After wildﬁres swept through Northern California, ECC performed a massive emergency response, clearing more than 569,500 tons of hazardous ash and debris from more than 2,400 residential properties spread throughout Sonoma, Napa, Lake, and Mendocino counties. Work was performed under time-critical task orders to expedite the rebuilding process for the thousands of residents affected by the destruction. Housing was extremely limited in the impacted area, requiring creative housing solutions. Therefore, ECC created several regional basecamps, which included recreation and work facilities at campgrounds throughout the counties to free up residential housing for displaced victims and visiting tourists. ECC provided basic life support operations and maintenance services including housing, occupancy turnover, dining, custodial, waste management, utilities, and maintenance.