Deadline to apply is Wednesday, November 22, 2017.
Due to the public health emergency, property owners are required to clean their property of all ash and burn debris in a timely manner. If property owners choose not to participate in the Consolidated Debris Removal Program described above (or if their properties are ineligible for the program), they may undertake the clean-up at their own expense with work performed by qualified personnel as set forth in the documents below.
For City of Santa Rosa Residents:
Forms updated 11/7 to include Guidelines, Templates, Resource List for Property Owners, Contractors and Consultants
- City of Santa Rosa Private Clean-up Application Forms (English)
- City of Santa Rosa Private Clean-up Application Forms (Spanish)
Completed forms may be scanned and emailed to email@example.com or delivered in person to:
Resilient City Permit Center
100 Santa Rosa Avenue, Room 6
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8am-5pm
For County of Sonoma Residents:
County of Sonoma Private Clean-up Application Forms (English)
Completed forms may be scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or delivered in person to:
Right-of-Entry (ROE) Processing Center
625 5th Street (between Riley and Humboldt)
Santa Rosa, CA
Phone: (707) 565-6700
Monday – Friday
7:30am – 4:30pm
Landfills Accepting Ash and Debris
Contractors or individuals need to contact the facility prior to delivery to confirm facilities are currently accepting waste. Click here to view the list.
Health Screening Level Guidance
The summary tables in this document provide updated health screening level guidance and cleanup goals for the Sonoma County Complex Fires Alternative Program. Click here to view the document.
I submitted a Right-of-Entry (ROE) form but now I want to cancel, what do I do?
To cancel a previously-granted Right of Entry Permit, this cancellation form must be signed by the Owner(s), and either delivered to the Sonoma County Environmental Health at 625 5th Street, Santa Rosa CA 95404, or emailed to EHROE@sonoma-county.org as a signed PDF. Sonoma County Environmental Health must receive this form on or prior to November 22, 2017.
All owners who signed the Right of Entry Permit must sign this request. Phone-in and verbal cancellations cannot be accepted. Cancellations can only be accepted up until the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers attempts to notify the property owner 24-48 hours in advance of Ash and Debris Cleanup (as described in the Right of Entry Permit). Please note that the Director of Environmental Health may deny requests for cancellation after November 22, 2017 (the deadline for private cleanup application submission).