Read more about My house was not destroyed but my commercial agricultural barn / tasting room and/or outbuildings were destroyed. Are they eligible for debris removal?

Commercial agricultural properties or structures are NOT eligible to participate in the Consolidated Debris Removal Program. However, they may be eligible if it presents an immediate threat to public health and safety or the environment. This is determined on a... Read MoreRead more about My house was not destroyed but my commercial agricultural barn / tasting room and/or outbuildings were destroyed. Are they eligible for debris removal?

Read more about Is there assistance for school meals for families that have been impacted by the fires?

If a student becomes homeless, even temporarily, due to wildfires or another state/federally declared natural disaster, a verbal confirmation of homelessness from a student, or the student’s family, is all that is required for LEAs to certify the student as eligible... Read MoreRead more about Is there assistance for school meals for families that have been impacted by the fires?

Read more about How will the US Army Corps of Engineers contractor monitor air quality during Phase II debris removal operations?

The contractor’s Debris Removal Operations Plan includes a Community Air Monitoring (CAM) Program. Three air sampling stations and one weather station will be established, one upwind of the work site, one downwind, and one at the nearest sensitive receptor, such... Read MoreRead more about How will the US Army Corps of Engineers contractor monitor air quality during Phase II debris removal operations?