Radium Hot Springs has opened the process to develop a Community Wildfire Resiliency Plan.
Officials with the Village said the plan is meant to identify the hazards and look for strategies to better protect the community against wildfires.
A survey is available until April 30 for residents to provide their insights.
“The work is being completed by a registered professional forester with Nupqu Resource LP. This brief survey will help to inform the CWRP,” said Village officials.
Funding for the project comes from the Union of BC Municipalities.
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