California’s recovery from last October's wildfires is getting a $212 million boost from the federal government. It’s unclear exactly how much of the money will go to the County of Sonoma.
The Office of Recovery and Resiliency will work with the Board of Supervisors to create a roadmap to help Sonoma County recover from the October 2017 fires.
The City of Santa Rosa and the County of Sonoma continue to encourage residents living in and around the areas burned by the Sonoma Complex Fires to prepare their property for the rainy season and remain alert for possible threats from intense winter storms.
The Sonoma County Office of Recovery and Resiliency isNow Recruiting 1 CivicSpark Fellow for the 2019-20 Service Year!
CivicSpark is now accepting Fellow applications for the 2019-20 service year! CivicSpark, a Governor’s Initiative AmeriCorps program, builds capacity for public agencies to address sustainability and opportunity access issues in California. Learn more and apply at civicspark.lgc.org/join-civicspark/fellow/.
On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors approved the Recovery and Resiliency Framework which serves as a vision and approach for how Sonoma County will recover and emerge more resilient from the October 2017 wildfires.