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Butte County Office of Education

Butte County Office of Education

Emergency Resources

dixie Fire Resources 

dixie Fire Resources 

Dixie Fire Informaiton Hotline (530) 538-7826
Visit the Butte County Office of Emergency Management webpage for the most up to date evacuation information. 

Salvation Army

  • Salvation Army - Family Resources: (530) 776-1009


Evacuation Shelter

  • Nazarene Church, 2238 Monte Vista Avenue, Oroville, CA 95965
  • For evacuation information, call (833) 512-5378

Cooling Centers

  • Chico Friends Meeting, 1601 Hemlock St, Chico
  • Safe Space Shelter is offering a temporary, indoor cooling center for those seeking respite from the extreme heat. Snacks, AC, water, and dog food will be available during Cooling Center hours. 
  • Available from 2pm to 8pm at Chico Friends Meeting.
  • Open to all. Smokers accepted, individuals will be asked to smoke outside, underneath a pop-up canopy. All pets including non-service animals accepted.
  • No fee. 

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Food Relief Resources

There are several organizations providing food for evacuees.
  •  Visit the BCOE CalKidz webpage for information regarding meal sites
  • Visit FoodFinder to view sites outside of BCOE providing meals

Animal Evacuation Centers

Small Animal Shelter

    • Old County Hospital, 2279 Del Oro and Mono, Ste. E, Oroville, CA 95965
           The small animal shelter will close at 9:00 pm and open at 7:00 am. 
  • Animal Shelter Hotline: (530) 895-0000
  • Pet owners should also visit Pet Harbor to see the list of animals that have been rescued.

Suicide Prevention &  Mental Health Resources

Butte County Office of Education and the greater community are working to serve those impacted by the fires and our current natural disasters. Help is only one phone call or text message away. Please reach out if you are struggling with thoughts of suicide or self-harm. 
Butte County CAL Fire Operations

Butte County CAL Fire Operations

CAL FIRE/Butte County

At last nights press/community briefing, Sheriff Honea announced an upcoming program to provide escorted access to fire-impacted areas. This program is not available yet, @ButteSheriff will notify the public when it begins. Hear his report at 33:00 in last night's video here on our Facebook page.