Fire Survivor Resources

Building Permits for Fire Survivors in Spokane County

March 14th Building Permit Deadline to Avoid Higher Costs Under New Code

Spokane County, WA Building and Planning Office Special Notice from Jordan Neal, Building Official: “Pursuant to changes made by the Washington State Building Code Council (SBCC), Spokane County will adopt and require construction projects requiring building permits be designed to the new 2021 Building Codes on March 15, 2024. To vest a construction project requiring

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FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers Now Open

Disaster Recovery Centers are now open to those who would like to speak, in person, to specialists from FEMA, the U.S Small Business Administration, the Washington Emergency Management Division, and Spokane County Emergency Management. These representatives will be available to help survivors apply for disaster assistance, answer questions about the registration process, and meet with

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Asbestos Testing Reimbursement
for Oregon & Gray Road Fire Survivors

All fire survivors of the Oregon Road Fire in Elk, WA and Gray Road Fire in Medical Lake, WA are eligible for asbestos testing reimbursement. This includes the insured, underinsured and the uninsured. Proof of income is not required for asbestos testing reimbursement. If you have not already had your debris tested for asbestos, please

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