Chipper Day 2023 is September 9, 2023

Prepare your Property for Fire Season! The FCA Fire Safe Council has partnered with Park West, and the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) to provide North Tustin & OPA residents with a chipper day where residents, or or support people, can drop off plant material, free of charge to be properly recycled. Park West will have a chipping machine on site that will be used to dispose of plant material. The objective is to reduce the fire threat level by removing dead, overly dense and overgrown plants from your property.

If you are unable to drop off your own plant material, we can help. Meet us early between 8:00am-8:45am to schedule a curbside pick-up. Curbside pick-up is limited and cannot be guaranteed.

Vegetation management is to reduce wildfire threat by the controlling of plant material surrounding the home. Remove all dead plants within 100 ft of your home and plants on the undesirable list. Examples of undesirables include cypress, eucalyptus, arborvitae, and fountain grass. Prune and trim all plants in the 100 ft zone. Replace highly combustible plants with recommended plants such as White Alder, African Sumac, Citrus, Blue Hibiscus, Chaparral Bloom, and Oleander. Use fire resistant plants where possible.