Emergency Preparedness

GC Drought Task Force Meeting Agenda 5-12-22

Agenda for the May 12, 2022, Drought Task Force meeting.

EMCC December 8, 2021 Meeting Agenda

Meeting agenda for the 12-8-2021 EMCC meeting

EMCC Meeting Agenda 6-9-2021

Glenn County Emergency Medical Coordinating Council Meeting June 9, 2021 Agenda

USFS BAER assessment South Zone August Complex

Oct. 11, 2020 – Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) specialists from the US Forest Service recently completed their data gathering and verification field work of the August Complex-South burn area.  The Soil Burn Severity map has been finalized.  Soil Burn Severity levels are Unburned/Very Low, Low, Moderate, and High. 
 The map shows that in the August Complex-South fire area, approximately 52% of the 521,256 acres analyzed by the BAER team is either unburned/very low (9%) or low (43%) soil burn severity, while 44% sustained a moderate soil burn severity, and only 4% burned at high soil burn severity. 

Fire Debris Removal Guidelines 2020

Fire Debris Removal Guidelines for recovery from wildfires. This document was provided October 2020.

Hazardous WAste Removal Followinf Wildfire


Onsite Wastewater Treatment System After Fire

An Onsite Waste Water Treatment System (OWTS), can be damaged during a fire resulting in possible pollution if not repaired properly. This document provides guidelines. - October 2020

Wells after Wildfire

General guidelines for returning home and assessing wells for damage following a wildfire - October 2020

Behavioral Health Services During COVID-19 Response

All Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services are still available via Tele-health. Call 1(800) 507-3530 for more information.