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Mosquito Fire Local Assistance Center – September 21st-24th

Cris Alarcon, News@InEDC.com

(PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA) Sept 20, 2022 — El Dorado County, the State and non-governmental organizations will provide a one-stop shop with critical services for residents who have been impacted by the Mosquito Fire. Citizens can replace lost or destroyed vital documents (ID, financial information, etc.) and get connected with support services to assist in their recovery.

September 21st-23rd (12-4PM) and September 24th (10AM-4PM), 2022
330 Fair Lane, Placerville

RESOURCE/AGENCY SERVICES PROVIDED:


Recorder – Clerk
• Replacement of certified copies of vital records (Birth, Marriage & Death) at no cost to the resident.
• Replacement of all recorded documents pertaining to real property, such as Deeds, Deeds of Trust, Mortgages, UCCs, etc.

Assessor
• Can provide property owners with a printout containing details about any property, APN, legal description, last recorded document and various property characteristics like sq. ft., bedroom, bath count etc.
• Information on the process for calamity reduction in property taxes.
• Base year transfer information under Prop. 19. Elections • Can provide access to voting and replacement ballots for the November 2022 election.

Library
• Community Health Advocates can provide additional assistance with access to resources.
• Information about library services.

Planning and Building
• Information regarding the Re-Build process, including the necessary  resources, forms, and contact information for the various review agencies.

District Attorney
• Information about fraud and ways to protect against it.

Treasurer – Tax Collector
• Information regarding secured and unsecured property tax bills. Printing 2022-23 tax bill.

Environmental Management
• Information about recovery process and environmental impacts Health & Human Services Agency.
• Self-Sufficiency services enrollment and replacement Department of Insurance (CDI).
• Provides assistance on handling delays, additional living expenses, under insurance disputes, etc.

Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
• Can respond to questions and provide the forms needed to assist individuals in replacing DMV documents, such as drivers’ licenses, identification cards, vehicle registration certificates and certificates of title California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) Formerly.

Board of Equalization (BOE)
• Provides disaster relief to taxpayers, fee payers, and business owners who live in or own businesses in counties where a state of emergency exists. Survivors may be eligible to receive free replacement copies of tax records and may be eligible to receive a one-month extension on filing their tax returns.

CalOES
• Pertinent information from the State’s Office of Emergency Services Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD).
• Can assist with manufactured housing questions including repairs, installations and/or registration and titling American Red Cross.
• Provide compassionate care to those impacted California Southern Baptist Disaster Response.
• Critical Incident stress management, personal property recovery.

Tzu Chi Foundation
• Assistance for those impacted.

United Methodist Committee on Response (UMCOR)
• Clean-up buckets, assistance for those impacted United Policyholders
• Non-profit that advocates/provides information and support for survivors as they navigate through the insurance claim process

New Morning Youth and Family Services
• Therapy and other services for impacted families, bilingual

El Dorado County Food Bank
• Gift cards and food

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