Camp Fire snapshot

Last Thursday (May 16), the California Office of Emergency Services released the latest data related to the Camp Fire recovery efforts. Here are some of the estimates of the work done to date.

850,000 tons of concrete, metal, ash and contaminated soil hauled away

150 businesses reopened

$79 million financial assistance disbursed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

90 percent of survivors have found interim/temporary housing

60 percent of FEMA-assisted families have found permanent housing

77 survivors still live in hotels or motels through transitional shelter assistance (TSA)

39 applications for fire prevention projects submitted for FEMA grant funding

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