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FireSmart Home Partners Program Application Form

Fill out the application form below to request your FireSmart home and property assessment.
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Are you the property owner or legal representative?
If a legal representative, is the property owner(s) aware of this application?
Have you completed the following FireSmart actions on your property:
Note: Only applicants who have completed these FireSmart actions on their property already will be eligible to receive a FireSmart Property Assessment.
Removed leaves, pine needles and other debris from lawn, roof and gutters?
Mowed grass and weeds within 10 metres of your home to 10 centimetres or less?
Moved combustible items such as firewood piles and propane tanks at least 10 metres away from your home and/or deck?
Cleared vegetation and debris along both sides of your combustible fence line?

Note: In order to be eligible, all duplex parties must individually apply for and be accepted into the program. Both property owners (or authorized representatives) must be present at the same time for the assessment. In order to determine eligibility for multi-family applicants, we will call you to further discuss the number of units and the property management structure.

For single family applicants
For duplex applications
Do you have a party-wall agreement?
Note: Property owners who join the Home Partners Program may be asked to complete defensible space work and fire resistant construction retrofits to their home in order to qualify for a FireSmart Mitigation Certificate. These mitigation actions are strictly voluntary, but may be required in order to earn a program certificate. Property owners must seek and attain all required permits and/or HOA/Strata approval before removing trees from their property and/or initiating new construction or alternations to their homes. Perparing for wildfires is an ongoing, long-term effort that requires maintenance and upkeep does not guarantee home survival. More information on FireSmart guidelines are available at www.firesmartcanada.ca.
Does this property have a wood shake roof or wood shake siding?
Are you willing to replace your roof and/or siding (if identified as a risk) to obtain a FireSmart Mitigation Certificate?
Check all that apply
Are you willing to create defensible space as suggested by your Home Partners property assessor, and based on FireSmart Canada guidelines?
Are you willing to implement and maintain mitigation measures for this property, as suggested by your Home Partners property assessor?
Note: Property owners who join the Home Partners Program actively participate in an on-site assessment with a FireSmart home assessor. This professional assessment—estimated to take two to four hours to complete—will identify the strengths and weak links in a property’s defenses and recommend actions to take in order to reduce wildfire risk.
Do you agree to participate in the on-site assessment?
Right of Entry/Hold Harmless Agreement
I/we agree to be bound by the terms above

The personal information collected on this application is collected under the authority of section 33(c) of Alberta’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. It will be used to review your application and if your application is successful it will be used for contact purposes in the future. If you have questions about the use of your personal information please contact Serena Quinn at Serena.Quinn@rmwb.ca or call 780-762-3600.

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