Camp Fire Updates

Join host Matt Fidler for a new segment about the recovery/cleanup effort from the Camp Fire. How to get help, how to provide help, what’s going on now, and lessons we’re learning as we go through this process. And, we want to hear from you - the KZFR listener. Do you have questions or concerns that you haven’t gotten answers for yet? About safety or preparedness, or something completely different? Let us here at the station know. Please email us at fireupdates@kzfr.org

The Camp Fire Updates can be heard Monday through Thursday at 5pm and 7:30pm, and every Friday at 6:00pm. Listen back below

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Donate to NVCF - https://nvcf.fcsuite.com/erp/donate/list


"...Tetra Tech was awarded CalRecycle’s Camp Fire wildfire debris management contract under the state’s Request for Proposal solicitation process in which the contractor was determined to be both responsive and responsible while offering CalRecycle the lowest project price.
In previous wildfire debris removal operations, Tetra Tech has proven to be a reliable debris management contractor, meeting CalRecycle’s high standards for health and safety, performance, and operational accountability. CalRecycle reviews all lab results and either requires additional testing or approves the results before the sites move to the next stage of Phase II, erosion control. All CalRecycle-managed wildfire debris removal operations are conducted with strict contractor oversight measures to protect the health of wildfire survivors, communities, and all workers involved in debris removal efforts, in addition to internal auditing systems to ensure operational accountability. As the severity of recent California wildfires increased, the size of contract awards for debris management and removal increased as well. Given this new reality, CalRecycle has implemented an auditing process to act as an additional layer of oversight on all current and future projects."

Debris Removal Program https://buttecountyrecovers.org/agencies/debris-removal/

Register with FEMA https://www.disasterassistance.gov


Learn more about Aaron Rodgers Community Fund

Free Wattles are being distributed by the Butte County Resource Conservation District - email them directly at BCRCD@CarCD.org  


North Valley Animal Disaster Group (530) 895-0000
North Valley Community Foundation www.nvcf.org  


Paradise Septic Records Request townofparadisestaff@gmail.com

Paradise Parcel Look Up - Visit the Parcel Lookup Tool

Debris Removal Program ButteCountyRecovers.org/debrisremoval

Animal Foster Homes - Find them on Facebook

Financial Assistance Forums: Jan 3rd at 1PM & 5M, Jan 8th at 5PM, 890 Fortress Street, Chico, CA


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Found out more information about the Shasta Youth Alliance by visiting their Facebook page


Comments on Oroville Recycling Project - TDHF@usace.army.mil
Environment Report - https://www.spk.usace.army.mil/CAwildfire/


Animal Control Jurisdictions
Butte County Animal Control (unincorporated)      530-552-3888
Chico Animal Control                                             530-897-4960
Gridley/Biggs Animal Control                                 530-846-4825
Oroville Animal Control                                          530-533-7636
Paradise Animal Control                                        530-872-6275


Tehama County Fairgrounds at 650 Antelope Boulevard in Red Bluff, December 17 through 19 and December 27 through 29 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Redding Public Library at 1100 Parkview Avenue in Redding, December 20 through 22 and January 3 through 5 from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Citrus Heights Community Center at 6300 Fountain Square Drive in Citrus Heights, December 17 through 19 and December 27 through 29 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Contra Costa County Public Works at 255 Glacier Drive in Martinez, December 17 through 19 and December 27 through 29 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Alameda County Sheriff's Station at 4985 Broder Boulevard in Dublin, December 20 through 22 and January 3 through 5 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sacramento County Regional Parks at 10361 Rockingham Drive in Sacramento, December 20 through 22 and January 3 through 5 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m




Sign up your property to debris removal by visiting Butte County Recovers.

If you are a small business would and are interested in loan or improvement programs, visit the Disaster Assistance portion of the Small Business Organization


Stay connected with the Butte Fire Safe Council on their Facebook and official website

Find more information about California Hope Butte County here

The California OES is working with FEMA in regards to the proposed debris clean-up route. Learn more about the California Office of Emergency Services