Read more about 23. Will the State’s Debris Task Force use local contractors in this effort?

The State’s Debris Task Force will choose a prime contractor who will hire subcontractors. The State’s Debris Task Force will make every effort to encourage the prime contractor to use local subcontractors. If you have any questions regarding the Consolidated Debris... Read MoreRead more about 23. Will the State’s Debris Task Force use local contractors in this effort?

Read more about 22. Can I use my debris removal insurance policy to remove items that are ineligible for removal under the Consolidated Debris Removal program?

Yes. If you have a specified amount for debris removal in your insurance policy, you may use your insurance proceeds to remove fire related debris that is ineligible for removal under the program (e.g., swimming pools, patios, trees, etc…). The local government... Read MoreRead more about 22. Can I use my debris removal insurance policy to remove items that are ineligible for removal under the Consolidated Debris Removal program?

Read more about 21. If I participate in the Consolidated Debris Removal Program, will the local government have the right to take all of my insurance proceeds?

No. The local government will only seek reimbursement from the insurance carrier as stated above. The local government will not attempt to collect any insurance proceeds designated for rebuilding. Read MoreRead more about 21. If I participate in the Consolidated Debris Removal Program, will the local government have the right to take all of my insurance proceeds?

Read more about 20. What portion of my homeowner’s policy will the local government collect for debris removal?

It depends on the policy that you have. There are generally two types of debris removal coverages in a homeowner’s insurance policy: Specified Amount: If your homeowner’s insurance policy contains a separate, debris-specific clause, the local government will only... Read MoreRead more about 20. What portion of my homeowner’s policy will the local government collect for debris removal?

Read more about 19. If I have homeowner’s insurance, can I still participate in the debris removal program?

Yes. However, to avoid a duplication of benefits provided by the state or federal government, your insurance company may be required to provide payment from your policy designated for debris removal to the government. Read MoreRead more about 19. If I have homeowner’s insurance, can I still participate in the debris removal program?