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  • Volunteers are often needed for helping with art projects and initiatives, volunteering at the Fair, and helping the Economic Development Board with their annual events.

  • The County of Sonoma offers opportunities for the general public to become involved in local government by serving on local boards, commissions and committees.

  • Volunteers providing clerical assistance are sometimes needed to support the services and programs provided to the public. This assistance can include greeting clients and visitors, data entry, and helping clients and visitors complete forms.

  • The County of Sonoma provide opportunities in crisis support through a variety of programs within the Departments of Health, Human Services, the Family Justice Center, and the District Attorney's Office.

  • County of Sonoma, Department Employee Recognition Program allows for recognition of employees, units, and divisions.

  • Day of Caring is a yearly event where County of Sonoma and City of Santa Rosa employees team up to work on a variety of service projects, create team building and community spirit by extending public services further into our communities. 

  • Volunteer opportunities in support of disaster relief programs and services can include volunteer firefighters, auxiliary communications service providers, medical professionals, search & rescue team members, and mechanical, administrative and clerical services.

  • Employee Service Awards program serves to honor employees for their length of service to the County of Sonoma.

  • Volunteers in firefighting are trained and certified to manage a variety of emergencies including fire suppression and rescuing trapped victims. Opportunities in other areas include administrative and clerical work, mechanical maintenance for firefighting equipment, and fundraising efforts.

  • Volunteers are often needed for services and programs that provide support for children and youth.

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Contact Information

Sylvia Lemus

Program Manager

Employee & Volunteer Engagement & Recognition
Human Resources
County of Sonoma
Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
575 Administration Drive
Room 116 B
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.465237, -122.725363

Employee Fire Assistance

Information and Resources

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Disaster Leave, Local Assistance Center, Benefit Information, and more!

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