The AFFSC area is dotted with vineyards, wineries, farms, and ranches. During the Gold Rush, Fair Play was a prosperous little mining town with several stores and hotels. Our area is bounded on the north and west by the Middle Fork of the Cosumnes River and on the south by the South Fork of the Cosumnes River. The eastern boundary abuts the Omo Ranch FireSafe Council area. Topography of the area is rolling hills, with elevations ranging from EL. 896 feet to EL. 3095 feet.
The AFFSC area encompasses approximately 33 square miles (21,000 acres) which includes the Showcase Community Service District, the Outingdale Home Owners Association (EID purveyor of water) , and eight neighborhoods with 1,481 parcels ranging in size from small lots to 40 acres, and a few parcels of about 250 acres. Approximately 1,000 parcels are developed (68 percent), with about 481 undeveloped. Interspersed in the subdivided land are individual parcels of BLM and USFS lands. The area includes two mobile home parks, Pioneer School District (Pioneer School, grades K-4, and adjacent Middle Creek School, grades 5-8), and numerous vineyards and wineries. The AFFSC areafalls fully within the Pioneer Fire Protection District.
Check out the maps below to find out if you are in the Aukum Fairplay Fire Safe Council area and in which neighbor you reside.