Fire Info

OC Public Works Fire Information

POST-BURN Emergency Operations

Post-Burn Mudflow Protective Advice

The County has organized a team of employees to provide you with advice regarding protection of your property from post-burn mudflows. To schedule an appointment please call the Public Works Operations and Maintenance Storm Center at the number below or click on the link to send an email request.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Public Assistance

  • 1-800-621-FEMA (3362)
  • 1-800-462-7585 TTY
  • FEMA

Orange County Public Information Hotline

  • 714-628-7085
  • Disaster Assistance and Donation Information

Orange County Fire Authority

  • Main Line 714-573-6000
  • Fire Information 714-573-6200
  • OCFA

Cal Fire (California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection)

Cleaning Up and Protecting Property After Fire

Sandbag and Sand Distribution for Burn Area Residents Only

Distribution Center:

Modjeska Fire Station #16
28891 Modjeska Canyon Road
Silverado, CA 92676

POST-BURN Preparedness

Rebuilding After Disasters

Orange County Planning Services

For Additional Information Regarding Post-Fire Runoff, Erosion and Sediment Control

Fire can damage the environment in many ways: burned areas are more susceptible to erosion and burned debris may contain harmful chemicals. Protect your property, your own safety, and the environment with the proper methods of cleanup and repair list above. For additional information:

Orange County Stormwater Program

Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board (North of El Toro Road)

San Diego Regional Water Quality control Board (South of El Toro Road)

Santiago Area Map