The documents contained herein are mostly derived from a consolidation of forms used by local agencies during the wildfires of the last 3-4 years. These boilerplate forms are a consolidation of 6-12 different forms from different jurisdictions. While it is not our intent to be all inclusive, most of the key elements of the forms are included in the boilerplate forms. You are encouraged to use these forms as you see fit, to place your seals and other identifying language as it relates to your jurisdiction, and it is recommended that you have your county counsel or city attorney review these forms for your specific use. While these boilerplate forms are focused mainly on wildfires because of recent experiences, it is intended to be for any disaster where there is debris and hazardous materials requiring mitigation. Future use during other types of disasters (for example, an earthquake), may necessitate other versions of the same forms/intent. If you have any questions, please contact the CUPA Forum Board, Disaster Issue Coordinator.