New Online Tools to Aid Recovery including Parcel Report Search & Recovery Maps Portal
Access online on at www.srcity.org/rebuild. Please note, that not all fire-impacted areas of the City are yet available to search; however, staff will be continuing to upload imagery and data for all fire-affected areas as additional sections become available over the next couple weeks, so please check back frequently.
RESILIENT CITY RESIDENTIAL PARCEL REPORT SEARCH
This interactive map provides specific property information for residential properties with primary structures destroyed in the October 2017 wildfires. To generate parcel reports, users may search by either address or APN or navigate via the map interface and select the property.
Access parcel report search: https://srcity.org/2886/Parcel-Report-Search
RESILIENT CITY RECOVERY MAPS PORTAL
Below is a summary of the information that can be found within this portal.
- Recovery Progress Map – Tracks the current rebuild development status of residential parcels destroyed by the fires.
- Building setbacks and zoning informational maps – Provides building setback and general zoning information for residential parcels destroyed by the fires.
- Land Surveyor Activity Map – The California Land Surveyors Association (CLSA) is providing information on recent surveyor activities to assist residents, developers, and professionals find licensed surveyors working within their area.
- Encroachment Permit Activity Map – Provides the status of encroachment permits which detail all construction activities located within the public roadway right-of-way.
- Building Permit Activity Map – Tracks the current building permit status, permit work description, and the primary contractor contact information for each fire-affected parcel.
- Right-Of-Way (ROW) Construction Activity Map – Provides general information related to larger private utility projects within the resilient city rebuild areas. However, at this time, the information available is specific to PG&E’s joint trench replacement within Coffey park.
Over the last several weeks and in response to requests and feedback from fire survivors, the City of Santa Rosa has been developing new online resource tools which provide useful property and infrastructure information to property owners who are rebuilding. Staff have collected aerial imagery of existing infrastructure within the areas affected by the Tubbs Fire. These images are being overlaid with additional information such as existing drainage and utility plans, subdivision maps and building setbacks and are being uploaded to a public portal for property owners and their designers to access. Additionally, the City has developed a parcel report search tool that allows fire survivors to retrieve specific information about their property.
Info above from Adriane Mertens | Communications & Intergovernmental Relations Officer | City Manager’s Office
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October 2017 Northern California Firestorm: Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa: Coffey Park; Fountaingrove (Hidden Valley Estates (HVE) is lumped with FG); Larkfield-Wikiup-Mark West-Riebli; Rincon Valley-Deer Trail-Calistoga Rd; Bennett Ridge (Nuns/Annadel Fire) . . . See more . . . »