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Butte County Opens North Complex Recovery Right-of-Entry Center and Information Line

Posted on November 4, 2020

November 4, 2020
Oroville, Calif.—Property Owners whose homes or other structures burned in the North Complex Fire must sign up for Phase II Debris Removal. Property Owners can sign up for the Government Program by submitting a Right-of-Entry (ROE) form by December 15, 2020. Property Owners who choose to hire a private contractor and consultant(s) must sign up for the Alternative Fire Debris Removal Program (Alternative Program) by completing an application and submitting a work plan to Butte County Environmental Health.
A North Complex Fire Recovery ROE Center is now open at 78 Table Mountain Blvd. in Oroville for property owners to submit ROE forms and ask questions about the North Complex Debris Removal program. The ROE Center will be open Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. Property Owners may also call the ROE Center directly at (530) 552.3210.
Butte County is working with the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) and other federal and state partners to facilitate the safe removal and handling of household hazardous waste (Phase I) and other fire-related debris (Phase II). Phase I requires no registration, but Phase II requires that survivors sign up for one of the two programs. Property owners must complete an ROE form to participate in the Government Program which allows access to private property for debris removal.
The ROE form is available online at https://buttecountyrecovers.org/ncf-debris-removal-phase-ii/ or in person at the ROE Center or Butte County Library Oroville Branch at 1820 Mitchell Ave., Oroville CA 95965. Information about the Alternative Program can be found on the recovery website.

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