The Camp Fire was the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history and the most expensive natural disaster in the world in 2018 in terms of insured losses.. Named after Camp Creek Road, its place of origin, the fire started on November 8, 2018, in Northern California's Butte County.Ignited by a faulty electric transmission line, the fire originated above several communities .....
Camp Fire Disaster Recovery Ordinance. The Camp Fire Disaster Recovery Ordinance is codified as Chapter 53 of Butte County Code. The Ordinance governs debris removal, interim emergency housing, temporary truck storage and laydown yards, and temporary log storage yards in the unincorporated County both inside and outside of the Camp Fire area.
Camp Fire In Butte County, Prompts Evacuations - Chico, CA - Acting Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an emergency proclamation for Butte County due to the blaze, which has scorched 20,000 acres.
MAPS: A look at the Camp Fire in Butte County and other California fires Statewide, 150,000 remained displaced as more than 8,000 fire crews battled wildfires, with out-of-state crews continuing ...
No, absolutely not. Many of the victims of the Camp Fire fear that they will lose their FEMA assistance if they claim their cash settlement; this is not accurate. PG&E is responsible for the physical, mental, and deadly damage that has impacted thousands of Butte County residents.
Butte County Recovers-The official website for Camp Fire response and recovery. Butte County Fire Safe Council-The Council mission is to provide safety in Butte County through wildfire hazard education, mitigation, and wildfire recovery. Hazardous Tree Removal Program (Flyer)
Butte County officials released the name Wednesday of another victim of the Camp Fire: Rose Farrell of Paradise. She was 99 years old, the oldest person killed in California wildfires this year.
Welcome to Butte County Recovers. The official website for Camp Fire response and recovery.
The Camp Fire on November 8th, 2018, changed the face of Butte County in many ways. The impact was swift and massive, and the eyes of the world were on us for a short time. While the immediate devastation is behind us, as a community we now face a very different landscape with many challenges and opportunities.
The Camp Fire in Butte County has grown to 105,000 acres, but firefighters have gained ground on containment with that number jumping to 20 percent overnight, according to Cal Fire.