The County of San Diego is actively clearing bush in the canyons as a precaution. Look closely in the photo to see the workers caring for the canyon. This is Rose Canyon in Clairemont. San Diego is sprinkled with canyons. They make some of our streets confusing and interesting at the same time. These urban jungles are fascinating glimpses into local nature. People living on canyon rims in San Diego are blessed with animals as neighbors and hiking options right outside of their door. With good there is always some bad. Fire is the balance. San Diegians living on the canyon both respect and fear fire. If a fire gets into a canyon it may travel quickly and easily.
The combination of drought, hot weather and active fires in San Diego is a reminder to conserve water, stay as cool as possible and keep dry bush to a minimum. Plan your watering schedule. Whenever possible turn off the A/C and conserve energy. Chop down the dry bush around your home.
The victims of the fires in San Diego may find themselves unable to return to their homes. These people may be displayed for several months. If you are impacted or someone that you know please encourage them to contact us for placement in a rental home.
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