Looking for the most up to date information on rebuilding efforts and community events?
You can find it at Plumas News: Communities Rising.
Visit our Meeting Notes page to view a PDF of the latest [Re]Build Community Meetings or Workshop notes.
You can also view previously recorded Zoom meetings.
Need help recovering from the Dixie Fire?
Get a Disaster Case Manager.
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The Steering Committee is seeking community input on how the Collaborative will move forward with downtown Greenville development. The goal is to obtain as many ideas and thoughts as possible. Please take this survey by January 21, 2023.
Empowering our community to rebuild and recover from the Dixie Fire.
The Dixie Fire Collaborative works to find resources, organize volunteers, raise money and create solutions.
If you are in need of services or would like to join us in our efforts to help others please contact us.
Dixie Fire Collaborative is a collaboration of non-profit, faith-based, local, state and national organizations that work together to share information and resources that can help address the needs of individuals and families in Plumas and Lassen Counties affected by the Dixie Fire disaster. Our mission is to assist in identifying the unmet needs of those affected by disaster, and to coordinate access to resources that would provide relief.
Membership in the DFC is free, gives you a vote in Collaborative elections, and strengthens your dedication to the rebuilding and betterment of our community.
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