Camp Fire Debris, Dec. 18, 2018, Paradise, CA

INSIDE LOOK Butte County Deadline Looms for ROE, Opt-In

The deadline for Butte County survivors of the Camp Fire to turn in their completed Right of Entry (ROE) form is January 31, 2019. This form enables survivors to take advantage of the State Government-led Debris Removal Program to clear their property of the remnants of December’s wildfire. This video is proof of performance that the program works the way it’s intended — to clear toxic debris left behind by the Camp Fire in a timely, complete and safe fashion with little to no cost to the homeowner.

Featured are a survivor of the Carr Fire in Shasta County, a county resource manager and a Butte County public information officer. There really is no reason for the vast majority of Camp Fire survivors to not utilize the government-led debris removal program.


Shawn Boyd

Shawn Boyd joined Cal OES as a public information officer in 2014 after a 20-year career in television news as a reporter, anchor and executive producer. He's a Cal State Sacramento alum and former US Navy yeoman and Air Force brat.

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