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How to pay and submit forms and documents

Property owners who participated in the Government-Sponsored Debris Removal Program can submit forms and other documentation related to debris removal insurance.

Complete the Insured Statement, Debris Insurance Reimbursement Request Form or Debris Insurance Withholding Form, whichever is appropriate. Property owners can expect to receive reimbursement in about 30 days after submitting all necessary documentation and the insurance check has been deposited.

Checks should be made out to: County of Sonoma

Insured Statement-PDF

Withholding Form-PDF

Insurance Reimbursement Form-PDF

The County’s Debris Insurance Collection Program is suspending in-person appointments in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 to protect employees and the community.

You can submit your completed form and supporting documentation in these ways:

You may submit all paperwork by (1) delivering to the reception desk in the County Administrator’s Office; (2) mailing via US Post Office; or (3) emailing the Recovery Team. Upon receipt of your paperwork, if there are any questions, one of our team members will contact you. Please be sure to include an email address and a telephone number in your paperwork.

If you would like to schedule a phone appointment, please email or call staff through the below contact info.

Hours & Contact Information:

Debris Insurance Collection Program
County Administrator’s Office
575 Administration Dr., Rm. 104-A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
(707) 565-1222

recoveryinfo@sonoma-county.org

Office Hours: Mondays & Tuesdays 8am-11am & 1pm-5pm

Thursdays 1pm-5pm

Via U.S. Postal Service:

County of Sonoma
Debris Insurance Collection Program
PO Box 14310
Santa Rosa CA 95402

Via email:

Recoveryinfo@Sonoma-County.org
Please include the words “Form Submittal” and the Assessor’s Parcel Number in the subject line of your email. This will result in faster response.

Via your online account:

All property owners have an online account that contains their cost report and other documents and information related to government debris removal on their property. Information to get into your account can be found under Instructions, “How to Access Your Account Online”. You are also able to upload documents and forms to share with County staff.

To upload documents, all documents need to be in electronic form. You will be able to upload most file types,  including PDFs and JPEGs . After signing in to your account, upload documents by dragging and dropping them into the main window and also  into the “upload” folder.  Please email recoveryinfo@Sonoma-County.org to let staff know you have uploaded documents.

Click on the down arrow in the upper right to download documents.

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