Community Wildfire Protection Committee

The Brasada Ranch Residential Owner’s Association has established the Community Wildfire Protection Committee as a standing Committee of the Association. The purpose of the Brasada Ranch Community Wildfire Protection Committee (CWP) is to provide a reference documenting wildfire hazards, solutions and the financial impact of those solutions while improving the education of residents and homesite owners on these hazards. Please review the approved Committee Charter and reach out to Marrissa Rainey, HOA Manager at marrissar@brasada.com or 541-526-6815 to volunteer for the CWP Committee. All candidates will be reviewed and approved by the Brasada Ranch Residential Owner’s Association Board.

Next Meeting Date: Monday, September 23rd –  Ranch House Library (4pm – 5pm)

Committee Members:

Beth Stewart

CWP Committee Chair

bstewart59@gmail.com
541-910-8860

Dennis Merrill

dcmerrill@ykwc.net
503-784-5180

Ashley Oliver

akoliver13@gmail.com

Marrissa Rainey

Staff to Committee

marrissar@brasada.com
541-526-6815

Community Wildfire Protection Resources

Resources

Listed below are links to useful resources:

 

Crook County Fire & Rescue Information

Brasada Ranch Management was asked by the Board to gather information regarding the Crook County Fire & Rescue’s program as it pertains to Brasada Ranch. The CC Fire & Rescue is supported by a combination of both paid and volunteer employees. The nearest station is located in Powell Butte on Reif Rd. and is manned 24/7 with both paid and volunteer firefighters, paramedics and EMT’s. The volunteer staff is trained through a comprehensive program.

The community of Brasada Ranch falls under the fire department’s mutual and automatic aid services. In the event of a confirmed structural fire with the Brasada Ranch community, aid is automatically dispatched from Bend, Redmond, Powell Butte/Prineville. When needed Crook County Fire & Rescue may also call other counties to scheduled additional support if necessary. This is mainly used in the event of a forest fire. Response times vary based on the location within the community, however most of the homes within the community are roughly 5-8 miles from the Powell Butte Station.

The Crook County Fire & Rescue Battalion Chief and Fire Marshall, Russ Deboodt encourages Brasada Ranch residents to reach out to him at 541-447-5011 with any questions.

In the event of a fire, please call 911 and if applicable reach out to our onsite resort services team at 541-948-7555 to assist.