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Supervisor James Gore
Fourth District

Supervisorial District 4 MapSonoma County’s 4th Supervisorial District runs from the Sonoma – Mendocino County line south into Northwest Santa Rosa. East to West, it extends from the Mayacamas Mountain Range to the Coastal Hills.

Encompassing some 330,000 acres of land and more than 100,000 constituents, the District includes the cities of Cloverdale, Windsor, Healdsburg, and portions of Santa Rosa, as well as the unincorporated communities of Geyserville, Fulton and Larkfield-Wikiup.

The district is home to the Russian River, the Geysers, Lake Sonoma, and the premium wine growing regions of Alexander Valley, Knights Valley, Russian River Valley and Dry Creek Valley.

  • Published on December 26, 2017
    The devastating October wildfires that swept through Sonoma County created a significant flood risk for people living in and nearby the burned areas until vegetation is restored. In order to help residents assess their risk and prepare for flooding, a post-fire hazard map is now available.

  • Published on December 15, 2017
    California Penal Code Section 396 generally prohibits charging a price that exceeds, by more than 10 percent, the price of an item before a state or local declaration of emergency. This law applies to those who sell food, emergency supplies, medical supplies, building materials and gasoline. The law also applies to repair or reconstruction services, emergency cleanup services, transportation, freight and storage services, hotel accommodations and rental housing.
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  • Published on March 13, 2018

    On March 12, 2018, Christopher Godley, a nationally respected emergency services leader, has been temporarily named the interim Emergency Manager of Sonoma County. Mr. Godley will take the helm of the Emergency Services Division for several months while the County conducts a national recruitment to find a qualified individual to serve as the permanent Emergency Manager.

  • Published on March 12, 2018
    The County of Sonoma is establishing a Resiliency Permit Center exclusively dedicated to assist survivors of the fires rebuild. The center, which will open on February 13, 2018 will accelerate the permitting process for home owners of the approximately 3,000 residential properties destroyed or damaged in unincorporated areas of Sonoma County
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Contact Information

Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Board of Supervisors
575 Administration Drive
Room 100 A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.464626, -122.725441

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North County News

A Newsletter for the Residents of Sonoma County's 4th Supervisorial District

Elected Term in Office

Term of Office

4 Years

Elected to Office

November 2014

Current Term

Began January 2015

Lytton Rancheria Fact Sheet

Published on August 27, 2015 On May 21, 2015

Sonoma County Memorandum of Agreement Fact Sheet Regarding Lytton Rancheria Residential Development and Fee-to-Trust Project

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