SoCo Correspondent: March Issue
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Virtual Local Assistance Center
As recovery efforts are underway after the 2019 Winter Storms & Flooding, Sonoma County continues to provide resources for community members impacted by this event.

The Local Assistance Center (LAC) closed Saturday, March 9, 2019. However, residents can find services available by accessing our virtual LAC.
Curbside Debris Collection

A curbside collection program is in place to assist residents with flood debris clean up in the unincorporated lower Russian River area.

Curbside debris collection will take place daily from March 11 – March 15, 2019 with a final sweep for remaining items from March 18 – 22, 2019.

Need a Permit?

Permit Sonoma has staff dedicated to expediting flood recovery permitting.

Individuals needing post-flood permitting support should either come into the Permit Sonoma office located at 2550 Ventura Avenue in Santa Rosa or apply for permits online .

Important Reminders
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