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April 10, 2024 | Permit Sonoma

Chip It, Don't Skip It

Spring has sprung and the free County Chipper Program has opened early for your convenience! We are now accepting applications from unincorporated County residents for the 2024 chipping season.

February 02, 2024 | Permit Sonoma

Lower Your Insurance Risk with SoCo Adapts

SoCoAdapts and Sonoma County want to help you lower your insurance premiums, give you more choices in insurance plans, and contribute to a safer community. And qualify for $10,000 in rebates! How? Learn more and check your eligibility.

January 22, 2024 | Permit Sonoma

Chipper Program Application Portal Now Open for 2024 Season

Thank you for your interest in the free Sonoma County Chipper Program! We are now taking online applications for the 2024 Season via the Application Portal. Please meet the Chipper Program Guidelines for application approval.

April 30, 2024 | Permit Sonoma

Sonoma County officials urge residents to prepare for wildfire season

As spring rain showers wind down, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors is reminding residents that it’s not too early to start getting ready for the threat of wildfires. The supervisors today declared the month of May as Wildfire Awareness Month and stressed that fire prevention measures would be the focus of public education during the month.

March 12, 2024 | Permit Sonoma

Sonoma County opens Chipper program early to reduce wildfire risk

Sonoma County’s free Residential Curbside Chipper Program is launching early this year in an effort to reduce residential wait times, expand service, and mitigate the risk of wildfires.

September 30, 2022 | Permit Sonoma

Permit Sonoma Fire Prevention to close Chipper Program applications for 2022

Permit Sonoma Fire Prevention Division announced that it will be closing seasonal applications for its Curbside Chipper Program on Oct. 1, 2022. The service supports residents of unincorporated Sonoma County in creating defensible space around their homes, neighboring roadsides and reduces vegetation along access routes.