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Glass Fire Recovery

Posted on: December 23, 2020

Access the Glass Fire Rain Ready Map


Wildfire can leave burned areas with little or no vegetation and an impaired ability to absorb rainwater, resulting in increased rainwater runoff, and a significantly higher risk of flooding and debris or mudflows. With risk still high for hazards, the County of Sonoma has created the Glass Fire Rain Ready Map to help residents assess potential hazards for their properties. This map will show which areas located within fire burn areas that are at risk for flash floods, mudflows and debris flows, and their level of risk for these potential hazards during a rain event.

To view this map and for my tips on how to be Rain Ready, visit the City's page on preparing your property for rain after wildfire.

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