2020 Glass Wildfire Recovery

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Re-entry and Recovery Resources for the Glass Fire

The County of Sonoma is here to support our community as we recover from the 2020 Glass Fires. The information on this site was developed to assist the residents of the unincorporated areas of Sonoma County impacted by the Glass Fire.

We recognize that if your property was damaged there are many steps ahead of you, and that this list is a simplified starting place. We will continue to share information and resources here to support you on your path to recovery.

Neighborhood Groups

Glass Fire survivor groups organized to recover and come back stronger together. Neighborhood captains contact: Arielle.Kubu-Jones@sonoma-county.org.

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Step 1 – Return Home

Step 2 – Clean Up & Property Preparation

Do you live in Santa Rosa?

Residents within the City of Santa Rosa jurisdiction should visit srcity.org/GlassFireRecovery for information about the fire recovery process.

Not sure if your property is in the City jurisdiction or in the unincorporated areas of Sonoma County? Find out by entering your address or parcel number into our Zoning and Parcel Report »

Step 3 – Rebuild

Resources & Information

Sonoma County added to Federal Major Disaster Declaration for Glass Fire

Sonoma County added to Federal Major Disaster Declaration for Glass Fire 150 150 Sonoma County Emergency and Preparedness Information

On Oct. 22, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that three additional counties – Napa, Shasta and Sonoma – had been added to the Major Disaster Declaration, initially approved by The White House on Oct 16, 2020, to bolster the state’s emergency response to wildfires across the state and support impacted residents.