Si ya ha solicitado la ayuda federal por desastres a FEMA, pero todavía tiene preguntas sobre su solicitud, ¡AÚN HAY AYUDA DISPONIBLE!
Survivors can meet with a FEMA representative in-person to discuss their application
If you already applied for Disaster Assistance with FEMA, but still have questions, FEMA representatives will be in Phoenix July 30th through August 2nd to help
See the status of rebuilding efforts for wildfire-damaged properties in Jackson County.
By the end of August 2021, FEMA expects to have installed enough transportable temporary housing units (aka FEMA trailers) to house all the fire survivors who have been approved to receive a unit.
Deadline to apply for no-cost property cleanup was June 7, 2021
Almeda wildfire debris removal is nearing completion. The deadline to apply for no-cost property cleanup was June 7, 2021
Learn more about the timeline and progress of wildfire debris cleanup efforts.
Con artists may prey on wildfire survivors looking to rebuild
Watch out for con artists posing as contractors. Scam attempts may come by phone, mail, email, or in person. Follow these tips to protect yourself.
Looking for a way to help those affected by the wildfires?
The Oregon Health Authority will provide free well water testing vouchers to private or "domestic" well users impacted by the 2020 Oregon wildfires. Apply for a voucher from February 1 - May 15, 2021 at https://go.usa.gov/xAycC.
Watch Video Press Conferences
John Vial of the Emergency Operations Center presented an update concerning overall efforts & upcoming deadlines.
New shelter hotline is 833-669-0554
The temporary hotel shelters previously managed by the Red Cross are now operated by the Oregon Dept of Human Services. Wildfire survivors should call 833-669-0554 for help with hotel or meal issues.