GRIDLEY, Calif.- More Camp Fire survivors are moving into their new temporary homes at the Gridley Industrial Park.
Lindy and Dave Dixon lost their home in Paradise during the Camp Fire and have been living in a hotel for almost 9 months.
Today, they finally recieved the keys to their new temporary FEMA home.
Fire survivor, Dave Dixon, said "I'm a bit overwhelmed, I've been overwhelmed ever since the fire and stuff, im overwhelmed to be here today happy to be out of the motel, happy being some place where we have more of a home life and a yard for our dog, something more than a hotel room."
Crews are still working to finish up the rest of the mobile homes, once they're done there will be a total of 400 units in this fema community.
- Camp Fire survivors move into trailers
- Camp Fire survivors move into new Oroville FEMA trailers
- Camp Fire survivors move into Gridley FEMA trailers
- Camp Fire survivor moves into tiny home
- Camp Fire survivor faces another tragedy, FEMA trailer burned
- Camp Fire survivor RV fire
- Camp Fire survivor turns 100
- Camp Fire survivors receive mattresses
- FEMA Trailers Have Arrived in Corning for Some Camp Fire Survivors
- 40 new FEMA trailers will be placed in Butte County for Camp Fire survivors