CALIFORNIA — FEMA recently provided an update on its efforts to bring more travel trailers and mobile homes to the Northstate for Camp Fire victims, reported KRCR News.
FEMA reported that they are currently in negotiations with cities about two sites where they could potentially place hundreds of mobile homes. FEMA would not release which cities they were speaking with.
These sites will need to be constructed with utility hookups but FEMA says they have water and sewer near by, which will help speed up the process.
FEMA added they are also in the process of purchasing around 400 pads in the Northstate that are already equipped with utility hookups and they have already leased 100 and are looking into 30 to 40 other options.
Read the full article at KRCR News.