Residents affected by the SQF Complex Fire may be eligible for a FEMA award for household repairs not usually covered by insurance. This includes repair or replacement of septic systems and wells damaged by wildfires.
FEMA requires a home inspection before it can make any monetary awards to help survivors. Due to COVID-19, these inspections will be taking place remotely.
A FEMA Mobile Registration Intake Center serving wildfire survivors will open Oct. 20 in Tulare County. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekends.
Information on available disaster assistance and how to apply.
Repopulation efforts and information for those returning from evacuation.
Resources for removing hazard debris following wildland fire.
Evacuation shelters for residents displaced by the SQF Complex Fire.
Damage assessment forms, maps and information for property owners and residents.
For latest information on evacuations orders and road closures.
Resources and assistance for SQF Complex Fire evacuees.
SQF Complex Fire maps, Evacuation Maps, Road Closures and more.
Resources and assistance in evacuating animals from SQF Complex Fire
Ways to help and donate to those impacted by the SQF Complex Fire.
Frequently Asked Questions.