PG&E Will Help Landowners With Cleaning Up Hazardous Trees Cut Down To Reduce Fires

PG&E is offering to return to private properties and clean up their mess where they’ve trimmed and cut down hazardous trees. Thousands of trees were cut down and left on the ground as part of PG&E’s wildfire response. That wood is the property of the landowner, so PG&E needs written permission to come and remove it. The work includes many fires, not just the ones caused by PG&E equipment. More information and a permission form can be found at pge.com/woodmanagement.