FEMA: What's Next for Camp Fire Evacuees

FEMA says there's still an ongoing campaign to get more trailers for Camp Fire survivors.

Posted: Dec 19, 2018 4:23 PM
Updated: Dec 19, 2018 4:46 PM

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - FEMA says there's still an ongoing campaign to get more trailers for Camp Fire survivors.

FEMA says they have trailers and RV homes in Glenn County, Old Orchard, Rosewood and Rolling Hills Casino in Corning. They'd also like for people to utilize Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers for assistance while they get more trailers.

The Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers are located in Alameda, Tehama and Shasta counties as well as Sacramento. 

i think that we are pretty much concluding the fact that we should be able to accomodate everyone that's asked for one," said Latanga Hopes, a representative with FEMA. 

There is no word yet on where trailers will be put in Chico, if any at all. Gridley is expected to have 350 trailers.

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