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Wilderness Ranch
Our community in the Idaho mountains
 
 

This Web site serves as an information resource for Wilderness Ranch owners and residents as well as those interested in our community.

~ News & Alerts ~
ALL Water Advisory Restrictions Lifted-8/17/16
Posted on Aug 17th, 2016
From Butch Anderson, WROA Water Supervisor onAugust 17, 2016:
 
ALL Wilderness Ranch Water Advisory Restrictions Are Lifted!  Thank You.
 
Final WROA Budget for Fiscal Year 2017
Posted on Jul 27th, 2016
Click here to view/download the final budget for fiscal year 2017. This fiscal year runs from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017.
 

~ Wilderness Watch Newsletter ~
 
Articles and SpeakOut! letters for the September issue of Wilderness Watch are being accepted until September 5. Contact the Communications Committee if you have an article or letter to submit.
 
Back issues of Wilderness Watch can be found on the Communications page.

 

 
~ Upcoming Events/Meetings ~

None listed at this time.


~ Ranch Hands ~
You can be a Ranch Hand without joining a committee or coming to a meeting -- simply be a good neighbor.
  • The speed limit on all Ranch roads is 15 mph. During the summer months, your neighbors are walking, running, and riding on the roads. Keep them in mind as you drive; slow down and be especially careful on the curves. Safety is no accident!
  • Help a neighbor who needs a hand with clearing brush, limbing trees, or removing other hazardous fuels from around his or her home. 
  • Have you limbed trees and removed "ladder fuels" from around your house? That job needs to be done before fire arrives. Fire crews will have limited time to help you, and any extra time spent at your home is time lost to help others and get crews back on the fire line.
  • Do you have an evacuation plan in the event of a wildfire? Do your neighbors have plans? Start a conversation and find out what your neighbors plan to do. That way you'll know how to help each other out should you choose to evacuate.

~ Firewise Tips & Tools ~
Fire season has officially arrived! Visit www.firewise.org or www.idahofirewise.org to read articles and watch videos to help you understand what it means to create or improved defensible space around your home. An hour a week is all it takes to start making your home more resistant to wildfire. Please be sure to track your firewise activities. It’s a great way to see how your efforts are paying off!
 
If you haven't already done so, prepare your family and important belongings for evacuation. If you haven't make an evacuation plan, visit the Firewise page on this Web site for a list that will help you get started.