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​For the most up to date information on the October 2017 Wildfires, please visit our website

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Lake County

Lake County Recovers

Information and Support Hotline: (888) 565-2787​



Calaveras County​​​​​​​​

Butte Fire Recovery Information Page

Information and Support Hotline: (209) 754-1674



How You Can Help

Donate to Fire Victims: CalVolunteers

Federal Assistance

FEMA Registrations: To register, call: 1-800-621-3362 or Online
Registration Deadline is November 23, 2015
SBA Disaster Loans: Call Customer Service Center: 1-800-659-2955
Disaster Legal Services Helpline: 844-657-0479
Red Cross Mental Health and Client Assistance 855-224-2490

Disaster Recovery Centers

Lake County Disaster Recovery Center in Middletown – 21256 Washington St

Lake County Disaster Recovery Center in Clearlake – 14860 Olympic Drive

Calaveras Disaster Recovery Center in San Andreas – 891 Mountain Ranch Road​​

Franchise Tax Board (FTB)

State Tax Relief for Victims of the Wildfires in Amador, Calaveras, Lake, and Napa Counties

Board of Equalization (BOE)

FAQ page that tells business owners how to get assistance and relief from tax filing, late fees and penalties due to disaster

Employment Development Department (EDD)

EDD Assistance for Valley and Butte Wildfire Victims

Cal Fire

Board of Forestry Protection: Request for Exemption from the Fire Prevention Fee Due to Natural Disaster



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​Get Links to Current Incident Information

​For up-to-date information regarding the current fire conditions in San Diego, there are a number of resources available.

​Learn How to Protect Your Family and Home from Wildfires

  • Find out what hazards are in your area

  • Firewise provides information on securing your home, including teaching tools, proper fire defense landscaping, and wildfire preparedness.

  • Learn how you should prepare for an emergency

  • Be sure to check out our blog more coverage on this year's wildfire season.


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