I only had burned trees on my property. Is the process the same?

Hazard tree removal involves three main steps.   First, a Registered Professional Forester or Certified Arborist will assess whether there are qualifying hazard trees on the property.  If so, hazard trees will be marked for removal with a blue dots at chest height and a barcode at base of the tree.  Next, the marked trees will be felled and removed.  Finally, state crews will perform a final inspection to ensure all the work has been completed.  At this point the process for returning the property back to the owner is the same as for structural debris.   State Debris Removal Task Force personnel will contact county Debris Removal staff who will in turn notify the property owner. 

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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?