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Emergency Management Division

The Emergency Management Division of the Fire and Emergency Services Department is responsible for the planning, coordination of response, recovery, and mitigation activities related to county-wide emergencies and disasters; serving as the primary coordination point for emergency management's communication flow between the Federal, State, and local levels; developing emergency operation plans for the county, cities, and districts; conducting training and educational outreach programs related to emergency preparedness; and sponsoring emergency management training.

Emergency Management Organization

  • County Administrator's Office
    December 12, 2014
    The latest forecast from the California Nevada River Forecast Center is indicating a reduced flood level estimate from the winter storm that began in Sonoma County on Wednesday. The latest modeling indicates that the peak of the Russian River flooding will occur at 11:00 AM today, at a crest of 33.3 feet. The River reached flood level (32 feet) at 5:15 AM Friday morning, and is anticipated to remain at or above that level through 8:00 PM. Rain is expected through 9:00 PM tonight, tapering off starting at 3:00 PM.
  • County Administrator's Office
    December 11, 2014
    The most recent forecast from the California Nevada River Forecast Center is indicating reduced flooding impacts from the winter storm that began in Sonoma County yesterday. The latest modeling indicates that the peak of the Russian River flooding will occur at 1pm tomorrow afternoon, at a crest of 34.3 feet. It is estimated that the River will reach flood level (32 feet) at 3am Friday morning, and remain at or above that level through 10pm Friday night.
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  • County Administrator's Office
    December 12, 2014
    The latest forecast from the California Nevada River Forecast Center is indicating a reduced flood level estimate from the winter storm that began in Sonoma County on Wednesday. The latest modeling indicates that the peak of the Russian River flooding will occur at 11:00 AM today, at a crest of 33.3 feet. The River reached flood level (32 feet) at 5:15 AM Friday morning, and is anticipated to remain at or above that level through 8:00 PM. Rain is expected through 9:00 PM tonight, tapering off starting at 3:00 PM.
  • County Administrator's Office
    December 11, 2014
    The most recent forecast from the California Nevada River Forecast Center is indicating reduced flooding impacts from the winter storm that began in Sonoma County yesterday. The latest modeling indicates that the peak of the Russian River flooding will occur at 1pm tomorrow afternoon, at a crest of 34.3 feet. It is estimated that the River will reach flood level (32 feet) at 3am Friday morning, and remain at or above that level through 10pm Friday night.
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Contact Information

Office Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
2300 County Center Drive
Suite 220 B
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.46229, -122.725377

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Bay Area Urban Areas Security Initiative

The Bay Area UASI is a regional program that provides financial assistance to improve the Bay Area's capacity to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from terrorist incidents or related catastrophic events. Projects facilitated by the program enhance regional capability through regional collaboration and efficient allocation of funds available.

UASI

Sonoma County 2-1-1

2-1-1 Sonoma County is an information and referral center that connects people quickly and effectively to community, health and disaster services through a free, 24/7 confidential phone line and searchable online database.

2-1-1

Sonoma County Public Safety

Sonoma County agency contact information and links.

Public Safety Information

 

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