How Sonoma County has changed, 2 years after the wildfires

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Special coverage

For more stories on the 2nd anniversary of the October firestorm, go here.

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For more stories on the rebuilding efforts in Sonoma County’s four fire zones: Coffey Park, Fountaingrove, the greater Mark West area and Sonoma Valley, go here.

Two years after the North Bay fires roared through parts of Sonoma County and the surrounding areas, change is everywhere.

Neighborhoods have been rebuilt, some survivors have moved back or moved away, businesses have reopened.

Scroll through the gallery about to see how much has changed, and what has stayed the same.

Special coverage

For more stories on the 2nd anniversary of the October firestorm, go here.

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For more stories on the rebuilding efforts in Sonoma County’s four fire zones: Coffey Park, Fountaingrove, the greater Mark West area and Sonoma Valley, go here.

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