The Solano County Sheriff’s Office, Office of Emergency Services, in coordination with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES), have stood up a Local Assistance Center at the Solano Community College campus in Vacaville, located at 2001 North Village Parkway, to support residents impacted by the LNU Lightning Complex fire as part of the ongoing recovery process.
The Local Assistance Center (LAC) will be open starting this Sunday at 9 a.m. (until 5 p.m.), and will operate seven days a week until further notice, serving residents and property owners as a one-stop-shop for local, state and federal recovery resources that may become available. Available resources include, and are not limited to critical document replacement services, veteran services, agricultural assistance, environmental health services, economic recovery and financial services, motor vehicle services, healthcare and mental health services. For more information call (707) 784-1575 during regular hours of operation.
Residents and property owners seeking in-person assistance at the LAC will be reminded to wear a face covering and practice COVID-19 social distancing best practices. If you do not have a face covering, one will be provided to you at no cost.
If web-based assistance is preferred, residents and property owners are encouraged to visit the Solano County Virtual Assistance Center at www.SolanoCountyRecovers.org for additional resources, including news alerts, active incidents, local assistance center locations and property recovery information. Residents are also urged to register for the Alert Solano emergency notification system at www.AlertSolano.com for information on severe weather alerts, wildfires and natural disasters.
MESSAGE FROM FEMA
FEMA representatives are available for support at the Local Assistance Centers to assist survivors with their FEMA disaster assistance registrations. Survivors can still register three ways: visit www.disasterassistance.gov, download the app to a smartphone or tablet, or contact 1-800-621-3362.