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  • Published on October 10, 2019 at 10:10 AM

    PG&E implemented the scheduled power shutoff across areas in Sonoma County. This is due to severe weather conditions that carry significant fire risk, specifically high winds and low humidity. Approximately 200,000 Sonoma County residents have been affected.

  • Published on October 10, 2019 at 10:00 AM

    PG&E implemento primera fase de corte de energía en el Condado de Sonoma. Esto es el resultado de las condiciones del clima severo que ha puesto en alto riesgo de incendios, especialmente vientos fuertes y baja humedad. Aproximadamente 200,000 residentes del Condado de Sonoma han sido afectados.

  • Published on October 9, 2019 at 9:15 PM

    Due to the power outage, many County offices will be closed, some services will be limited, and some public meetings will be canceled.

  • Published on October 7, 2019 at 4:30 PM

    A Fire Weather Watch has been issued for Sonoma County from Wednesday 5 a.m. (10/9) to Thursday 5 p.m. for strong and gusty offshore winds and low humidity. PG&E has issued a Public Safety Power Shutoff Watch for Wednesday, October 9th, 2019 at 4:00 a.m. until Thursday, October 10th, 2019 at noon affecting the County. If fire weather conditions persist, PG&E may potentially shut power off.

  • Published on October 7, 2019 at 4:29 PM

    El Servicio Meteorológico Nacional ha emitido una Vigilancia de Incendios Climáticos y incluye a todo el condado de Sonoma con la excepción de la cordillera de la costa comenzando el miércoles a las 5 a.m. (10/9) hasta el jueves a las 5 p.m., por vientos marinos fuertes y racheados y poca humedad.

  • Sonoma County Fairgrounds
    Published on September 27, 2019
    Sonoma County Fairgrounds

    Fairgrounds Events Raffle Basket Drawing October 9th. Purchase tickets at General Services Suite #A220

  • Transportation & Public Works
    Published on September 17, 2019
    Transportation & Public Works

    Raffle to Win Air Show Tickets - Drawing September 25

  • Published on September 5, 2019

    On Thursday, September 5th, the County of Sonoma will be conducting a TEST of three alert and warning systems, including the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system, SoCoAlert, and the National Weather Service NOAA Weather Radio System, from 10:00am until 11:10am. During this testing period, residents and visitors within the communities of Healdsburg, Cloverdale, and Geyserville will receive a phone call or an alert on their mobile device.

  • Published on August 19, 2019

    The County of Sonoma has created a space where you can learn about different topics related to emergency response and preparedness from experts, all in one place.

  • Published on July 19, 2019

    On July 9th, County Supervisors and staff participated in a quarterly workshop to learn how they can enhance their abilities to respond to a major emergency or disaster.

    Please share the Correspondent with your family and friends, and if you have any ideas of how we can improve the newsletter or other outreach efforts please send us your thoughts to publicaffairs@sonoma-county.org.

  • Published on July 12, 2019

    Working together to expedite and attempt to resolve a pending federal lawsuit, the County of Sonoma, the Sonoma County Community Development Commission, and the City of Santa Rosa have reached an agreement with Homeless Action! and three individuals experiencing homelessness for a preliminary and temporary injunction.

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    Published on June 28, 2019
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    On June 27, 2019, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling blocking the citizenship question from appearing on the 2020 census questionnaire for at least the time being.

  • Published on June 5, 2019

    Sonoma County residents are encouraged to attend Budget Hearings and provide input about the recommended budget for Fiscal Year 2019 - 2020.

    Please share the Correspondent with your family and friends, and if you have any ideas of how we can improve the newsletter or other outreach efforts please send us your thoughts to publicaffairs@sonoma-county.org.

  • Published on May 22, 2019

    The County of Sonoma was recognized by the National Association of Counties (NACo) with two Achievement Awards for the Recovery and Resiliency Framework, and the Accessing Coordinated Care and Empowering Self-Sufficiency (ACCESS) initiative. The awards honor innovative, effective county government programs that strengthen services for residents.

    Please share the Correspondent with your family and friends, and if you have any ideas of how we can improve the newsletter or other outreach efforts please send us your thoughts to publicaffairs@sonoma-county.org.

  • County Administrator's Office
    Published on May 20, 2019
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    An accurate count is the first step in making sure our community has good jobs, roads, schools & adequate resources now and in the future.
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    Published on May 20, 2019
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    Sonoma County has partnered with United Way of the Wine Country to boost participation in the 2020 census among historically undercounted residents in the county, including Latinos, children and renters.

  • County Administrator's Office
    Published on May 20, 2019
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    Sonoma County lost something even more vital than housing to the 2017 wildfires. We said goodbye to about 3,300 neighbors.

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    Published on May 19, 2019
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    One hundred and 57 years ago on May 5, a ragtag band of Mexican troops rose up against well-armed French soldiers and bested them in the Battle of Puebla.

  • Published on May 9, 2019

    In the months following the 2017 wildfires, there was heightened awareness of the importance of ensuring that City fire survivors rebuild as well as that community-wide economic vitality was met by meeting housing development goals. The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors and the Santa Rosa City Council have been working to address the problem. In response, the concept of a regional housing construct began to take shape in the Renewal Enterprise District (RED).

  • County Administrator's Office
    Published on April 25, 2019
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    Census will arrive in your mailbox soon

  • Oficina del Administrador del Condado
    Published on April 22, 2019
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    El secretario de Comercio federal, Wilbur Ross, dijo el jueves que cualquier información sobre la ciudadanía recopilada como parte del Censo del 2020 no se compartirá.

  • Published on April 8, 2019

    We want to understand how prepared our community is to respond to a disaster. That is why we created the Emergency Preparedness & Prevention Questionnaire. The results of this survey will help us gauge community needs in reducing risk and loss from such hazards.

    Please share the Correspondent with your family and friends, and if you have any ideas of how we can improve the newsletter or other outreach efforts please send us your thoughts to publicaffairs@sonoma-county.org.

  • Published on April 3, 2019

    On April 2, 2019, the Department Heads responsible for overseeing Sonoma County’s safety net programs brought a set of contracting principles before the Board of Supervisors.

  • Published on April 2, 2019

    The Census Bureau has developed a new way of accessing data and is now a few months away from the official launch of data.census.gov and the retirement of American FactFinder in June.

  • Published on April 2, 2019

    State leaders, key advocates and community members came together Tuesday to highlight California’s efforts to ensure a complete and accurate Census count one year out from Census Day 2020.

  • Published on April 1, 2019

    The U.S. Census Bureau provided an operational update today on the status of 2020 Census operations, emphasizing the need for innovative, collaborative partnerships to ensure a complete and accurate count of everyone living in the United States.

  • Published on March 29, 2019

    On April 2, 2019 at 11 a.m., state leaders, key advocates and community members will highlight California’s efforts to ensure a complete and accurate Census count one year out from Census Day 2020.

  • Published on March 26, 2019

    On Tuesday March 19, 2019 the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to enter several agreements that will move forward restructuring efforts of fire services in Sonoma County.

  • Published on March 21, 2019

    A month after Sonoma County was hit by a storm that caused historical floods, the Curbside Flood Debris Collection Program established in response to that disaster will come to an end.

  • Published on March 14, 2019

    As recovery efforts are underway after the 2019 Winter Storms & Flooding, Sonoma County continues to provide resources for community members impacted by this event.

    The Local Assistance Center (LAC) closed Saturday, March 9, 2019. However, residents can find services available by accessing our virtual LAC.

    Please share the Correspondent with your family and friends, and if you have any ideas of how we can improve the newsletter or other outreach efforts please send us your thoughts to publicaffairs@sonoma-county.org.

  • Published on March 8, 2019 at 2:15 PM

    The Local Assistance Center (LAC) in Guerneville, established to help residents impacted by the winter storms and floods in the Russian River area last week, will close on Saturday March 9, 2019.

  • Published on March 7, 2019

    The County of Sonoma is coordinating curbside debris collection to begin March 11 to assist Russian River communities with the significant amount of waste created by the flood disaster.

  • Published on March 5, 2019
    Local assessments pave the way for State and Federal organizations to determine community impacts
  • Published on March 2, 2019
    Flood debris drop-off sites available through March 4.
  • Published on March 2, 2019
    Sitios para deshacerse de los escombros que trajo la inundación disponibles hasta el 4 de marzo.
  • Published on March 2, 2019
    Información sobre recursos y servicios disponibles para recuperación después de la tormenta.
  • Published on March 2, 2019
    Initial assessments identify countywide damages for approximately 1,900 homes and 578 businesses.
  • Published on March 2, 2019
    Las evaluaciones iniciales identifican daños de aproximadamente 1,900 hogares y 578 negocios en todo el condado
  • Published on March 2, 2019
    El Centro de Asistencia Local abrirá el domingo al mediodía para proveer a los residentes con servicios y apoyo en un solo lugar.
  • Published on March 2, 2019
    Center opens on Sunday March 3 at noon to provide residents with services and support all in one place.
  • Published on March 1, 2019

    Sonoma County crews and partner agencies have conducted evaluations and have determined it is safe to allow residents back into evacuation areas along the Russian River. The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office have sent notifications lifting evacuation orders. Please be aware that roads will still have some debris. Use caution when entering these areas. If you see road crews, please make way for them to get through to keep clearing debris.

  • Published on February 28, 2019 at 3:30 PM

    In the wake of this week’s severe storms and subsequent flooding along the Russian River, Governor Newsom has declared a State of Emergency to allow for state funds and resources to help our local community respond to and recover from the impacts of flooding, mudslides, and damage to critical infrastructure.

  • Published on February 28, 2019 at 12:10 PM

    The Russian River reached a crest of 45.4 feet late Wednesday night, just short of the projected peak of 46 feet. The river has started to recede and is expected drop to below flood stage of 32 feet early Friday morning. Preliminary estimates indicate as many as 3,000 structures have been damaged during the flood.

  • Published on February 27, 2019 at 11:00 AM
    La Junta de Supervisores del Condado de Sonoma declaró una Emergencia Local este martes en medio de las poderosas tormentas que azotan la zona con fuertes lluvias que causaron el desbordamiento del río Russian y consecuentemente la evacuación de miles de residentes que viven en la parte inferior del río.
  • Published on February 27, 2019 at 11:00 AM

    The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors declared a Local Emergency Tuesday in the midst of powerful winter storms that have battered the County with heavy rains that caused the Russian River to overflow its banks, and forcing the evacuation of thousands residents from the lower river area.

    The proclamation requests that California Governor Gavin Newsom proclaim a State of Emergency, waive regulations that could hinder response and recovery efforts, and make state disaster and assistance and relief programs available for damage caused by the 2019 winter storms and flooding. The proclamation is the first step in seeking support for the response efforts that are under way and the recovery efforts that will follow.

  • Published on February 27, 2019 at 7:30 AM

    The latest prediction from the California Nevada River Forecast Center indicates the Russian River will reach minor flood stages of 32 feet at 7 pm tonight, and it is anticipated that it will peak at 11 pm tomorrow, February 27, at a crest of 46.1 feet at Guerneville. It is expected that the Russian River will recede below flood levels, at 32 feet, at 10 pm on Thursday, February 28th.

    In response, the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office issued evacuation orders to residents living near the Russian River floodway and its tributaries through the Wireless Emergency Alert system (WEA), SoCoAlert and other social media tools. If you are planning to evacuate, we recommend you evacuate now to help clear the roads for emergency vehicles this evening.

  • Published on February 26, 2019 at 5:20 PM

    The latest prediction from the California Nevada River Forecast Center indicates the Russian River will reach minor flood stages of 32 feet at 7 pm tonight, and it is anticipated that it will peak at 11 pm tomorrow, February 27, at a crest of 46.1 feet at Guerneville. It is expected that the Russian River will recede below flood levels, at 32 feet, at 10 pm on Thursday, February 28th.

    In response, the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office issued evacuation orders to residents living near the Russian River floodway and its tributaries through the Wireless Emergency Alert system (WEA), SoCoAlert and other social media tools. If you are planning to evacuate, we recommend you evacuate now to help clear the roads for emergency vehicles this evening. 

  • Published on February 8, 2019

    On January 15, 2019, the Board of Supervisors hosted its first disaster preparedness workshop with the purpose of enhancing the ability of County Supervisors and staff to respond to a major emergency or disaster. Read the newsletter for information about future workshops.

    Please share the Correspondent with your family and friends, and if you have any ideas of how we can improve the newsletter or other outreach efforts please send us your thoughts to publicaffairs@sonoma-county.org.

  • Published on January 8, 2019

    The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors would like to wish you a happy new year.  2018 was a challenging year for many of our residents, but it was also the year we started to rise together. Although we know we have a long way ahead of us, we want to make 2019 the year of recovery. 

    Please share the Correspondent with your family and friends, and if you have any ideas of how we can improve the newsletter or other outreach efforts please send us your thoughts to publicaffairs@sonoma-county.org.

  • Published on December 7, 2018

    As we continue to rise from the ashes together, our County has been sending employees to assist with the recovery efforts in Butte County. We can lend a helping hand now because together, we are strong, we are resilient, we are Sonoma County.

    Please share the Correspondent with your family and friends, and if you have any ideas of how we can improve the newsletter or other outreach efforts please send us your thoughts to publicaffairs@sonoma-county.org.

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