Lytton Post-Fire Examination Report: BC FireSmart presentation May 4

April 27, 2022

The BC FireSmart Committee is inviting residents from the Village of Lytton and Lytton First Nation impacted by the 2021 wildland-urban fire to an engagement session on the findings and recommendations of the Lytton Post-Fire Examination Report. 

Download the full report.



Project Overview: 

The goal of BC FireSmart Committee is to collaboratively maintain and improve the delivery of the FireSmart BC program to better support wildfire preparedness, prevention, and mitigation in British Columbia. 

In the summer of 2021, a rapidly developing wildland-urban fire destroyed a majority of the Village of Lytton and Lytton First Nation lands. In response, a post-fire examination was initiated by BCFSC to draw conclusions about structure loss, fire progression and to maximize lessons learned from the disaster. Incidents like the 2021 wildfire disaster in Lytton do not occur frequently and it is in our collective best interest to learn as much as we can to prevent similar occurrences in the future. 

Objectives of the Session: 

  • To provide residents with the findings and recommendations of the Post-Fire Examination Report 
  • To share information on how the fire traveled in the community of Lytton 
  • To learn initial feelings from residents about the report findings and recommendations 
  • To respond to resident questions, thoughts and concerns in a safe space 

Register to Participate 

Where: Virtual 1.5 Hour Zoom Engagement
When: Wednesday, May 4 from 4 pm to 5:30 pm
Register: If you are interested in participating in this session please visit the following link to register: 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 

Registration to this session is only available to residents of the Village of Lytton and Lytton First Nation