Fawn Fire Information
Fawn Fire Debris Removal Requirements and Options
AT&T Assistance for Customers Affected by Disaster
Damage Assessment Map
Information for returning home after a wildfire
California Department of Toxic Substances Control to assist Fawn Fire survivors
Be alert! Situations can change rapidly amid critical fire conditions.
For information on fires in Shasta County and beyond, visit the Wildfire Information Map or CalFire.
Those who are evacuated due to wildfires are urged by the California State Insurance Commissioner to contact their insurance provider. Evacuees may have homeowner or renter insurance to help with evacuation and relocation costs under Additional Living Expenses coverage, known as ALE. ALE coverage typically includes food and housing costs, furniture rental, relocation and storage, and extra transportation expenses. Other new consumer protections for wildfire survivors can be found here.
Resource Management has information regarding Zogg Fire State Debris Removal Program and current health and safety concerns.
Removing fire debris or disturbing the ash footprint may cause you to be ineligible for state/federal debris removal assistance. More information
Shasta County was added to the Presidential Major Disaster Declaration.
Zogg Fire victims may apply for federal assistance from FEMA to help pay for needs such as rent, home repair and replacement, medical costs, and other disaster-related expenses.
See public damage assessments and household hazardous waste assessment and removal progress.
Local and statewide recovery resources are available for individuals impacted by wildfire.