Since the wild fires destroyed homes all over California over the past few years, there has been an increase in demand for manufactured and modular homes. These homes are occasionally a great fit for fire victims and they are affordable. Modular homes come in many shapes and sizes providing a wide range of options in both price and style for clients. Some of the other benefits include shorter build time, quality of materials and construction, and energy savings on production. Since the homes are built in a facility, the process goes much faster and there is substantially less waste associated.
Resiliency Permit Center is exclusively dedicated to assist survivors of the fire rebuilds
The County of Sonoma has established a Resiliency Permit Center exclusively dedicated to assisting survivors of the fires to rebuild their homes. The center has been open since February 13th and has helped expedite the permitting process. The Resiliency Permit Center is located adjacent to the existing Permit Sonoma offices at 2550 Ventura Avenue in Santa Rosa. Having the Resiliency Permit Center means a few different benefits for fire victims.
Reduced Processing Time - Applications will have an expedited processing time of five business days or less for plan checks, with three business days for rechecks.