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Be alert! Situations can change rapidly amid critical fire conditions.
The California Department of Social Services (CDSS) has announced that individuals and families impacted by wildfires may be eligible to receive Disaster CalFresh food benefits as part of continuing disaster recovery efforts. Get more information about food benefits available to additional wildfire victims.
Resource Management has information regarding Zogg Fire State Debris Removal Program and current health and safety concerns.
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.
Register your cell phone for Code Red alerts from the Shasta Area Safety Communications Agency (SHASCOM-911).
Wildfire smoke is a mix of gases and fine particles from burning vegetation, buildings, and other materials.
Even someone who is healthy can get sick if there is enough smoke in the air.
These recent wildfire incidents are now inactive and fully contained. More incident information is at CAL FIRE.