||- NEW: October 11, 2018: Redwood Valley Rebuilding Meeting: 6:30pm at Eagle Peak Middle
School. This is from the Friday, September 28, 2018 Ukiah Daily Journal.
- 06/08/2018: CalFire released the report on the causes of October fires. To read the Mendocino
Voice's article, click here. To read the complete CalFire report (pdf format) on the causes of the
October fires, from CalFire itself, click here.
- March 24, 2018; Redwood Fire Rebuild Expo took place at the Mendocino College. For more
information, click here.
- To see the Army Corps of Engineer's illustration of their clean up efforts in the area affected by
the all of the October fires, click here.
-> Fire Recovery Community Meetings are held on Wednesday evenings, 6:30pm, once a month
at the Eagle Peak Cafeteria (8601 West Road, Redwood Valley). Here are the dates, April 18 and
May 16 (from North Coast Opportunities).
To see the complete video of the February 22 meeting (from Mendocino Voice), click here.
To see the complete video of the March 21 meeting (from Mendocino County), click here.
To see the videos of the other Community meetings (from Mendocino County's website), click
- Here is the all encompassing informational web page, regarding fire recovery, from Mendocino
County: Click here.
- North Coast opportunities Fire Resource Guide is now available online or at the Conference
Center or the NCO Office.
- On November 8, 2017, Redwood Valley Community held a meeting regarding insurance
questions related to the fire on YouTube, click here.
- The Mendocino County California Fire Safe Council has several useful links for land owners
trying to recover their land resources after the fire and more. Click here.
- The North Coast Opportunity (NCO) provides financial assistance to those affected by the fires
through their Fire Relief Fund. To visit their website, click here.
- To see the whole Redwood Valley Community meeting held on October 24 at the Redwood
Valley Grange and to learn about the Disaster Assistance Center (DAC), click here.
- Lost birth certificates, marriage certificates and other certificates issued by the county visit the
Mendocino County Recorder's Office's web page, click here.
- Lost Social Security related documents, visit the local office's website for office hours and
other information, click here.
- Lost your US Passport, complete Form DS-82, to get the form in question (pdf format), click
- Lost your driver's license and other vehicle related documents go to the DMV or click here.
- Lost your Green Card? Use USCIS form I-90, Click here.
- Lost your certificate of citizenship? Use USCIS form N-565, Click here.
- USCIS has set up a web page for those of you who lost immigration related documents in the
fires, Click here.
- Lost your house or vehicle or other things, visit the FEMA website, Click here.
- Need information about other things (water safety, clean up safety etc...), Click here.
- To read District 2's Congressman Jared Huffman's Office's very comprehensive "Resource
Guide: 2017 Wildfires, (pdf format), click here.
- To read California's District 2 Assembly Member Jim Wood' s very comprehensive "Resource
for Victims of Northern California Fires", click here.
- To read District 5's Congressman Mike Thonpson's Office's very comprehensive "Fire
Recovery Guide", click here.
- For more information, click here.
More information maybe posted as received
||- Mexican citizens who lost important documents (Mexican Passport, matricula, etc...),
Ciudadanos Mexicanos que han perdido documentos importantes (Pasaporte, matricula, etc... El
Consulado General de Mexico en San Francisco tiene un numero de telefono para ustedes.
Llama al (415) 699-1885, tambien para leer el comunicado de prensa del Consulado, click here.
||- French citizens who have lost documents in the fires and need help can contact the French
General Consulate in San Francisco or click here. Citoyens Francais qui ont perdu leurs
documents Francais dans les feux peuvent contacter le Consulat General de France a San
Francisco ou, cllquez ici.