Important Local Contacts

Provided as a Courtesy by D&G Equity

Tenant Resources


Supportive Services

Community Action Partnership

707-544-6911

West County Community Services

707-823-1640

Face to Face, Santa Rosa

707-544-1581

Catholic Charities of Santa Rosa

707-528-8712

SoCo Community Development Commission
HUD subsidized housing

707-565-7500

Sonoma County Agencies

707-565-2241

River to Coast Children Services

707-869-3613

SoCo Waste Management Agency

707-565-3375

QuitSmokingCommunity.org

Sonoma County Sheriff’s Department

Steve Freitas, Sheriff-Coroner

Any Emergency
Life threatening, crime in progress, fire, ambulance.

9-1-1

MAIN Dispatch (Non-emergency)
Deputy response, neighborhood nuisances, suspicious vehicles/persons, trespassing.

707-565-2121

MAIN Business Line (Non-Emergency)
Patrol requests, abandoned vehicles, and misdemeanors.

707-565-2650

Local Sheriff’s Substations
Guerneville……………..869-0202
Larkfield…………………565-7395
Roseland………………..545-7267
Sonoma Valley………..996-9495

707-565-2152

Crime Prevention Unit

707-565-3107

Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Unit

707-565-7600

Animal Control Services

707-565-7100

Graffitti Removal Hotline

707-565-2152

Flood Services & Resources

Sonoma County Water Agency

707-526-5370

American Red Cross

707-577-7600

Federal Emergency Management Agency AKA: FEMA

1-800-621-3362

Flood Impacts for the Lower Russian River Area

49.5′ – Flood of Record 2/18/1986 (102,000CFS)
48.5′ – Near record flooding. The Guerneville Veterans Building and the Sheriff’s Substation begin to flood.
47′ – Businesses on the north side of Main Street flood. Travel to most areas is impossible.
46′ – Disastrous flooding. Much of downtown Guerneville floods. The Guerneville Post Office begins to flood. River Road in Rio Nido floods.
45′– Disastrous flooding is forecasted to occur along the lower Russian River. Much of downtown Guerneville will become inundated. Many roads will flood, making travel nearly impossible throughout the reach.
44′ – Hwy 116 West of Guerneville closes. Safeway floods. In Monte Rio and Guerneville Park, the main business sections flood. Travel in most areas is nearly impossible.
41.5′ – River Road in Guerneville closes. The main intersections in Monte Rio flood and the Monte Rio Elementary School begins to flood. D & G’s offices begin to flood.
40′ – Major flooding is expected along the Russian River. Travel along River Road in Guerneville becomes very difficult. Upper Redwood Drive in Northwood floods. Austin Creek Road in Cazadero floods.
39′ – Hwy 116 West of Duncan Mills closes. River Road at Hacienda floods. Canyon Seven in Rio Nido, at the miniature Golf Course floods. The R3 Resort in Guerneville begins to flood.
38′ – Freezeout Road at Moscow Road in Duncan Mills floods. Cazadero Road at Hwy 116 in Guerneville floods.
37′ – Mirabel Road at River Road in Forestville floods. River Road East of Guerneville floods. Mill Street and 5th Street in Guerneville flood. River Blvd East of Monte Rio floods.
36′ – Mirabel Park Resort and Mirabel Trailer Park in Forestville flood. Fern Road at Hwy 116 in Guerneville.
35′ – Moderate flooding is forecasted along the lower Russian River. Numerous businesses and residences in the lowest sections of towns within the reach are expected to flood. Brookside Resort begins to flood. More extensive flooding occurs at Parkers Resort. Lower Redwood Drive in Northwood begins to flood.
34′ – Flooding begins at Johnsons Resort, Parkers Resort, Creekside Resort and Riverside Park in Guerneville. Lower Redwood Drive in Northwood begins to flood.
33′ – The intersection of Hwy 116 and Drake Road in Guerneville closes. Willow and Alder Streets in Monte Rio flood. Mirabel Trailer Park in Forestville begins to flood.
32.5′ – Hwy 116 and Neeley Road in Guerneville closes. Mays Canyon Road by the old Rodeo Grounds closes.
32′– Flood stage. Minor flooding begins. Lower Mill Street in Guerneville and Old Bohemian Highway in Monte Rio are expected to flood.