Rebuilding Together

Rebuilding Together

Official Rebuilding information for unincorporated Sonoma County after the 2017 Sonoma Complex Fire and 2019 Kincade Fire.

As recovery efforts are underway after the fires, we will continue to provide resources for rebuilding, including the latest information for permits and property tax assessments. Our goal is to institute a streamlined and expedited approach so our community can recover and rebuild as quickly as possible.

Urgency Ordinances:

City of Santa Rosa: If you are rebuilding in the City of Santa Rosa and are looking for Rebuild information, please visit:

2019 Winter Storms and Flooding: For flood recovery information, please visit:

Kincade Fire RESA MapKincade Fire Map

Rapid Evaluation Safety Assessment (RESA) and Property Clean-Up Status

This map shows the final results of both field and aerial safety assessments and property clean-up status for parcels in unincorporated Sonoma County affected by the 2019 Kincade Fire.

Updated Rebuilding Process

The step-by-step process for rebuilding after a major wildfire from filing a claim with your insurance company, to debris removal, to permit application and more.

  • Published on December 10, 2019

    New state-mandated building codes, that govern the design and construction of structures and the maintenance of life safety systems within structures for fire prevention, go into effect on January 1, 2020.

  • Published on November 14, 2019

    In response to the Kincade Fire County leadership recognized the need for swift action so property owners could start the rebuilding process as quickly as possible. Important elements include debris cleanup, expedited permitting processes, and additional services for fire survivors. 

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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.

Rebuilding Permits Data

Rebuilding Permits Data
View the number of rebuilding permits issued in unincorporated Sonoma County on parcels impacted by the 2017 Sonoma Complex Fire.