If the check is made payable to you and the County of Sonoma, you should endorse the check and submit it to the County at the below address, and the County will pass on funds to CalOES/FEMA. If you incurred eligible offsetting expenses to resolve debris removal issues, submit all supporting documentation and receipts with … Continued
No. Fraudulent bills for fire debris removal have been reported by property owners in Mendocino County who are participating in the state-sponsored fire debris removal program. While no instances have been reported in Sonoma County, both the County of Sonoma and the City of Santa Rosa want residents to be aware of the potential scam. … Continued
If you are in the government sponsored Debris Removal Program and intend to sell your property then you and the proposed buyer need to execute a Consolidated Debris Removal Program Affidavit form. Signed copies must be returned to Environmental Health. If the affidavit is not fully executed the property will be removed from the Debris Removal … Continued
If your site will require private debris removal in addition to what is covered under the USACE Phase II, you can use your debris insurance proceeds to cover those costs, and will only be expected to assign the remainder to reimburse the Program. If you do not have insurance the Program will be provided at … Continued
Wildfire smoke and cleanup presents hazards that employers and workers in affected regions must understand. Smoke from wildfires contains chemicals, gases and fine particles that can harm health. Hazards continue even after fires have been extinguished and cleanup work begins. Proper protective equipment and training is required for worker safety in wildfire regions. Cal/OSHA encourages … Continued
Sonoma County Code, Chapter 22-8 states that no person shall use any vehicle for collecting, hauling or transporting solid waste or biosolids on any public highway within the county without first obtaining a vehicle permit from the local enforcement agency.
Vehicle well maintained and of good construction No leaking waste or fluids The company/owner name on the vehicle Proper Equipment Available Spill Kit or Cat litter Fire Extinguisher Broom and Shovel Secure load tarping system
Once we receive your application or notification, we will contact you to schedule an inspection. If your vehicle passes the inspection, the vehicle will receive a sticker on the vehicle and receive an inspection report and permit in the mail.
Complete a Refuse Vehicle Permit Application and submit a permit fee in the amount of $360 per vehicle to: County of Sonoma Department of Health Services Environmental Health & Safety 625 5th Street Santa Rosa, CA 95404 (707) 565-6565