About JONA

A neighborhood many Oregon families love to call home. First and foremost, the Association strives to preserve home values and quality of life by maintaining Jackson Oaks as a high-quality residential community. This unique neighborhood situated between two creeks, bordered by rural farmland on the outskirts of the City of Central Point, offers a prime suburban setting and many convenient area amenities. Central Point has good access to the City of Medford and surrounding communities while providing a smaller hometown feel. Whether it is the local county fair, well-attended High School football games or concerts at the Britt Festival in nearby Jacksonville, the Central Point area is a welcoming community.

FirewiseⓇ Program - Community Education

Preparing homes for wildfire

What are the primary threats to homes during a wildfire?

Research around home destruction vs. home survival in wildfires point to embers and small flames as the main way that the majority of homes ignite in wildfires. Embers are burning pieces of airborne wood and/or vegetation that can be carried more than a mile through the wind can cause spot fires and ignite homes, debris and other objects.

There are methods for homeowners to prepare their homes to withstand ember attacks and minimize the likelihood of flames or surface fire touching the home or any attachments. Experiments, models and post-fire studies have shown homes ignite due to the condition of the home and everything around it, up to 200’ from the foundation. This is called the Home Ignition Zone (HIZ).

Learn more about how wildfires spread and ignite home in our online course Understanding the Wildfire Threat to Homes. An overview of fire history, fire basics, and how homes burn.

https://www.nfpa.org/Public-Education/Fire-causes-and-risks/Wildfire/Preparing-homes-for-wildfire

All JONA documents are stored here.

Do you have changes you want to have approved for your property? This Web Based form allows homeowners to start the process quickly and efficiently.

The purpose of this section is to improve communication and raise awareness of the neighborhood rules and procedures to assist rental owners, rental companies and tenants. The owner/agent is responsible for providing the Association a completed Rental & Lease Tenant Information form within ten (10) days of the execution of a new rental/leasing agreement or when the agreement is renewed or modified.

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