Carr Fire Wildfire Recovery – Two Public Surveys Examine the Community’s Ongoing Recovery and Preparedness

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Many people living in Shasta County are still recovering from the Carr Fire and other local wildfires that took place in the summer and fall of 2018. To support ongoing planning and recovery efforts, Shasta County Health and Human Services posted two surveys to learn more about current needs and future preparedness.

Wildfire Health Survey:

How the fires affected your household’s physical and emotional health.

Disaster Preparedness Survey:

Disaster preparedness in your household and community before and after the fires.

Who should complete the surveys?

  • Anyone who was living in Shasta County during the Carr Fire or other local wildfires that took place in 2018.
  • Only one person per household should respond.

The public is invited to complete one or both surveys by the end of June 2020. All answers are anonymous. A report based on the surveys will be released to the public later this year.

-from press release
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