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7/16/18 Update

Block Captain (Meeting) Notes

  • 7/11/18 – Dist. 1 (Rincon, Bennett & Sonoma Valleys-ish) – Gorin»  (click for full details)  Highlights:
    • County is seeking suggestions on how to commemorate the upcoming first anniversary of the firestorms
    • The United Way of the Wine Country neighborhood grants
    • Office of Recovery and Resiliency meetings.  Please see flier » . Seeking feedback from residents about the Office of Recovery and Resiliency’s vision and goals.
    • Upcoming Housing Fair/Rebuilding Workshop – Saturday July 28th, 9am-2pm, Berger Center, Oakmont.  Details are forthcoming.
  • 7/12/2018 – Dist. 3 (Hidden Valley Estates/Fountaingrove -ish) – Zane »   (click for full details)  Highlights:
    • Reporting Construction/Rebuild Complaints (eg inappropriate construction traffic patterns)
    • Weed Abatement – Responsibility of all property owners, including those of empty, burned lots.
    • Recovery Planning Community Meetings – Concerns
    • Disaster recovery consulting service – Horne, LLP – hired by the County to conduct needs assessments and manage the grant process for the anticipated federal and state funds coming in.
    • Sonoma Clean Power Advanced Energy Rebuild Incentive Packages
    • County’s Energy & Sustainability Division (important for all those who are rebuilding)
    • County is seeking suggestions on how to commemorate the upcoming first anniversary of the firestorms
  • 7/11/2018 – Dist. 4 (Coffey Park/Mark West/Larkfield -ish) – Gore »  (click for full details)  Highlights:
    • North County Resiliency Network Summit
    • Office of Recovery and Resiliency meetings
    • County is seeking suggestions on how to commemorate the upcoming first anniversary of the firestorms
    • The United Way of the Wine Country neighborhood grants
    • Horne LLP and the needs assessment

Weed Abatement for Fire Safety ».  Weed Abatement is the responsibility of all property owners, including those of empty, burned lots.

Santa Rosa: Real-Time Online Rebuilding Status Maps » Check your lot’s permitting requirements and progress with these incredibly detailed real-time rebuilding status maps for the City of Santa Rosa.

Construction FAQs ».  Great Tips on Contractors and Construction Contracts.

24/7 Disaster Distress Helpline 1-800-985-5990 ».  Red Flag warnings can trigger our stress & trauma. Multilingual, confidential immediate crisis counseling for people experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster

Forget Me Not Farm: Animal-Assisted & Farm Therapy Activities for Children ».  A program of the Sonoma Humane Society, the Farm offers animal-assisted and horticultural therapeutic activities that provide a haven for children, animals, and plants to interact, bond, learn, and heal.

Street Sweeping Service Expanded in Fire-Impacted Neighborhoods (Added 7.8.18)
The City of Santa Rosa has finalized plans with the street sweeping contractor, Recology, to add one additional day per month of street sweeping service in fire-impacted neighborhoods to accommodate the additional demands created by intensified construction activity. The service expansion begins in July for the Coffey Park area and in October for the Fountaingrove/Hidden Valley areas.
2018 Sweeping Schedule  |  2019 Sweeping Schedule

Neighbors Together ~ Strong & Resilient does not provide any advice or endorse any service provider or agency. 

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 . . . »

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