Right of Entry (ROE) form must be completed for individuals to receive assistance with the Consolidated Debris Removal program conducted by the State. It is the quickest way to begin and move forward with the recovery process.
The ROE grants State and County government inspectors access to your property to clean up hazardous materials. It allows government agencies to inspect, cut, test, remove, clear and monitor wildfire-generated debris of whatever nature, including but not limited to, burned or partially burned structures, ash, concrete foundations, contaminated soil, vehicles, trailers, waste or other debris, and hazard trees from the Property.
The ROE grants the inspectors the right to determine which hazard trees, materials and items on the Property are eligible and will be removed as part of the State's Consolidated Debris Removal Program. Submission of this ROE authorizes the Government to remove wildfire-generated debris of whatever nature including but not limited to burned or partially burned structures, ash, concrete foundations, contaminated soil, vehicles, trailers, waste, hazard trees or other debris from the Property, as part of the Debris and Hazard Tree Removal Program.