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  • Owners/operators of aboveground petroleum storage tanks must obtain permit approval prior to installation, may be required to file a Hazardous Materials Business Plan (HMBP), and may be required to implement a Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) plan according to the Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act (APSA) of 1990.
  • Fire and Emergency Services Department

    The Department offers paid and unpaid student internship on a variety of special projects.  Examples of past internship projects include grant research and writing, GIS mapping, web page development and training projects.

  • Building inspection requests are made through the Automated Inspection Request System, SELECTRON, which is a computer system that allows callers to use a touch tone telephone to schedule and cancel building inspections from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. (midnight) seven (7) days a week. In most cases, SELECTRON schedules inspections for the next working day. Inspections in The Sea Ranch, Timber Cove, Annapolis, and areas north of the towns of Cazadero and Jenner are provided on Monday and Friday only. Please refer to the “Automated Inspection Request System” handout for complete instructions and inspection type codes. In order to schedule an inspection, the following is required
  • Sonoma County Fire and Emergency Services Department 

    The Emergency Management Division has 125 Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS) volunteers who supplement the County’s emergency communications capabilities in the event of a disaster. These volunteers are registered Disaster Service Workers who provide administrative, technical and operational support for emergency communications between local and state agencies.

  • Sonoma County Fire Safety Ordinance, all roadway and driveway structures shall be designed, constructed, and maintained in accordance with applicable sections of the county building and fire code, the Standard Specifications for Highway Bridges, and any administrative regulations and shall have a minimum designed live-load capacity of HS 20.
  • The CalARP program is to prevent accidental releases of substances that can cause serious harm to the public and the environment, to minimize the damage if releases do occur, and to satisfy community right-to-know laws.
  • Scheduling inspections, fire code and other information about Bridges, Fire Sprinklers, Gates, Knox Box Key Access, Photovoltaic Systems, and Wildlife Urban Interface.
  • The purpose of our free chipper program is to assist you in creating and maintaining your defensible space.
  • Sonoma County Operational Area Emergency Operations Center information
  • Emergency Coordinators Forum
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Contact Information

Jim Colangelo
Interim Department Director
Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Contact us by Phone
Address
2300 County Center Drive
Suite 220 B
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.46229, -122.725377
 

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