Did the FHRP fee get removed? When did this happen?

The City of Ventura has cancelled the billing program associated with the Fire Hazard Reduction Program (FHRP) effective immediately. During a special meeting on Monday, December 19, 2022, the Ventura City Council voted to stop billing charges and refund all fees paid by property owners for the program. Watch a recording of that meeting on the City's YouTube channel, or read the detailed Staff Report.

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1. Why do I need a Fire Hazard Reduction Inspection?
2. Why am I getting a notice? How do I know if I'm in compliance?
3. Did the FHRP fee get removed? When did this happen?
4. What if I already paid the invoice?
5. What if I haven't paid my fee but have a pending invoice?
6. Will this fee be reinstated for the 2023 FHRP season?
7. Why do I have to clear 100 feet?
8. What vegetation do I need to maintain?
9. When will the inspections occur?
10. I don’t own 100 feet of land. Do I have to still clear 100 feet?
11. How do I schedule an inspection?
12. How do I update my mailing address?
13. How do a schedule an inspection with the Building and Safety Divison?