Committed to Stopping Wildfires
|Brian with CAL FIRE at Fiddletown Road Fuel Reduction Project he advocated for. Butte Fire Butte Fire morning briefing Surveying Butte Fire destruction Plymouth Sand Fire Sup.Oneto (center) organized local businesses and volunteers who gave their time, equipment and money for Lockwood Fire Protection Station 1's new approach.||
Amador County faces the constant threat of catastrophic wildfires. As a lifelong rancher and farmer, Brian Oneto knows that standing up for our rural way of life means protecting our communities, our forests and our private property from fire threats.|
Recently, we have all seen first hand what a raging, out-of-control wildfire in heavy fuels can do to a community. Case in point: Butte Fire and other recent major fires in California.
Brian has had personal experience with wildfires, personally digging fire lines with a bulldozer and felling trees during fires to help stop fires in the Mother Lode and Northern California. As your District 5 Supervisor, Brian's been on the front lines of county efforts to improve fire safety for us all, collaborating closely with local fire safety experts.
Safety is of the utmost importance and Brian Oneto will continue to work hard for District 5.