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Office of Recovery and Resiliency

Sonoma County Recovers Together! Community Meeting Materials

Please complete this survey to provide input into the draft Recovery & Resiliency Framework: Survey

The County of Sonoma is hosting a series of Fire Recovery Community Meetings that will gather public input and shape the Recovery and Resiliency Plan that will provide a framework for our County’s future. Materials for these meetings are available below. Please email input and feedback to recoveryinfo@sonoma-county.org.

  1. Community Meeting Agenda
    English (pdf 432 kB)
    Spanish (pdf 439 kB)
  2. Draft Recovery and Resiliency Framework
    English (pdf 805 kB)
    Spanish (pdf 710 kB)
  3. Community Meetings Presentation
    English (pdf 942 kB)
    Spanish (pdf 863 kB)
  • When: October 9, 2018 from 10:00 AM 6:00 PM

    The public chalk expression from the October 8 Fire remembrance event will continue from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM in downtown Santa Rosa at Courthouse Square.

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  • Published on August 9, 2018

    The County of Sonoma encourages all Spanish speaking residents to participate in two workshops that will gather public input to shape the Recovery and Resiliency Plan to ensure the safety, livelihoods, and economic prosperity of the residents of Sonoma County.

  • Published on July 31, 2018

    The County of Sonoma continues to encourage residents to participate in workshops that will gather public input to shape the Recovery and Resiliency Plan to ensure the safety, livelihoods, and economic prosperity of the residents of Sonoma County.

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October 2017 wildfires

Wildfires swept across Sonoma County the night of October 8, 2017, eventually destroying 5,300 homes, leaving 24 people dead and burning 110,000 acres. In December 2017, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors established the Office of Recovery and Resiliency in the County Administrator’s Office with a mandate to develop a post-fire recovery and resiliency plan.

As Sonoma County heals, it is vital to have a roadmap for our elected officials and government leaders, with input from all members of our community, that charts a bold course for recovery that will make our residents, families, and communities stronger and more resilient.

Working Together

The Office of Recovery and Resiliency is working with the County Administrator and Board of Supervisors and public and private partners to develop a blueprint that will address the immediate and long-term recovery efforts needed to ensure the future safety, livelihoods and economic prosperity of all residents of Sonoma County.

The plan will outline strategies for recovery and resiliency in five critical areas: Housing, Economic Recovery, Natural Resources, Community Preparedness and Infrastructure, and Safety Net Services.

The Future

Our recovery and rebuilding partnerships are strong and have made rapid progress a reality since the fires. The removal of 1.8 million tons of fire debris, to the protection and restoration of watersheds, to the rebuilding of homes and businesses, to safety net support of those who lost so much in the fires – each represents key partnerships built with the can-do spirit and compassion of those who live and work in our County. Working together is the key to success, now and in the future.

The plan will provide the foundation for optimal integration of public, private and nongovernmental recovery efforts across the county.

Contact Information

Michael Gossman

Deputy County Administrator

Office of Recovery and Resiliency

County of Sonoma
Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Address
575 Administration Drive
Suite 104A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.464665, -122.725235

Official Recovery Information

Sonoma County Recovers

Recovers

A recovery resource for residents of Santa Rosa and the County of Sonoma for all things concerning the fire.

Rebuilding Together

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Rebuilding Together

Information and resource site for unincorporated Sonoma County rebuilding efforts related to the 2017 Sonoma Complex Fire.

Sonoma County Rises

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Sonoma County Rises

A group that formed after the fires to ensure the community’s voice is heard during the recovery.

ROC Sonoma County

Rebuilding Our Community

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Long-term help for fire survivors from dozens of collaborating non-profits