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2020 Fire Season is NOT Over Yet

You Cut and Stack, We’ll Do the Rest!


Getting Started

  • Defend your home from wildfire by creating defensible space.
  • Check to make sure your street is included in this chipping event.
  • Clear brush and small trees from around your home.
  • Pile vegetation on the curbside and we’ll do the rest!


What’s Acceptable

  • Branches, limbs and other woody vegetation up to 8″ in diameter.
  • The chipper program is designed for residential use only. NO commercial use.
  • NO construction or building materials. Must be gree of wire and nails.
  • No poison oak, vines, grass clippings or bags of leaves.
  • No trash, weeds, rocks, concrete, etc.
  • Piles only, no bags.

Loma Mar and Dearborn Park
Saturday and Sunday 10 am – 4 pm

  • November 7 and 8
  • November 14 and 15

Drop off is located at Redwood Glen
100 Wright Dr, Loma Mar

Assistance with material pick up is available.
Please contact:

For more information, please contact the San Mateo Fire Safe Council.
650-712-7765 x 115 or

Event support by the Loma Mar Fire, community volunteers, Fire Safe San Mateo County, San Mateo RCD.
Funded by San Mateo County Office of Sustainability.