49 FIRE LOCAL ASSISTANCE CENTER HOURS EXTENDED
Placer County's one-stop local assistance center, which offers assistance to families and businesses affected by the 49er Fire, will be open two days longer than originally announced. New dates and hours are Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 8 and 9, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The Center is in the Placer County Government Center (DeWitt Center), located at 11517 F Ave. on the corner 2nd Street and F Avenue. See PDF on Local Assistance Center. Link to Aerial view, or Click for Google Map.. Temporary street signage is in place to prepared to aid residents who come.
In the County’s Local Assistance Center, families and businesses can meet with agencies to receive information and get assistance in meeting their near and long-term needs. They may also receive assistance in retrieving lost legal documents. County agencies will include Health and Human Services, Building, Planning, Environmental Health, Clerk-Recorder, Assessor and others.
State agencies include the CAL-EMA (California’s Emergency Management Agency), the Department of Insurance, the California State Licensing Board, the Department of Public Health Vital Records, Employment Development Department, the Franchise Tax Board, Board of Equalization and the Department of Motor Vehicles. Non-profit agencies, such as the American Red Cross, and Salvation Army are also onsite.
Placer County Executive Officer Thomas M. Miller declared a local emergency, which was ratified by the Board of Supervisors in a special meeting at 8:30 AM Wednesday, Sept. 2.
Placer County's Government Center is located between Atwood and Bell Roads in North Auburn. To drive to the Local Assistance Center, take Highway 49 to Willow Creek Drive, which leads directly to a roundabout and F Avenue. on the other side.Aerial View map courtesy of Google Maps©