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City warns residents about fire danger 

Weed clearing due by June 1

Weed abatementAs we head into the summer season, the Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services issued a statement reminding residents and property owners about the city’s weed abatement program. This program is designed to keep the city fire-safe by ensuring that yards and larger land parcels are cleared of combustible weeds and debris. These properties within the City need to have all weeds mowed, disced, or otherwise removed to lessen the fire hazard.

The city asks that yards and lots are clear of all combustible vegetation, such as dead leaves, weeds, brush, and tree limbs no later than June 1, 2014. Property owners should also remove excess trash, wood, or other combustibles from their property.

If you have questions about the requirements, need the names of contractors that do weed and lot cleaning, or have any other questions, please call the Department of Emergency Services at (805) 227-7560, or visit our office at 900 Park Street in Paso Robles. Thank you for helping to make Paso Robles a fire-safe community.


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