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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...

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...

At this point there is no program to assist residents in the cost of tree removal. Some insurance policies have a provision for tree removal in their debris removal policies. If there is a program developed, we will make sure to advertise it as soon as possible. Check with your local fire safe council for...

No.  Trees will not be removed as a normal part of this debris removal program.  The exception to this rule is for trees that are considered a danger to the debris removal workers and these trees will be removed to make a safe working environment.

For qualifying customers, wood left onsite after being taken down by PG&E contractors may qualify for PG&E's no-cost wood removal program.  To qualify for this program, the wood removed by PG&E contractors must be: Reasonably accessible by equipment or machinery. Greater than 4 inches in diameter and 6 feet in length. Within 50 feet of...

Markings on trees in the burn area identify the level of threat the tree poses to utilities. The specific markings are explained below: P1 - Tree poses extreme and immediate danger to utilities. Most P1 trees have already been removed or will be removed as soon as possible. P2 - Tree poses danger to utilities...

Private Hazard Tree Removal Program (Private Program)   The Private Program is available to property owners who choose not to participate in the Government Program. • The enrollment deadline for this option is April 30, 2021, with all Hazard Trees required to be removed at a later date. • The property owner must remove their...

Government Debris and Hazard Tree Removal Program (Government Program) The Government Program is available at no out-of-pocket cost to property owners who complete and sign a Right-of-Entry (ROE) form to allow access to their private property for the removal of structural debris and hazard trees. Property owners must submit the ROE form to participate in...

Tree Removal on Private Property Butte County requires property owners to remove Hazard Trees that were severely damaged by the North Complex Fire and that pose an imminent danger of falling onto an Eligible Road or Parcel. A Hazard Tree is defined as a wildfire-damaged tree that in the professional opinion of an Arborist and/or...

SACRAMENTO – Survivors whose homes were damaged in the 2020 California wildfires now have until January 15, 2021, to sign up for the state consolidated debris removal program. The program is also available to property owners with fire-damaged trees in danger of falling on public roads and other infrastructure. See Cal OES press release here.

Survivors of the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history moved a step closer to recovery this week as state-managed crews began clearing dead and dying trees from the burn scar of the 2018 Camp Fire. Read the Cal Recycle/Cal OES press release.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 17, 2020 NORTH COMPLEX FIRE RECOVERY TOWN HALL MEETING CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 TIER STATUS CHANGE Oroville, Calif.— Due to potential widespread toxic exposures and threats to public health and environment in the aftermath of the North Complex Fire, property owners whose homes or other structures burned in the North Complex...

The Government Program for Hazard Tree Removal on Private Property is Complete Tree Removal on Private Property The Town of Paradise and Butte County required 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...

The Consolidated Debris Removal Program has two phases: removal of household hazardous waste and removal of other fire-related debris including hazard trees.  Debris Removal  Program Enrollment/Process Frequently Asked Questions  Debris Removal Eligibility Chart Phase 1 Debris Removal Phase 1 Debris Removal consists of the survey, collection and disposal of household hazardous waste (HHW) at properties...

The Deadline to enroll in the Private Hazard Tree Removal Program is April 30, 2021. Enrollment requires the submission of an approved Arborist's/Forester's Certification Form or Inspection Access Form. Please Note: If you have submitted an ROE form for the Government Program, you are already enrolled in a tree removal program, this deadline does not...

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 required private property owners to remove Hazard Trees on private property that are so fire damaged by the Camp Fire they were a threat to fall into public and eligible private roads traveled by the public. The Town and County worked with the Governor's Office of Emergency Services ...

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...

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