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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 4, 2020 FEMA APPROVES PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FUNDING FOR TREES ROOTED ON PRIVATE PROPERTY THAT MAY FALL ON ELIGIBLE PRIVATE ROADWAYS OROVILLE, Calif. – Butte County and the Town of Paradise recently received notification that FEMA approved public assistance funding for the removal of Hazard Trees rooted on private property that are...

County to Accept Tree Removal Right-of-Entry Forms and Inspection Access Forms Through February 21, 2020 OROVILLE, Calif. –Butte County and the Town of Paradise require property owners to remove Hazard Trees burned by the Camp Fire. A Hazard Tree is any tree burned by the Camp Fire that poses a threat to fall on the...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 20, 2019 BUTTE COUNTY AND TOWN OF PARADISE SEND LETTERS TO PROPERTY OWNERS REGARDING HAZARD TREE REMOVAL PROGRAM Oroville, Ca— The Camp Fire recovery process continues to move forward as debris removal programs near completion and hazard tree removal programs begin. Butte County and the Town of Paradise recently mailed letters...

Tree Right-of-Entry (ROE) Centers to Open for Tree Removal Program, Community Meetings Scheduled   OROVILLE, Calif. – The Paradise Town Council and the Butte County Board of Supervisors passed ordinances today requiring the removal of hazard trees damaged by the Camp Fire from private property that may fall into public roadways. Property owners may enter...

The Town of Paradise and Butte County require private property owners to remove Hazard Trees on private property that are so fire damaged by the Camp Fire they are a threat to fall into public and eligible private roads traveled by the public. Enrollment packets were sent to newly eligible property owners in March. If...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 25, 2019 Hazard Tree Removal Program Approved for Trees on Private Property that may Fall on Public Roads OROVILLE, Calif. – Butte County and the Town of Paradise requested public assistance funds to remove burnt, hazard trees on private property that could fall and affect roads and living areas. The request...

Tree Removal on Private Property The Town of Paradise and Butte County require private property owners to remove Hazard Trees on private property that are so fire damaged by the Camp Fire they are a threat to fall into public and eligible private roads traveled by the public.  Property owners must enroll in either the...

PG&E Wildfire Assistance Program Accepting Applications for Aid Those displaced by the 2017 Northern California wildfires and 2018 Camp fire can apply for aid through an independently administered Wildfire Assistance Program funded by Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E). PG&E’s $105 million fund, approved by the judge in PG&E’s Chapter 11 cases, is intended to...

SACRAMENTO- A newly launched assistance program offers help for people who need resources to recover from the wildfire disasters that struck late in 2018. The Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) is working to connect fire survivors with resources to help them recover. Trained case managers can help disaster survivors find assistance with food, clothing, health...

Each week Butte County and FEMA are providing updated statistics concerning a wide range of categories of recovery information. Click here: Butte County Recovery Statistics for June 17, 2019 Click here: FEMA Recovery Statistics for June 17, 2019 You can find current reports by clicking here.

Butte County June 01, 2020 Report May 26, 2020 Report May 18, 2020 Report May 11, 2020 Report May 04, 2020 Report April 24, 2020 Report March 09, Report March 02, 2020 Report February 24, 2020 Report February 18, 2020 Report February 10, 2020 Report February 03, 2020 January 27, 2020 Report January 21, 2020...

Click the links below to read the most recent  Myth vs. Fact sheets. California Wildfires Myth vs. Fact III California Wildfires Myth vs. Fact IV

  SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Immediate Disaster Case Management (IDCM) is a federal program that assists disaster survivors with resources they may not realize are available. The program pairs non-profit resources with one-on-one case management. It is being offered at four locations next week across Butte County. Please note, the Butte County Employment Center is a...

Better Business Bureau (BBB) Tips As evacuees return to their homes and begin to assess the fire damage, one of the biggest questions on their minds might be how to rebuild. Although there is usually an outpouring of support and generosity from the public after a tragedy, unethical businesses may also emerge to try to...

Resources and Tips for Selecting and Working with Contractors and Other Vendors During Your Rebuild Contractors State License Board (CSLB) Disaster Help Unscrupulous, unlicensed contractors often prey on victims of natural disasters. It is a felony to contract without a license in a declared disaster area. Consumers can protect themselves by using CSLB's resources to...

Resource Links: Town of Paradise Butte County Contractors State License Board Better Business Bureau Insurance Claims Help As our community recovers from the unprecedented wildfires disaster, it is our top priority to help those affected with the rebuilding process. The County and City have similar, but separate processes for rebuilding. It will be important to...

Citizens uniting together to rebuild their neighborhoods and community. The Camp Fire Zone Project is designed by citizens to help citizens. In their roles as zone captains, individuals meet regularly to share rebuilding questions, resources, and needs specific to their community. Zone Captains then report back to their community/council leaders with updates and information or...

California Wildfires Myth vs. Fact II Click Here for Printable Version When disaster strikes, some will try to take advantage of the most vulnerable. To dispel some of the rumors circulating on the internet and social media about recovery efforts following the 2018 California Wildfires, FEMA is addressing the most common and reoccurring themes: MYTH:...

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