Sonoma County wildfire photos: Now and then

As Sonoma County moves forward with rebuilding, take a look at how these local neighborhoods appear five months after the October wildfires.|

It has been five months since the Tubbs, Nuns and Pocket fires devastated Sonoma County. Neighborhoods throughout Santa Rosa and the Sonoma Valley are moving on. For some that means reinvesting in their communities - rebuilding their homes or moving to other parts of Sonoma County. For others that means moving away from wine country and the memories that haunt us to this day.

In the wake of it all, 5,283 residences were destroyed. However, the proud residents of Coffey Park, Larkfield, Fountaingrove and Glen Ellen remain Sonoma Strong.

As Sonoma County moves forward with rebuilding, take a look through the gallery above to see these neighborhoods before and during the October wildfires.

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