Shasta County Wildfire Information

Current Wildfire Incidents

  • 2-1-1 is not activated for any incidents at this time.


Recovery resources are available to help Shasta County residents affected by wildfires. Please view the following categories.

Primary Resources

  • American Red Cross: Provides help with basic needs and assistance throughout the recovery process (including how to file claims for loss and damage reimbursement, and information about rebuilding assistance). Anyone who was displaced from their home due to a fire is encouraged to contact the Red Cross.
    • Phone: 800-733-2767 (800-REDCROSS).

Financial Assistance

  • United Way of Northern California:
    • Wildfire Response: Provides immediate one-time financial relief up to $500 per household that sustained 50% or more of damage. The residence must be primary residence.
    • RV Assistance Program: Provides partial RV rental assistance to 2021 wildfire survivors, up to 6 months. Must provide your own RV or trailer.
  • Northern Valley Catholic Social Service (NVCSS): Provides gift cards for gas, groceries, and other items. Limited hotel assistance may be available. Offers emotional support and referrals.
    • Phone: 530-241-3371 (Mon-Fri 8am-5pm).
  • Shasta County Owner-occupied Housing Rehabilitation: Provides loans for low-income homeowners in unincorporated areas of Shasta County to help with home repairs.
    • Phone: 530-225-5160.
  • Nation’s Finest: Serves Veterans in need. Provides help with rent payment and/or deposit, utility deposit, moving costs, and emergency supplies.
    • Phone: 530-223-3211 (Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm).
  • Richard Devylder Disaster Relief Fund: Provides funds to help people with disabilities replace assistive technology (AT) or durable medical equipment (DME) lost or left behind in a wildfire or other disaster in California.
  • FreedomTech Loan: Provides low-interest loans to purchase needed Assistive Technology (AT). Financial loans range from $500 to $15,000. AT might include hearing aids, computers and equipment, adaptive driving equipment, home modification equipment, and more.
  • California Teachers Association (CTA): Provides financial assistance to CTA members who have experienced significant losses due to disasters in California.


  • Northern Valley Catholic Social Services: Provides grocery gift cards and other services.
    • Phone: 530-241-3371 (Mon-Fri 8am-5pm).
  • 2-1-1: Connects to community resources offering food and meals.

Clothing and Household Items

Property Cleanup

  • State Consolidated Debris Removal Program: Provides comprehensive debris removal, hazard tree removal, and environmental cleanup services to property owners at no out-of-pocket cost. To enroll in the program, property owners must submit a Right-of-Entry Permit to their county government. For more information, see Flyer.
  • County of Shasta: Provides resources for recent wildfires in Shasta County.

Insurance Assistance

  • Legal Services of Northern California: Provides legal assistance to fire survivors facing legal issues related to the fire and who are unable to afford a lawyer. Legal assistance may include issues regarding: impact of fire on job, disaster-related public benefits for families impacted by the fires, landlord issues, working with mortgage lender in the event of a total or partial loss, personal property damage, and other expenses related to the fire.
  • Tenants Together: Provides information about tenant rights after a natural disaster.

Additional Resources and Information

  • CodeRED: Public safety agencies encourage all Siskiyou County residents to register their phones with CodeRED to be notified of emergencies, such as evacuations during a wildfire.
  • NorCal Services for Deaf & Hard of Hearing: Provides assistance to wildfire survivors with hearing loss.
  • Vital Records: Provides information about how to replace vital records after a disaster.
  • CalTrans – State Highway/Route Information: Provides current State Highway/Route information.
  • Haven Humane Society: Provides evacuation shelter, emergency food, and supplies for pets in need.
    • Drop-in for service Monday-Saturday, 8am-5pm, at 7449 Eastside Road, Anderson.
    • Phone: 530-241-1653.
  • 2-1-1: Connects to a variety of health and human services.


Fire-Specific Resources

FAWN FIRE (See general resources listed above and specific resources below.)

  • United Way of Northern California – Stable Housing Opportunity Program (SHOP): Provides up to $2,500 financial assistance to Zogg Fire survivors who are at-risk or currently experiencing homelessness and have identified a housing solution and need financial assistance to pursue or secure it.
    • Must first apply for case management with Northern Valley Catholic Social Services (above).
    • Phone: 530-604-3306 (Theresa Azevedo)
    • Email:

CARR FIRE (See general resources listed above and specific resources below.)

  • NorCal Community Recovery Team (CRT): Long-term recovery group developed to help Shasta County residents impacted by the Carr Fire. Assesses unmet recovery needs in the community that still exist after initial federal assistance and community support have been distributed. Although case manager services ended as of August 4, 2020, one is still encouraged to contact Teri at Salvation Army Redding Corps with any unmet needs.
    • Phone: 530-222-2207, x207. Ask for Teri Lewis.
  • ReCoverCA Disaster Housing Assistance: Provides grants for homeowners of single-family or manufactured housing units that were affected by the Carr Fire. Grants of up to $500,000 are available for eligible homeowners still rebuilding. Full eligibility information is available online. The survey must be completed by July 30, 2022.

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