As of today, the County of Sonoma has issued rebuild permits for 350 single family homes, 25 accessory dwelling units, and 20 bridges. See additional rebuilding data including a map of permitted rebuilds.
Rebuilding permits are also moving forward for the multifamily and commercial properties in unincorporated Sonoma County. Estancia Apartments, located at 4450 Old Redwood Highway, Santa Rosa, will be rebuilt as a 96 unit residential housing project to replace 70 units lost in the 2017 Sonoma Complex Fire. And design review for the project to replace the Cricklewood Restaurant building at 4618 Old Redwood Highway, Santa Rosa is underway.
In other rebuilding news, Rebuild Northbay Foundation and local block captains are working on a volunteer project using donated materials to build a perimeter fence as part of the rebuild in Mark West Estates and Larkfield Estates. Permit Sonoma staff have worked with this group to design a fence that does not require a building permit to reduce costs and shorten the project timeline.
Visit the County’s Rebuilding Stories page to read stories from individuals going through the rebuilding process. You can watch a documentary series that is following a couple rebuild their home off Riebli Road. Hear one block captain’s experience with a group rebuilding process and advice for others going through the process. And read about a family’s decision to add an accessory dwelling unit to their property during their rebuild.