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Damage to driveway

Janice Hanks outside Redding City Limits
September 5, 2018, 8:15 PM

We live in the county and have a long cement driveway. If the driveway is damaged or destroyed do we have any recourse?

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City Manager's Office over 1 year ago

Hi Janice, if your home was burned and you are having Cal Recycle clean-up debris, they will not remove the driveway. You will need to call your insurance company for guidance on coverage and replacement. You also might visit the Disaster Recovery Center set up at 2685 Hilltop Drive (old Kmart building) to learn about any programs that can help mitigate the costs of driveway replacement.

Thank you!

 


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Janice Hanks over 1 year ago

Our driveway was not damaged by the Carr Fire, we are concerned that it may be damaged by the Cal Recycle clean-up debris program contractor. It is not designed for heavy equipment or tractors with metal tracks. If our driveway is damaged by the clean-up who is responsible for repairs? I am told the contractors have lighter weight equipment that they can use. May we request lighter equipment?

 

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City Manager's Office about 1 year ago

Janice, you should be prepared to replace the driveway. You may be able to cover the cost with the "debris removal" portion of your insurance. If you use it to replace the driveway, keep the receipt. Your contribution to CalRecycle will simply be less the cost of the driveway... or any other debris removal you may have to do. There are options, be sure to check with the DROC to make sure you have explored them all.

 


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