Commodity Points of Distribution for Residents affected by the Glass Fire
Residents returning to areas burned in the Glass Fire are asked to visit the supply and support station (also called commodity points of distribution) operated by the County of Sonoma and the City of Santa Rosa to receive critical safety information and equipment.
A drive-through supply station will be open starting Friday, October 16, 2020 at 10 AM. Residents will be asked to remain in their cars and to wear facial coverings.
Sequoia Elementary School: 5305 Dupont Drive, Santa Rosa
Hours: Through Saturday, October 24, 2020 : 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Residents of burned areas are encouraged to go to the stations to receive safety materials. Staff will verify residents’ addresses. Materials will include:
- 1 Home Depot Bucket
- 1 garbage bag
- 4 KN 95 masks
- 4 surgical masks
- 4 pairs of gloves
- 1 small bottle hand sanitizer
- 1 personal size packet of towelettes or hand wipes, enough for 4 people
- 4 individual water bottles
- 4 goggles
- 4 pairs of shoe covers (Tyvek bootie style)
In addition to supplies, residents will receive important safety information. The public is reminded that ash isn’t a safe material and should be handled cautiously.
Though this supply and support station is open to distribute equipment to individuals, this doesn’t mean that all residents are allowed back into their neighborhood or burned site. Residents should check their evacuation order status (https://sonomacounty.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=69a0e54e9e2b48c086d122027b21c961) to ensure that it is safe to enter the burned areas and that evacuation orders have been lifted or reduced.