Rebuilding Together

Organizing for Recovery and Rebuilding After Fires

Sonoma County Board of Supervisors from the fire areas are supporting fire survivors as we organize to rebuild our community.

Individuals meet to share rebuilding questions, resources, and needs specific to their community. At these meetings, they learn from builders, surveyors, soils engineers, utilities and other community stakeholders. Some of these self-identify or are selected by neighbors to become block captains who can report out updates and information to their community.

Glass Fire

If your property was damaged or destroyed in the 2020 Glass Fire and you would like to connect with other Glass Fire survivors, or other resources, please contact:

First District – Arielle Kubu-Jones (Arielle.Kubu-Jones@sonoma-county.org)

Walbridge Fire or Meyers Fire

If your property was damaged or destroyed in the 2020 Walbridge Fire or Meyers Fire and you would like to connect with other Walbridge or Meyers Fire survivors, or other resources, please contact:

Fourth District - Keith Roberts (Keith.Roberts@sonoma-county.org) or
Fifth District - Leo Chyi (Leo.Chyi@sonoma-county.org)

Kincade Fire

If your property was damaged or destroyed in the 2019 Kincade Fire and you would like to connect with other Kincade Fire survivors, or other resources, please contact:

Fourth District - Keith Roberts  (Keith.Roberts@sonoma-county.org)

Tubbs Fire

If you’d like to become a block captain for a neighborhood that was impacted by the 2017 Tubbs Fire, or connect with a block captain in that area, please contact:

Fourth District – Keith Roberts (Keith.Roberts@sonoma-county.org) or 
Third District – Tracy Cunha (Tracy.Cunha@sonoma-county.org)

Nuns Fire

If you’d like to become a block captain for a neighborhood that was impacted by the 2017 Nuns Fire, or connect with a block captain in that area, please contact:

First District – Arielle Kubu-Jones (Arielle.Kubu-Jones@sonoma-county.org)

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Permit Sonoma

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Permit Sonoma

Permit Sonoma handles construction and land use permitting for unincorporated Sonoma County including rebuilding after disasters.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Find answers to common questions about rebuilding.

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