After debris removal and soil testing, what are the next steps?

After all debris has been removed and soil testing meets the cleanup goals, contractors will return to install erosion control devices best management practices or BMPs.  Depending on the site, these may include straw, wattles, silt fences or other products.  If eligible hazard trees have been identified on your property, these hazard trees will be felled and removed. After all work has been completed, State Debris Removal Task Force personnel will conduct an onsite inspection of the property to confirm that all project specifications have been met. The State’s Debris Task Force will then report to Plumas County Debris Removal that your lot is clear. Debris Removal will then send you a certificate of completion, and you will be ready to rebuild.

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1. How can I follow the status of Debris Removal?
2. I have seen my property or recently driven by. It looks like debris removal is complete but I am unsure. What’s next?
3. What is soil testing? Why is this being performed and who tests the soil?
4. After debris removal and soil testing, what are the next steps?
5. I only had burned trees on my property. Is the process the same?
6. What is a hazard tree?
7. What do I do if I disagree with the completion of work?
8. When can I rebuild?
9. What do I do with destroyed vehicles?
10. They didn’t take my propane tank. What do I do?
11. If you have other questions?