Jackson County, Oregon, USA

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Rebuild Guides for Fire Victims

14 September 2023

Fire Hardening Grant Deadline Extended

Money Available for Fire Hardening Improvements of Homes, Businesses Damaged in 2020 Wildfires.

7 November 2022

Highway 99/ Bear Creek Corridor Visioning and Strategic Plan

17 September 2021

Wildfire Resiliency Permit Center

Expedited rebuilding permits for fire-affected structures in unincorporated areas

6 May 2021

Wildfire Insurance Resources

11 March 2021

Federal Dollars, State Collaboration Help Affected Communities on the Road to Recovery

Cash assistance for under insured, mental health help, and legal assistance available. 

3 November 2020

Residential property owners opting out of government assisted wildfire cleanup

DEQ Fact Sheet

DEQ strongly recommends property owners NOT perform cleanup themselves because it is dangerous.

21 October 2020

Post-Wildfire Septic Information

Frequently Asked Questions

6 October 2020

What work can I do without a permit?

When it is deemed safe to return to homes in wildfire affected areas, repairing and rebuilding can begin. To expedite the permit process and avoid unnecessary filings, here is some helpful information:

6 October 2020

Manufactured Homes

Before you purchase a new or used manufactured dwelling, check with the Jackson County Development Services Building and Planning divisions for permit and land use requirements.