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Long-Term Recovery Effort
A multitude of generous individuals and organizations have come together to assist and help unite the residents of the Malden and Pine City communities in the aftermath of the Babb Road Fire on September 7, 2020. In the wake of the destructive path that the wildfire left behind, the community is coming together to rebuild.
Contact us if you have questions about the recovery effort. Email us if you would like to meet with a Disaster Case Manager (DCM).
Read more about the DCM process and the people serving you by clicking here.
Stop by the office if you need to talk to someone.
LTRO Board Members, who are also residents, are taking turns staffing the phone if you would like to talk to a neighbor. Call 509-508-9806.
IMAGE: Hank Cramer has retired from the Emergency Management Division, Washington State Military Dept., but continues to volunteer his time for the LTRO.
The public is invited to virtual long-term recovery meetings the third Wednesday of each month from 7-9 p.m. Further instructions and links to these meetings are on our Facebook Page in events.
LTRG board members are staffing Malden Town Hall for residents who would like to visit with them. Mask up and come say hello!
Thursdays (Rachel) 8-10 a.m.
Saturdays (Misty) 8 a.m.-Noon
How to Volunteer
Individuals or organizations who are interested in volunteering to help our community rebuild, please contact Doug Arlt, our Volunteer Coordinator, for opportunities. Or call 509-508-9806 and we will put you in touch with Doug.
We are grateful for all the support.
Innovia Foundation and United Way of Whitman County have created emergency fire relief funds to assist those affected by the Babb Road Fire. Please direct your charitable dollars to those organizations.
Stories & Updates
‘Hit by climate change right, left and center’: Inslee calls for revamped FEMA aid system during visit to fire-ravaged Nespelem
This article first appeared in the Spokesman Review on July 21, 2021. By Eli Francovich, firstname.lastname@example.org(509) 459-5508 NESPELEM, Wash. – Washington Gov. Jay Inslee called for increased federal assistance for communities living on the “tip of the spear” of...
This article first appeared in the Moscow-Pullman Daily Newss. By Anthony Kuipers, Daily News staff writer. Jul 2, 2021 Updated Jul 2, 2021 Ziply Fiber preparing for wildfire response Officials from internet service company say Malden fire showed ways they can help...
This article first appeared in The Center Square on June 30, 2021. By Tim Gruver | The Center Square President Joe Biden says he is giving federal firefighters a pay raise ahead of a wildfire season western states fear will require more federal help. During a virtual...
Innovia Foundation has established the Wildfire Emergency Response Fund – Eastern Washington to provide emergency relief to nonprofit organizations and businesses supporting communities, individuals and families adversely impacted by the 2020 wildfire season.
United Way of Whitman County has created the Whitman County Fire Community Relief Fund to assist those affected by the firestorm that leveled Malden and Pine City and destroyed homes in the Colfax area during the September 7 Babb Road Fire.
Get in Touch. Get Involved.
Send us a message if you need recovery assistance or have ideas about helping our community rebuild.
Tell us how we are doing. We want to hear from you.
Pine Creek Community Operations
P.O. Box 47, Rosalia, WA 99170
Office Hours: M-F, 9 a.m-5 p.m. Tel: 1-509-508-9806
214 W. Moreland Avenue, Malden, WA