The EPA has been marking the trees with a white X in the City of Detroit.
Arborists determine which trees are deemed unstable. They have no intention in cutting them down. ODOT will be doing Phase II of the cleanup. He also said that the utility companies have been marking trees in orange paint.
LETTER FROM FOREST SERVICE
USFS has designed a plan for homeowners to deal with burned trees on USFS property. Please CLICK HERE to read letter from the Supervisor’s Office to find what you need to gain permission to cut fire damaged trees on Forest Service Land adjacent to private property. Forest Ranger, Penny Keen can be reached for more information at 541.460.8930, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DEBRIS REMOVAL:
Protect your health, the environment, and the community’s ability to rebuild. CLICK HERE for more information.
MARION COUNTY WILDFIRE INFORMATION Disposal and Erosion. Hazardous Waste Removal Information. CLICK HERE.
EPA OREGON FIRES RECOVERY: USEPA has been tasked with surveying, removing, and disposing of household hazardous wastes (HHW) remaining at burned or damaged properties and structures. CLICK HERE
The MARION COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT is organizing a Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC). This is where residents can meet with FEMA (and other agencies) who can help them find programs that they may qualify for, to clear their property and rebuild. They also will try and answer your questions. CLICK HERE
ADDRESSING FIRE DEBRIS From State of Oregon, Federal, and local partners. Full Report andWHY THIS PROCESS IS IMPORTANT. Please CLICK HERE to learn about the recovery process:
- Save money
- FEMA Reimbursement/Eligibility,
- Health threats, and
- Disposal difficulty.
FEMA DISASTER ASSISTANCE AND UPDATE INFORMATION. Please visit HERE, or call 1-800-621-3362 (FEMA). Click this link for the FEMA FACT SHEET: Eligibility and Appeal. Visit this link for information on FRAUD SCHEMES.