Priority Projects

Through input from Block Captains and Board Members, 10 Priority Projects have been identified:

  • Establish an Alert and Warning System 
  • Work with the community to identify hazards, risks, mitigation strategies, including evacuation routes
  • Facilitate construction hardening techniques appropriate for wildfire urban interfaces and seismic retrofits for rebuilding and for existing homes through education and grant programs. 
  • Work with private utility providers on solutions related to hardening infrastructure and on coping with destroyed utilities in a disaster, including undergrounding where appropriate and necessary. 
  • Help property owners navigate vegetation management opportunities through partnership with Fire Safe Sonoma and similar programs.
  • Continue to advocate for substantive changes to insurance regulations.
  • Community Awareness strategies we’ve been doing such as the recent mailers on Watershed Protection and Defensible Space. 
  • Expedited Permitting for homeowners who are rebuilding
  • Enhance the 2-1-1 System 
  • Develop a One-Stop Shop Resource Center

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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2017 Sonoma Complex Fire

Rebuilding Together

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

SoCo Emergency Website

SoCo Emergency

SoCo Emergency

Learn how to prepare for disasters, sign up for alerts and receive detailed information during active emergencies.

Sonoma County Rises

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Sonoma County Rises

A group that formed after the October 2017 fires to ensure the community’s voice is heard during the recovery.

ROC Sonoma County

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