There is still time for local residents to sign up for the state’s Consolidated Debris Removal Program by submitting a Right of Entry (ROE). The deadline has now been extended until Nov. 30.
So far, debris removal work is happening on the ground with 1,308 properties in nine counties are participating in the no cost state-managed Program, which is administered by Cal OES and the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle), in collaboration with county officials.
Property owners opt into the program by submitting a Right-of-Entry form (ROE) to their county, which allows the state to begin work on their property and incur no direct costs for the removal of burned metal, concrete, ash and contaminated soil from their properties.
Right of Entry
Under the program homeowners enroll through a Right of Entry (ROE) packet that can be completed on-line or in person. The ROE functions as a permit that allows the State’s contractors to enter the property and remove debris. Deadline is now Nov. 30.
Homeowners can obtain more information through the following:
Plumas County Home Page: https://plumascounty.us/2880/Debris-Removal
Call Debris Removal Center: 530-283-7080
Visit the Debris Removal Center located inside the Environmental Health Office 270 County Hospital Road Suite 127, Quincy