The Board of Supervisors has identified critical areas that need to be addressed by the Office of Recovery and Resiliency today and over the next several years:
- Community preparedness and infrastructure
- Safety Net Services
- Natural resources
The Office also is tasked with exhaustively pursuing and coordinating all available grant funding and other external sources of funding.
Use the navigation menu at left for those critical strategic areas to see what recovery progress has been made and what activities are in the works.
The Office’s mission also includes working with fire survivors, the community, County departments, key groups and stakeholders and other local and regional governments to create a Framework that will guide and coordinate recovery and resiliency efforts throughout the County.
Community outreach and engagement is an essential part of recovery and resiliency. County staff has supported over 29 impacted neighborhoods by working closely with over 115 people who have volunteered to be Block Captains of their neighborhoods. Supervisorial aides, County staff and elected officials meet weekly with the block captains to assist and facilitate neighborhoods impacted by the fires with rebuilding efforts.