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Re-Entry Information

Controlled access has been lifted from all neighborhoods. The barriers at the hard closure points listed below will be removed as soon as possible.

City of Santa Rosa jurisdiction

News Release 

Coffey Park

Controlled entry  for residents only through Wednesday, 11/1

Coffey Park Controlled Entry Points:

  • Coffey Lane / Sansone Drive
  • Hopper Avenue / (west of) Banyan Place
  • Dennis Lane / Barnes Road

Coffey Park Hard Closures:

  • San Miguel Road west of the Railroad Tracks

Controlled entry  for residents only through Wednesday 11/1

Fountaingrove Controlled Entry Points:

  • Fountaingrove Parkway / Round Barn Boulevard (upper)
  • Parker Hill Road / Sleepy Hollow Drive
  • Fountaingrove Parkway / Hadley Hill (upper)
  • Cross Creek Road / Riebli Road

Fountaingrove Hard Closures:

  • Bicentennial Way / Lake Park Drive
  • Fountaingrove Parkway / Altruria Drive (lower)
  • Sleepy Hollow Drive / Aaron Drive
Orchard Park

Controlled entry for residents only on Friday 10/20 only

Journey’s End

Controlled entry for residents only on Friday 10/20 only

County of Sonoma jurisdiction

To see if your address is evacuated, use the online, up-to-date evacuation map for Sonoma County available at:

*** There is not a curfew or controlled entry for unincorporated parts of the county in which the mandatory evacuation has been lifted. 

Residents of unincorporated areas in which evacuation orders have been lifted can pick-up safety equipment, Right-of-Entry forms and information packets at two locations:


Santa Rosa Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) 

Location: Press Democrat, Downtown Santa Rosa 
                      427 Mendocino Avenue, between Ross and 5th Streets

Hours:      Monday - Saturday, 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM, last entry at 6:00 PM


Debris Removal Right-of-Entry Center

Location625 5th Street, Santa Rosa, between Riley and Humboldt 

Hours:       Monday - Friday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM


Re-Entry: Key Documents

The City of Santa Rosa and the County of Sonoma are providing information to help you safely return to your property. We understand that this will be an emotional experience and want you to know that you are not alone—there are many people and agencies here to help you navigate the administrative, environmental, emotional, and health-related challenges of entering an area that has been damaged by fire. Please familiarize yourself with the information in this packet. It contains important details about the hazards of entering an area that has been in a fire and instructions to ensure your safety.

Re-Entry Packet (PDF) - English

Re-Entry Packet (PDF) - Spanish

What is Controlled Re-Entry

Controlled entry points to the above neighborhoods will be staffed by law enforcement who will verify entry passes and addresses.

For City of Santa Rosa residents, if you have not yet picked up an entry pass to see your property or return to your habitable home, you must go to the City of Santa Rosa Public Works Department at 69 Stony Circle (707-543-3800) to collect your entry pass and Protective Equipment Kit. Passes will be available Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm.

To get an Entry Pass, residents must provide a form of ID
  • Acceptable forms of ID include a driver’s license or state ID card, passport, utility bill and valid photo ID, or consular ID. School IDs will not be accepted as valid photo ID.
  • If residents do not have ID, the Local Assistance Center (LAC) can help obtain an ID. The LAC is located at the Press Democrat building - 427 Mendocino Avenue in Santa Rosa
Passes for up to two vehicles per property will be issued

Vehicle license plates will be printed on the passes and MUST MATCH the vehicles entering the neighborhood.  Residents can have as many family and friends accompany them as they wish, within the two cars per property limit.

A map that shows available re-entry points will be provided at pass distribution
Re-Entry Kits and Safety Instructions
  • A re-entry kit with safety supplies will be provided for residents at the same time as they pick up their passes.
  • Safety instructions for protecting against hazardous chemicals and conditions will also be provided and should be followed.
  • Children under the age of 18, seniors and pets are advised not to enter the hazard area.
Support services will be available in each neighborhood
  • Emotional support services will be available including mental health providers, the faith community and law enforcement chaplains. 

Media Access

We have asked the media to be respectful as our residents’ re-enter their neighborhoods. The media has the right to enter all public areas as long as they are not on private property, per California Penal Code, Section 409.5. We are committed to helping protect your privacy during this sensitive time. Residents returning are being provided information on their right to privacy in their re-entry packet. The media has also been issued instructions and requested to be respectful of our residents. 

  • Media access allowed at Coffey Park Neighborhood Fountaingrove. Orchard Mobile Home Park and Journey’s End Mobile Home Park is private property. The City cannot grant access to private property.
  • Media personnel will be able to access these neighborhoods via the controlled points of entry at the same time as residents.
  • Media credentials will need to be presented to law enforcement at the check points. You will be provided with a media packet with information, similar to what residents will receive

City of Santa Rosa residents re-entering their homes deemed safe for occupancy in a controlled access area who find they are without water should follow the directions on the door tag from Santa Rosa Water before calling the water department. For all other questions regarding City of Santa Rosa water and sewer services call 707.543.3805 (weekends) or 707.543.4200 (during normal business hours).

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