Where to go to replace passports, green cards, Social Security cards, Medicare cards, tax returns, military records, and US savings bonds
Criminals often try to take advantage of disaster survivors by posing as aid workers, charities, insurance agents, or government officials. Real aid workers never ask for money and always carry official identification.
Watch Video Press Conferences
John Vial of the Emergency Operations Center presented an update concerning overall efforts & upcoming deadlines.
Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to frequently asked questions regarding septic damage and inspections.
FEMA has been authorized to provide direct housing, which can take a variety of forms, including repurposing existing buildings or bringing in mobile or manufactured homes (e.g. "FEMA trailers").
How to replace your vehicle title or registration documents, get a new ID or driver's license, or change your address with DMV
Even those who have insurance may be eligible, but you must register before the deadline. FEMA may be able to cover gaps in insurance benefits for qualified applicants.
Want to rebuild in a way that avoids damage from future disasters? Read these guides and contact FEMA Mitigation Specialists for advice via email at FEMA-R10-MIT@FEMA.DHS.GOV.
If you lost your job or had hours reduced as a direct result of the fires, you may be able to get Disaster Unemployment payments, even if you’re not eligible for regular unemployment benefits. The deadline to apply is Oct. 23, 2020. Learn more in English or Spanish.
Pre-registration for DSNAP runs through Oct. 22.
The first phase of fire debris cleanup is removing Household Hazardous Waste (HHW). EPA teams will be doing this work at no cost to property owners who have signed a Right-Of-Entry form. HHW will be temporarily staged in Central Point and then transported out of the area for safe disposal.
This handout identifies a number of issues that may occur with water well systems following a wildfire and provides a list of contacts and resources.