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  • The Advertising and Promotions Program utilizes a portion of the Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) to encourage tourism, economic development and community engagement through a variety of grant award and funding avenues.
  • The annual acreage survey and crop report are both compiled to show the types of crops grown and show the trends in agriculture.
  • Two air pollution control districts have jurisdiction in Sonoma County, the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District (NSCAPCD) and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD).
  • Field Services include: Enforcing local and state animal control laws that protect people, animals and property; Investigating animal bite reports and rabies control cases; Transporting sick or injured stray animals to locations that can provide aid; Patrolling busy streets for stray, injured and abandoned animals; and Enforcing licensing and vaccination laws.
  • The Sonoma County Beekeepers Association maintains a “Swarm List” of beekeepers who will remove unwanted hives from your property. Some will also help with Yellow Jackets.
  • The Agricultural Commissioner’s Office works with CDFA to develop the use of effective biological controls for use on troublesome pests of agriculture. Biological control organisms have been placed throughout the County to help in the control of: Puncture Vine, Yellow Starthistle, Gorse, Ash Whitefly and Scotch Broom.
  • Connects you to licensing, regulatory requirements and business assistance services in Sonoma County.
  • The State of California does not require or issue business licenses for sole proprietorships or general partnerships. Other business structures, however, must register with the state. All businesses located in an incorporated city in Sonoma County must first obtain a business license from that city. The county does not require a business license to do business within its unincorporated areas, but all fictitious business names must be registered with the Sonoma County Clerk.
  • Information about living and working in Sonoma County
  • Materials Available for Purchase: Walking Lists; Alphabetical Lists; Mailing Labels; Voter Data; Absentee Voter Data; Maps; Statement of the Vote
  • The Sonoma County Farmer’s Markets were established to provide raw agricultural products directly to the consumer throughout the County. This office inspects certified growing sites and markets to preserve the integrity of the direct marketing program.
  • The Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention program (CLPP) employs a team of health professionals, who provide services to parents, healthcare providers, and the general public.
  • We investigate all complaints received from consumers regarding possible unlawful or deceptive practices. They may range from incorrectly measured firewood, malfunctioning gas pumps, fuel contamination, to businesses not properly giving a customer an advertised sales price. Unfair business practices among competitors are investigated to ensure fundamental fairness.
  • The mission of the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Unit is to create an active and involved partnership and provide resources and information to assist in keeping our community, families, and businesses safe.
  • Specified diseases and conditions are mandated by state laws and regulations to be reported by healthcare providers and laboratories to the local health officer.
  • Purchasing services for all Sonoma County Departments are centralized under the Purchasing Division within General Services.
  • Services for Employers including: Recruitment Services; Labor Market Services; EEO Information; Government Resources; Employer Incentives; Education Services; Human Resource Info; Labor Relations; Wellness and Ergonomics; Staff Provided Services.
  • Environmental drilling is required for investigation and cleanup of contaminated sites. Various agencies may have jurisdiction over these investigations and cleanups. Environmental drilling is also conducted for Real Estate Phase 2 environmental assessments. In accordance with the Sonoma County well ordinance, environmental drilling permits for these activities are issued by the Sonoma County Department of Health Services (DHS).
  • The Sonoma County Agricultural Commissioner’s Office is continuing to work with the US Department of Agriculture and the California Department of Food and Agriculture to survey the county and detect European Grapevine Moths in Sonoma County.
  • Persons doing business for profit under a fictitious name (does not include surname in company name). Statement must be filed in county of principal place of business, and may also be filed in other counties as long as the requirements for filing in the county of principal place of business have been met…
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Business Assistance & Resources

Services directed toward encouraging the startup, retention and expansion of Sonoma County businesses.

Economic Development Board

The Sonoma County Economic Development Board (EDB) is dedicated to helping your business to succeed.

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