The initial deadline is approaching to submit interest forms regarding the first two of at least five homes to be sold at an affordable price or donated to Echo Mountain wildfire survivors through a partnership between Lincoln County, Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County, Community Services Consortium and other nonprofit organizations.

About 300 dwellings were damaged or destroyed in the 2,500-acre Echo Mountain Complex wildfire that devastated Otis and Rose Lodge in September 2020. This homeownership program is open to anyone who can be verified to have lost their home due to that conflagration – owners, renters and those who occupied a home on property owned by a friend or family member.

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