small branches
• Create horizontal spacing between shrubs and trees
• Eliminate opportunities for a vertical "fire ladder" by:
- removing branches beneath large trees for a 6 foot
- allowing a minimum clearance of 3 times height of
shrub underneath a tree