Community Resources

2-1-1 Sonoma

2-1-1 Sonoma connects Sonoma County residents to non-emergency health and human services resources. Dial 211 to speak with a bilingual and friendly Information & Referral Specialist any time of day or night. If you prefer, you can also search their online database for the same helpful resources. Their comprehensive database will connect you to accurate and up-to-date information and services. During times of disaster, the 2-1-1 Sonoma team will respond to provide you with local updates, advisories, and recovery resources. 2-1-1 Sonoma is here to advocate for you to find the resources you need to succeed, day and night, rain or shine.Whether you need a car seat, childcare, transportation, healthcare, housing…or whatever the case may be, 2-1-1 Sonoma is a RESOURCE and REFERRAL SERVICE dedicated to helping you find the right non-profit service that is specific to your needs. This is a 24/7 bilingual resource and information hotline targeting Northern CA fire relief. IMMIGRATION STATUS IS A NON-ISSUE!

North Bay Indo-American Association (NBIAA) 

Students who lost their homes and are low-income, single parent, no or limited insurance, have three children or more, health issues or experienced death recently can find out more about the campaign by clicking here

FEMA Local Assistance Center

427 Mendocino Ave (Former Press Democrat Building)
9am - 7pm
Free Parking - B Street

Sonoma Fire Info

Cal Fire State-wide Fire Information

Sonoma County Fire Response Information

For county-wide information in English and Spanish:
The most current info, maps, etc., is also posted on Sonoma County’s twitter feed:

City of Santa Rosa Emergency Information

This information has updated fire information including evacuation zones, maps, shelters, boiled water updates and more.

Sonoma Recovers

Pacific Gas and Energy

Petaluma People: Providing County-wide Emergency Housing 

For additional emergency housing options, you can try contacting the Petaluma People Services, who are helping people countywide (not just Petaluma): For more information and an application, or contact PPSC 707-765-8488, M-TH, 8:30 – 4:30.

Free Mattress for Fire Victims