Department of Agriculture /
Weights & Measures

The Department of Agriculture/Weights and Measures enforces the laws and regulations of the California Food and Agriculture Code, the California Business & Professions Code and the California Code of Regulations while serving at the discretion of the County Board of Supervisors and CDFA's  Secretary of Food & Agriculture.

Sonoma County's Department of Agriculture/Weights & Measures employs a staff of thirty-nine people and has its main office in Santa Rosa.  To serve the public's needs, two small satellite offices with limited public hours are operated in the cities of Sonoma and Petaluma.

Vision:

A thriving agricultural industry, healthy community, environment, and economy

Mission:

To promote and protect agriculture, the health and safety of our community, environment and the economy through education and the enforcement of laws and regulations.

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Contact Information

Department of Agriculture / Weights & Measures
Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Closed from noon to 1:00 PM for lunch.

Contact us by Phone
Address
Main Office
133 Aviation Boulevard
Suite 110
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Remote Office Locations

Sonoma Office
19722 Eighth Street East
Sonoma, CA 95476
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Sonoma office hours:
Tuesday, Thursday
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Petaluma Office
11 English Street
Room 19
Petaluma, CA 95452
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Petaluma office hours:
By appointment only

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