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What is Shasta County's response to fees etc. related to rebuilding?

Sarah Haddox outside Redding City Limits
September 6, 2018, 6:52 PM

I am concerned that there is no specific answer provided by Shasta County regarding its approach to rebuilding within the County, not the City of Redding. Several specific questions have been asked but the only answers provided are relative to homes within the City of Redding, not to those outside the City. Is the County taking the same approach as the City, that is, waiving some fees, streamlining the planning and building process, providing a step-by-step guide to rebuilding? I appreciate the efforts the City is taking but am concerned I have not heard or read anything specific to the County. The vast majority of homes lost were outside of the City. Those of us in the County expect the same level of assistance from our local government as provided to City residents. A more County-specific response is long overdue. Thank you.

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City Manager's Office 11 months ago

Hi Sarah, Shasta County rebuilding information can be obtained by calling their Resource Management Office at 225-5761. You can also find some information on their website at https://www.co.shasta.ca.us/index/drm_index/bldg_index.aspx

Thank you!

 

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Sarah Haddox 11 months ago

As my original question/comment stated, there is no specific information from the County regarding anything it is proposing to do to assist those homeowners in the County to rebuild. The information on the County website applies to building in general anywhere in the County and has no information regarding rebuilding after the Carr fire.

 


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