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Fire Evacuees Encouraged to Plan for Care of Sheltered Animals

      BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. – As of Sunday, November 25, 2018, 1,601 animals are being housed at four different shelter locations in Butte County by the Butte County Animal Control, North Valley Animal Disaster Group and the Humane Society of the United States. These animal shelters are temporary locations and not set up … Continued

Shelter Consolidation for Residents Impacted by Camp Fire

      Oroville, CA – Butte County, in partnership with the American Red Cross, has initiated consolidation of shelter locations for residents impacted by the Camp Fire in an effort to ensure the sustainability of shelter accommodations. All shelter sites will transition into either Glenn County Fairgrounds (221 East Yolo St. Orland CA), or Butte … Continued

Second Disaster Recovery Center Opens in Butte County

      News Release Second Disaster Recovery Center Opens in Butte County SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The second Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in Butte County is opening in Oroville, Calif., to provide residents impacted by the California wildfires with local, state and federal disaster resources. The DRC will be open Friday, Nov. 23, 1-7 p.m. … Continued

District Attorney Warns Against Price Gouging During Camp Fire Disaster

Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey reminded the public today that provisions of California’s Anti-Gouging statute are now effective with the Camp Fire emergency declaration on Thursday, November 8. Ramsey said Penal Code section 396 prevents persons from increasing more than 10% the cost of goods, services or rents from the prices before the fire. … Continued

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