SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Residents in Butte, Los Angeles and Ventura counties who suffered damages from the Camp, Hill or Woolsey wildfires have 15 more days to register for assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Friday, Feb. 15, 2019 is now the last day to register. See Full PDF
The County of Ventura hosted a community information event today to provide information on flood and mud preparedness to communities impacted by the Hill and Woolsey Fires. Information provided at the event can be found here.
The presentation including information provided at the event can be found at the link below: County of Ventura Flood and Mud Preparedness Information December 2018
SAFE CLEAN UP OF ASH Instructions for dealing with ash / LIMPIEZA PARA CENIZAS Instrucciones para tratar la ceniza
If your home was impacted by the Woolsey-Hill fires, here are some health precautions to take after you return home and before you begin the clean- up process. We do not advise ash clean-up while ash is still falling and the situation is unpredictable. Wait until conditions improve. See full PDF Si su hogar […]
Take Part in an Evacuation Research Study! A group researchers from the University of California, Berkeley is interested in knowing your wildfire evacuation story and how you were impacted by the recent wildfires. They are looking for participants to fill out a simple survey regarding the recent wildfire evacuations. The survey will take about 20 […]