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Historic Disasters - California Wildfires

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced today that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the state of California to supplement state, tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by wildfires from October 8, 2017, and continuing.

A basketball hoop stands twisted by heat. A car destroyed by fire sits in the driveway.

California Wildfires

SANTA ROSA, CA, -- Law enforcement surround the areas of Coffey Park in Santa Rosa, California, where wildfires completely destroyed a neighborhood.

A red clay statue of an angel stands in the burned out remnants of a yard.

California Wildfires - Statue

SANTA ROSA, CA, -- Law enforcement surround the areas of Coffey Park in Santa Rosa, California, where wildfires completely destroyed a neighborhood.

Yuba County Wildfire Survivor Is Registered for Assistance

Yuba County Wildfire Survivor Is Registered for Assistance

Jamie Fields, left, lost his home in Yuba County. Gets help with his registration from Kejuan Johnson of FEMA applicant services outside the Golden Eagle Market. “I understand this takes time,” Fields said. “We lost stuff, but we’ve got our lives. It’s just stuff.”

California Wildfire Public Information Officer William Lindsey met the Lyon's Ranch comfort fox, Chewie, at an interview and invited them to uplift the spirits of disaster survivors at one of our Disaster Recovery Centers. Pictured are William, Chewie and the handler.

FEMA meets Chewie the Desert Fox During an Interview

California Wildfire Public Information Officer William Lindsey met the Lyon's Ranch comfort fox, Chewie, at an interview and invited them to uplift the spirits of disaster survivors at one of our Disaster Recovery Centers.

Applicant Services helps survivors at the Tri-County DRC in Marysville, CA. A male and female survivor sit across a table from Sharon as she helps them with their registration on her computer.

California Wildfire Survivors Register for Assistance at a Disaster Recovery Center

Applicant Services helps survivors at the Tri-County DRC in Marysville, CA.

FEMA applicant services, helped more than 40 disaster survivors outside the Golden Eagle Market in Yuba County. Cesar is seated at a picnic table with computer equipment while Russell stands nearby.

Applicant Services Staff Help Survivors Register for Assistance

Cesar Davila, left, and Russell O’Brien of FEMA applicant services, helped more than 40 disaster survivors outside the Golden Eagle Market in Yuba County

 A van caught in the wildfire sits on a street.

California Wildfires - Van

SANTA ROSA, CA -- Law enforcement surround the areas of Coffey Park in Santa Rosa, California, where wildfires completely destroyed a neighborhood.

A burned tricycle sits as the sun sets over a neighborhood reduced to ash.

California Wildfires - Bicycle

SANTA ROSA, CA -- Law enforcement surround the areas of Coffey Park in Santa Rosa, California, where wildfires completely destroyed a neighborhood.

A US Flag stands in the foreground surrounded by a burned out vehicle and debris left from a fire.

California Wildfires - US Flag

SANTA ROSA, CA, -- Law enforcement surround the areas of Coffey Park in Santa Rosa, California, where wildfires completely destroyed a neighborhood.

Russell O'Brien,left, Individual Assistance Liaison for Yuba and Nevada counties, and Jim Macaulay, Butte County Division Supervisor, at the Tri-County Disaster Recovery Center in Yuba County. Russel and Jim stand outside of the Yuba County Disaster Recovery Center.

Yuba County Disaster Recovery Center

Russell O'Brien, left, Individual Assistance Liaison for Yuba and Nevada counties, and Jim Macaulay, Butte County Division Supervisor, at the Tri-County Disaster Recovery Center in Yuba County.