Camp Fire Victims Forced to Abandon RVs, Property

On Monday, February 4, the Paradise Town Council voted unanimously to repeal an ordinance that allowed people to live on their properties in RVs in areas where the Camp Fire once burned. The ordinance was originally passed in December 2018 to allow town residents to live on their properties damaged by the fire. However, when the town council learned they could lose millions of dollars in federal funding if they continued to allowed people to live amongst the debris, the council took action. The timeline dictating when people must clear their properties is still unknown, but the council says it plans to work with each family in the temporary relocation process.

If you and your family suffered damages during the Camp Fire, please contact one of our attorneys today at (866) 265-0874 for a confidential evaluation of your potential claim. We offer free consultations.