SANTA ROSA, CA – Private Clean-up Application forms for County of Sonoma and City of Santa Rosa residents, whose properties were destroyed by the wildfires, are due by close of business day on Wednesday, November 22.
Residents who are ineligible for, or chose not to participate in, the Sonoma County Consolidated Debris Removal Program are required to clean-up their property. All burn debris must be removed in a timely manner at the property owners expense by qualified personnel. Prior to commencing private debris removal and property clean-up, residents must submit a Private Clean-up Application Form and Work Plan to the County of Sonoma or City of Santa Rosa, depending on location of property, for approval.
Private debris removal must follow the standards adopted by the County of Sonoma or the City of Santa Rosa, which mirror the state standards used by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the Consolidated Debris Removal Program.
To access Private Clean-up Application Forms and standards for both County of Sonoma and City of Santa Rosa residents, visit: sonomacountyrecovers.org/debris-removal. Applications must be completed and returned to the appropriate agency by November 22, 2017. See details below on where to submit completed application forms.
For City of Santa Rosa Residents, return completed form to:
Permits Counter, Planning & Economic Development Department
100 Santa Rosa Ave, Room 5
Mon, Tues, Thurs: 8:00am-4:30pm
For County of Sonoma Residents, return completed form to:
Right-of-Entry (ROE) Processing Center
625 5th Street (between Riley and Humboldt)
Additional resources, including private clean-up guidelines, work plan templates, and resource lists for property owners, contractors and consultants can be found within the Private Clean-Up Application Form: www.sonomacountyrecovers.org/debris-removal.