Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
Official Page for the County of Sonoma and City of Santa Rosa recovery efforts. Learn more
Affected residents and businesses can visit the Disaster Recovery Centers for in-person support when seeking state and federal aid. Representatives from FEMA will be at these locations to provide information about disaster assistance programs and help affected residents and businesses apply for aid. If possible, please register with FEMA before visiting a Recovery Center. Learn more
Published on October 15, 2017 at 6:15 PM
The County of Sonoma Recovery Resources section will help you on your way to recover from the Fire disaster.
Published on January 11, 2018
California Governor Jerry Brown released the proposed FY 2018-19 State budget today, which includes a number of items that support the County of Sonoma’s and City of Santa Rosa’s efforts to recover from the devastating October 2017 wildfires. Specifically, the budget designates $23.7 million to backfill property tax losses incurred by the city, county, and special districts on damaged homes and businesses.
Published on December 26, 2017
The devastating October wildfires that swept through Sonoma County created a significant flood risk for people living in and nearby the burned areas until vegetation is restored. In order to help residents assess their risk and prepare for flooding, a post-fire hazard map is now available.
Published on December 13, 2017
The Sonoma County Water Agency (Water Agency) Board of Directors and the Board of Directors of the Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District unanimously approved an ordinance to prorate annual sewer charges for residents whose homes were damaged or destroyed in the Sonoma Complex Fires in October, 2017.
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