Camp Fire Support

To everyone affected by the Camp Fire, our hearts go out to you. We’ve built this page to help you access resources that may be helpful as you navigate the next steps. As a local Paradise company we understand how much everyone has gone through and want to do what we can to help rebuild our community.

How we can help

As Phase II of clean up comes to a close, it is leaving many people with damaged septic tanks, large depressions waiting to become a hazard, and unsightly stumps from mass tree removal. We can help get your lot back in shape and ready to build on or sell. We will evaluate, repair, and replace your septic systems if necessary, even help you with filing your claim against CAL OES if they are responsible for the damages. We are equipped to fill the unsightly and hazardous depressions left in the wake of clean up. We also are working closely with Northstate Aggregate to coordinate fill dirt donated by PG&E to offset costs to our customers.

We know there are many companies offering support, and we hope our information and resources help guide you to using the best fit for your needs.

Below we have put together some information to help you through this process


Good Things To Know

  • If you believe CAL OES damaged your septic, file a claim as soon as possible and contact a professional to complete an evaluation.

  • Remember, clean up and returning to normal will take time. Please be patient as everyone works hard to help people get back home.

  • Be wary of contractors working outside their license classifications. Any contractor will be able to provide you with their license number and you can look up their information through the Contractors State License Board.

Below are resources that will hopefully help with your recovery journey.

Butte County Recovers

Make It Paradise

PID Water Recovery Map

Camp Fire Recovery Zone Project

PG&E Energy Incentives

Veterans Resource Center

Work For Warriors - No military or veteran affiliation required - Career placement services have been extended to any impacted California resident

SBA Small Business Loan