New Website Offers Easy Access to Fire Recovery Resources

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The City of Redding and County of Shasta have partnered to develop a web page dedicated to the Carr Fire recovery. The website is www.shastareddingrecovers.org. This website includes a variety of recovery resources for residents impacted by the Carr Fire and will serve the entire community of Shasta throughout the recovery process.

Resources available to the public include information on debris removal, rebuilding, damaged property, housing, financial assistance, mental health & wellness, air quality, rain ready, safety updates, maps, and much more.

This website will progress and grow as we access additional resources for our community. It includes a feedback function so the community can tell us what additional resources would be helpful throughout the recovery process. The link will be embedded on both the City of Redding (www.cityofredding.org, click on the Transparency Portal) and the Shasta County (www.co.shasta.ca.us) homepages.

Shasta County and the City of Redding will support our community throughout the long road to recovery. Together, we will build a resilient and stronger community.

For more information, go to: www.shastareddingrecovers.org, call 2-1-1 Shasta, www.211norcal.org/shasta and follow us on Facebook and Twitter: Shasta County Sheriff’s Office @Shastasheriff, Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency @shastahhsa, and City of Redding @cityofredding.

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