The US Geological Survey has published a map showing the Thomas Fire preliminary debris flow hazard assessment. Click the heading above to access additional information and view the map.
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At Tuesday’s (12/26/2017) meeting the Board of Supervisors approved the County’s participation with the California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) Debris Removal Program for Fire Damaged Properties, undertaken by CalRecycle on behalf of the County. This program is available to homeowners with destroyed or significantly damaged structures located within the unincorporated areas. Also known as […]
Increased Risk of Flooding A multi-agency analysis of the burned area is being conducted. This analysis is focusing on evaluating the risk for flash floods, mudflows and debris flows. Once complete, the assessment will be provided on this site so you can familiarize yourself with the potential hazards associated with the burned area. Actions Multiple, […]
As we come together to rebuild our homes and our community it is important to remember that there are some unsavory profiteers willing to take advantage of this vulnerable time. Below are five common crimes that happen after a tragedy: Price Gouging For 30 days from December 5, 2017, the date a state of emergency […]