Prescribed Hazard Reduction Burning

    The Kalamunda Bush Fire Brigade conducts hazard reduction burning for residents within the City of Kalamunda to reduce the risk and intensity of wildfire. We typically undertake our burning program in Spring and Autumn each year (weather dependant).

    If you would like to enquire about the brigade undertaking a hazard reduction burn on your property, please complete the below form and a member of our Hazard Reduction team will be in contact with you.

    The Brigade has a long wait list for hazard reduction burns, and burns are strategically prioritised based on overall risk. It is important to remember that burning should not be considered a reactive approach to fuel hazard management; it is a strategic one. Burning is a fuel hazard management technique that is planned well ahead of time – sometimes years ahead. Residents will typically call on us two years in advance readying us to re-treat their properties so they keep their own targets. Please fill in the contact form and we'll be happy to work with you.

    Please note, if you have a smaller property located within the gazetted district of the Kalamunda Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service, your e-mail will be directed to the VFRS.

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