State Agencies, Debris Removal Contractors Partner to Reinforce Safety

The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), CalRecycle, California Highway Patrol (CHP) and California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)

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The Cal OES Debris Removal Operation Center (DROC) Provides Tentative Start Dates, Schedule for Debris Removal

Cal OES and CalRecycle, in coordination with local partners, will now provide tentative start dates and a tentative schedule as

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State contractors apply a virgin-based biodegradable mulch to a property in Malibu cleared of debris caused by the Woolsey Fire in order to prevent future erosion. The application of mulch is one of the final steps in the state's Consolidated Debris Removal Program before final inspection reports are sent by state debris officials to local authorities.

Final Inspection Reports for Nearly 85 Percent of Properties Participating in State’s Debris Removal Program Submitted to Local Officials

State officials have submitted final inspections reports to officials in Los Angeles and Ventura counties for  84.99 percent of the

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State contractors use an excavator to help remove debris caused by the Woolsey Fire from a property in the Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park earlier this year. State contractors have cleared eligible debris from 913 of the 926 properties whose owners owners are participating in the state's Consolidated Debris Removal Program.

Final Inspection Reports for Nearly 80 Percent of Properties Participating in State’s Debris Removal Program Submitted to Local Officials

State officials have submitted final inspections reports to officials in Los Angeles and Ventura counties for  77.97 percent of the

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State contractors sort through debris caused by the Woolsey Fire at a property on Corral Canyon in Malibu.

More than 98 Percent of Properties Eligible for State Debris Removal Program Cleared of Woolsey, Hill Fire Debris

State contractors have cleared eligible debris from more than 98 percent of the properties affected by the Woolsey and Hill

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State contractors apply a virgin-based biodegradable mulch to a property in Malibu affected by the Woolsey Fire as part of the erosion control work included in the state's Consolidated Debris Removal Program.

Nearly 700 Final Inspection Reports for Properties Affected by Woolsey Fire Submitted to Counties

State officials at the Debris Removal Operations Center (DROC) in Calabasas have submitted final inspection reports to local officials in

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More than 900 Properties Cleared of Eligible Structural Debris Caused by Woolsey and Hill Fires

State contractors have removed debris generated by the Woolsey and Hill fires from more than 900 properties in Los Angeles

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