Property Damage Information & Status
The Damage Assessment Team for the North Complex West Zone completed their damage assessment and info is uploaded into the Online Structure Damage Map.
Evacuees can check the status of structures by using the following link: http://bit.ly/BearFireDamageMap
Oroville, CA – On Sunday, September 13, 2020, the Butte County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) requested assistance from the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office in providing drone imagery to the public areas impacted by the North Complex West Zone Fire. The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office led an interagency response team from four law enforcement agencies to assist in a rapid aerial assessment of the damaged areas.
On Tuesday, September 15, 2020, the teams arrived in Butte County and immediately began capturing video and photos of the areas affected, based on CAL FIRE’s Damage Assessment Maps. Over the last three days, in coordination with CAL FIRE Air Operations and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the teams focused on the most heavily impacted areas, Berry Creek and Feather Falls. In total, the drones captured imagery covering more than 50 square miles of damage. The video and images are now available for public viewing, and can be found by visiting the following links:
360 Panoramas on a map: https://arcg.is/1fS5Tz1
Before and after map of Berry Creek area: https://arcg.is/0Hm0HT
Video maps of major roads: https://bit.ly/2REv3mh
These website lines will also be posted on the Butte County Sheriff’s Office website, www.buttecounty.net/sheriff . Citizens can access panorama photos, video, and maps of the areas. Any questions on technical details can be referred to email@example.com.
Please note: This is a rapid visualization of the area for public use and is not a full assessment of the damage and may not visualize all areas impacted by the fire. It is recommended these web pages be accessed from a desktop computer and not mobile devices.