BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The county will now accept right-of-entry forms for the Camp Fire debris removal process through Feb. 15.
The Governor's Office of Emergency Services, Butte County and the Town of Paradise decided to extend the deadline after hearing from many Camp Fire survivors that need for more time in making decisions and gathering information about the debris removal process.
Property owners must sign up for a fire debris removal of their homes, businesses or other structures that have had 120 square feet or more burned from in the Camp Fire.
Property owners who choose to hire a private contractor must sign up for the Alternative Fire Debris Removal Program by submitting a work plan to Butte County Environmental Health. The deadline for the alternative program is Feb. 28, 2019.
To download a right-of-entry form, CLICK HERE.
To learn more about Phase 2 of the debris removal program, CLICK HERE.
Right-of-entry forms can be submitted in person at the following locations:
Disaster Recovery Center at the Chico Mall (1982 E. 20th Street in Chico) - Hours: Monday - Saturday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Right-of-Entry (ROE) Center 202 (Mira Loma Drive in Oroville) - Hours: Monday - Saturday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Right-of-entry forms can also be submitted via email at ROE@buttecounty.net.
Right-of-entry forms can also be mailed in at the following address:
ATTN: Butte County Environmental Health
202 Mira Loma Drive
Oroville CA 95965
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