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Register Your Fire Losses With Sheriff’s Office

MADERA COUNTY – Sheriff John Anderson, Director of The Madera County Office of Emergency Services (OES), is reaching out to everyone impacted by the Courtney Fire disaster.

Regardless of the level of damage you may have suffered during this disaster, you are urged to fill out a damage survey, so that the OES can better assist you during recovery.

The Courtney Disaster Survey is not an application for assistance. The purpose of the document is to gather information to assess the level of assistance needed and to determine the extent of the disaster.

Sheriff’s personnel will have booths at the following locations:

Thursday, from 4 to 7 p.m. at True Value Hardware, 40596 Westlake Drive – located on the northeast corner of Westlake Drive and Highway 49 in Oakhurst.

Friday, Sept 19, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Grocery Outlet, 40301 Junction Drive in Oakhurst.

On Friday night, Sheriff’s personnel will be available during Miller’s Landing BBQ at Bass Lake for those impacted by the Courtney fire. They will be operating a booth during the event between 5 and 9 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 20, from 9 to 11 a.m., at Raley’s Shopping Center, 40041 Highway 49 in Oakhurst.

Sheriff’s staff will also be available to register citizens who still have not signed up with MCAlert.

If you can not make it to any of the venues listed above, the Sheriff’s office urges those who suffered damage and/or loss, to call the Sheriff’s Office and ask for Public Information Officer Erica Stuart at 559-675-7770.

Again, the purpose of this survey is to help the Office of Emergency Services find assistance programs, including grant dollars, that they can bring into the community, as well as using this survey to help the OES in assessing the impact of the Courtney Fire disaster.

You can follow the Sheriff’s latest posts and information on both Facebook facebook.com/MaderaSheriff and Twitter: twitter.com/MaderaSheriff

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