From the Lake County News:
LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The Valley Fire Long-Term Recovery Task Force next week will begin conducting a survey of those impacted by the fire.
The survey will begin on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
It will focus on long-term recovery and rebuilding, and the results will be used to guide the Lake County Board of Supervisors in recovery-related policies.
Long-Term Recovery Coordinator Carol Huchingson emphasized the importance of taking the survey.
“County recovery policy can best represent the needs of the fire survivors if the county has information from as many fire survivors as possible,” she said. “We hope all fire survivors will take the time to complete this very important survey to help guide policy making decisions.”
The survey will be sent to fire survivors via email and should take five to 15 minutes to complete.
If no survey is received, survivors should check their spam box or go online to www.LakeCountyRecovers.com and take the survey there.
Those unable to complete the survey online will receive a phone call or can call 707-533-9271 to set up an appointment to take the survey.
The Lake County Valley Fire Recovery Task Force is a partnership of local, state, federal and tribal representatives. These agencies are working together to provide comprehensive services to aid in the recovery of Valley Fire survivors and Lake County residents.