Sonoma County CUPA
The Hazardous Materials Division of the Sonoma County Department of Emergency Services has the responsibility for the County's Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) programs. Under authority granted by the state, the Hazardous Materials Division administers the following programs:
- Hazardous Materials Business Plan Program (CA Health & Safety Code Chapter 6.95)·
- Hazardous Waste Program (CA Health & Safety Code, Chapter 6.5)
- Underground Tank Program (CA Health & Safety Code, Chapter 6.7)
- Accidental Release Program (CA Health & Safety Code, Chapter 6.95)
- Aboveground Storage Tanks (CA Health & Safety Code, Chapter 6.67)
- Uniform Fire Code (Section 8001.3.2-8001.3.3a)
These programs are implemented through Ordinance number 5015, Chapter 29 of the Sonoma County Code. There are three other CUPA agencies in Sonoma County which regulate facilities in their communities: Santa Rosa Fire Department, Petaluma Fire Department and Healdsburg Fire Department which regulates facilities within the cities of Sebastopol and Healdsburg. If you have questions regarding facilities within any of those cities, call the appropriate fire department.
Information regarding hazardous materials in your community can be obtained from this Division by completing a Community Right to Know Form.
In addition to the CUPA programs, the Division is also responsible for the
County Hazardous Materials Response Team, Green
Business Program, and provides hazardous materials training
through certified instructors.
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Hazardous Materials Division
2300 County Center Dr., Suite 221A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Phone: (707) 565-1152
Fax: (707) 565-1172
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