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October 9, 2017 3:38 AM

Local Fires Recovery Info. - Lobo Fire and McCourtney Fire

The Emergency Operations Center is currently in the recovery phase from the Lobo and McCourtney fires. The EOC is currently assisting affected residents by connecting them with local, state, and federal resources and services.

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Latest Update:

November 17, 2017 7:08 PM

Nevada County Behavioral Health (in partnership with FEMA, California Dept. of Healthcare Services, and 211 Nevada County) secured funding to provide Disaster Response Counselors for residents affected by the fires.

To speak to someone, call 211 or or 1(844) 319-4119 if dialing from a phone that is not in the (530) area code.

More Information about Disaster Response Counselors

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November 14, 2017 6:08 PM

CalRecycle is starting their assessments and clean-up of the fire damaged properties that have signed a Right of Entry (ROE) form this week. So far, Nevada County has received 33 signed ROE forms, which is a large majority of damaged properties in our County.

Participating in the free clean-up by CalRecycle and the State is not mandatory. For property owners that would like to clean their own property via a contractor or themselves, the County has created helpful guidelines for property clean-up.

Guidelines for Ash and Burn Debris Clean-up and Removal After a Fire
November 7, 2017 2:11 PM

FEMA is at the Eric Rood Administrative Center during business hours today to help residents affected by the October fires with their Individual Assistance claims. Stop by to ask questions or apply for Individual Assistance!

More Information on Individual Assistance from FEMA