It's been three months since the deadly Camp Fire ravaged the town of Paradise and surrounding areas, and thousands of survivors are still waiting for secure housing.
In its most recent estimate, the Federal Emergency Management Agency this week said about 13,000 people were still in need of stable housing.
Approximately 14,000 residences were lost to the massive blaze that scorched more than 150,000 acres, making it the most destructive wildfire in modern California history in terms of structures destroyed.
“We continue to work with eligible survivors to see what the best housing solutions are for each family," FEMA spokesman Ken Higginbotham said on Tuesday.
Two-hundred FEMA trailers are currently inhabited by survivors, he said, and 67 additional trailers, as well as 187 larger structures, are being prepared for people to move in to.