In October 2017, wildfires destroyed more than 5,300 homes in Sonoma County…
To learn about the impact of the wildfires in Sonoma County, click here.
Habitat for Humanity Sonoma County’s Recovery Programs, in response to these devastating wildfires:
- In the immediate months after the fires, Habitat’s ReStore provided over $400,000 in home goods and services to survivors.
- Habitat collaborated with Rebuild NorthBay Foundation to rebuild one mile of common fencing for two decimated subdivisions.
- And, Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County is providing temporary housing for fire survivors, and dramatically increasing the number of affordable permanent homes we create to help rebuild our community.
If you or a household member were affected by the wildfires and interested in learning more about our homeownership program, please complete the interest form.
Mark West / Larkfield Estates Fence Project
Sonoma Wildfire Cottages
The Sonoma Wildfire Cottages are near completion and families will be able to move in shortly!
The Dedication Ceremony was held Friday, August 16th at 1:30 p.m.
The nine Cottages will provide temporary rental housing for 2 to 5 years for fire survivors working to rebuild or secure other permanent housing. These 1- or 2-bedroom homes range from 380 to 744 square feet and are located together on the Medtronic campus in Santa Rosa.
The Cottages also are an important demonstration project for modern construction technologies to inform the future of building in Sonoma County. Habitat for Humanity Sonoma County is partnering with renowned Hurricane Katrina Cottage developer and designer Marianne Cusato. Design and installation of the Cottages is helping expand Habitat’s capacity to build more homes even more quickly and efficiently. To learn more about Habitat’s future building efforts and training facility, read about The Habitat Center, now open in SOMO Village, Rohnert Park!
Sonoma Wildfire Cottages Partners