JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – Oregon Senior U.S. Senator Ron Wyden said rent for 2020 fire survivors who are living in FEMA temporary housing will not be due until May 1st. In February, FEMA sent letters to survivors of the 2020 ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —Survivors from the devastating wildfires fires, living in FEMA housing, will soon have to start paying rent. The temporary housing unit program through FEMA was extended until September 15th. By law, FEMA says it has to charge ...

TALENT, Ore. – Local wildfire survivors are getting the option to buy the FEMA trailer they’re currently calling home. It’s something FEMA said it’s never done before. Now NBC5 News is learning that the trailers that aren’t kept will be ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —Many Almeda Fire victims are still calling FEMA trailers home, across Jackson County. Commissioner Rick Dyer tells us, the residents in the trailers were sent a letter, asking if they would like to purchase their trailer. Dyer ...

TALENT, Ore. – Many wildfire survivors are getting the option to buy the FEMA trailer they’re calling home. This program is something FEMA said has never been done before within their agency. FEMA’s new Sale and Donation Program helps transition ...

PHOENIX/TALENT, Ore. — This year’s fire season is off to a fast start in southern Oregon and northern California. Government officials, both local and federal, say they’re working to stay a step ahead of potential wildfires that could destroy communities. ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – After a historic wildfire season tore through hundreds of Oregon homes many people depended on FEMA for help. But the vast majority of them aren’t getting it, according to a new report. According to JPR, FEMA has ...

TALENT, Ore. — A new direct housing program site through FEMA is open in Talent. The site is located off of S. Pacific Highway at the former Totem Pole Trailer Park. FEMA representative, Greg O’Reilly, says 27 families and trailers ...

TALENT, Ore.– Dozens of Almeda Fire survivors are moving in to new homes in talent this week. Totem pole trailer park in talent will soon house 27 displaced families. They won’t pay rent for almost a year, and for now will ...

PHOENIX, Ore. — Tomorrow is the last day fire survivors can talk to FEMA representatives face-to-face in Phoenix. Fire victims can go between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. to speak with a representative at the Phoenix Civic Center. FEMA says ...

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