The Resiliency Council has identified the following Priorities and projects.

Immediate Priorities:

  • Connect community organizations, governmental agencies, and individuals to organize and unify the community response to the Creek Fire.
  • Support and partner with other private and public organizations to address erosion, site cleanup, drainage, watershed, and soil stabilization on private and public lands.
  • Educate the public, policymakers, affected individuals, and governmental agencies on priority issues and community efforts through social media, the website, clinics, tours, and site visits.


Current Task Forces:

We have established and are organizing the following Task Forces of Resiliency Council members, Fund Ambassadors, and volunteers to organize community recovery efforts:


Resiliency Fund Projects:


If you would like more information about these Projects, please contact us at or visit our Resiliency Fund Volunteers page to volunteer.