Livestock Pass Program

Santa Clara County has created a “Livestock Pass” program to provide a uniform way of identifying commercial livestock producer owner-operators and managers to firefighting personnel, law enforcement officers, and other emergency personnel. Possession of a Livestock Pass during a wildfire or a similar disaster may allow a ranchers with 20 head, or more, of livestock limited emergency access to restricted areas for the purposes of:

1) Feeding, watering, or caring for livestock sheltering in-place or

2) Evacuating livestock

A four-hour fire safety training is required to participate in the Livestock Pass Program. This training class has been approved to meet the Livestock Pass program requirements and will be provided by Santa Clara Unit of CAL FIRE.


Fire Safety Training - RSVP REQUIRED!

Training will be provided by the Santa Clara Unit of CAL FIRE.

Saturday, July 30, 2022
8am – Noon


Please contact Colleen Dehertel at 408-201-0672 or [email protected] to RSVP
If you would like to learn more about the program, confirm eligibility requirements, receive an application, please contact:
Drew Raymond, Deputy Ag. Commissioner – 669-250-9998
Julie Morris, Ag. Liaison – 831-245-5367
Sheila Barry, UCCE Livestock Advisor – 408-282-3106

Livestock pass application.

To submit the application you can email [email protected] or Fax: (408) 286-2460

Printable Flyer

Livestock Pass program overview

Livestock Pass Program Liability Disclosure

Location: Santa Clara County Division of Agriculture

80 W. Highland Avenue, Building K

San Martin, CA 95046

 

 

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