Can I use my debris removal insurance policy to remove items that are ineligible for removal under the Consolidated Debris Removal program?

If you have a specified amount for debris removal in your insurance
policy (for example, 5 percent of the value of a primary structure, other
structure, and personal property), you may use your insurance proceeds
first to remove fire related debris that is ineligible for removal under the
program (e.g., swimming pools, patios, trees, etc…). The county will
only collect any money that remains in your insurance policy, if any, after
you have removed ineligible fire related debris.

If you have a policy that includes the costs of debris removal in the total proceeds
provided for the primary structure, other structure, or personal property, you may
use these proceeds to pay for the removal of fire related debris that is ineligible
for removal under the program. The county will only collect any money that
remains in your insurance policy, if any, after the rebuild and removal of
ineligible fire related debris. The homeowner will not owe the county any
additional money for debris removal.

The property owner will be required to substantiate all expenditures.