Property owners who suffered damage in the Zogg Fire have some very important deadlines to be aware of. To qualify for FEMA assistance, registration must be done by December 16th. It can be done online at disasterassistance.gov. Questions can be directed to 1-800-621-3362. The paperwork deadline for people who have cleanup to do is December 15th. Those who want the state to remove fire-generated ash and debris and hazard trees must submit right-of-entry forms, available at ehd.co.shasta.ca.us. This service is done at no cost to the property owner. The other option is for those who want to do the cleanup themselves at their own cost. They must obtain a demolition permit at drm.co.shasta.ca.us. For those who choose to do their own cleanup, if it’s not completed by the end of the month, the county nuisance abatement process might take over and bill the property owner for the cost.