Camp Fire Resources

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire community of Butte County as we move on to rebuilding in the wake of the Camp Fire. The health and safety of our neighbors and visitors is our top concern and we want to ensure our community and those visiting the area have the most up-to-date information, in accordance with the appropriate authority’s direction.

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Support & Aid

Health & Safety

How to Help

  • Volunteer
    • If you are interested in volunteering, you can sign up with Caring Choices online here. They have had an overwhelming response to the Camp Fire and are processing applications as quick as possible. There will be a need for sustained help during the recovery process.
  • Donate


  • People
    • Housing & Lodging
      • Local hotels have been impacted by the fire and are close to capacity. As things change in the next few days and weeks, you can check local hotel availability here: Butte County Lodging
      • AirBnB – Free Accommodations for Relief Workers and Evacuees; search for available lodging here.
    • Shelters

Additional Resources

  • Printable Post-Disaster Checklist for Camp Fire Victims

    November 2018 (PDF)

  • Who to Contact to Replace Valuable Documents

    November 2018 (JPG)

  • Information About Disaster Recovery Centers

    November 2018 (PDF)

  • 3CORE Camp Fire Relief Business Assistance Fund

    December 2018 (PDF)

  • Common Insurance Phone Numbers

    December 2018 (PDF)

  • Mail Service Disruption
    • The Paradise, Magalia, and Sterling City post offices have reopened
    • Customers may pick up their mail at the following alternate location: Chico Midtown (Hours: M – F, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.), 141 W 5th Street, CA 95928
    • Residents can contact the United States Postal Service for direct mail inquiries at 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777)
  • Local News Resources