Election results for Sonoma County are now available
As summer closes and school opens, Sonoma County has a new mask requirement, mandates for school staff, recommendations for employers, as well as increased testing and easy-to-access, walk-in vaccine clinics. Learn more
See how the County of Sonoma is working to allocate its share of the American Rescue Plan Act funds. Learn More
This County initiative focuses on the critical needs of residents who are experiencing physical and mental health challenges, economic uncertainty, housing instability and other issues. Learn more
On April 27, 2021 the Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution proclaiming a local drought emergency. Learn more
Evacuation zones are boundary specific areas that are used during emergencies to notify communities of an imminent threat or danger.
In the past, evacuation zones were different for each incident. Now your zone will remain mostly the same. Learn your zone for home and work and be ready to go if an alert evacuating your zone is issued.
Learn your zone today
This week’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following:1) New vaccine requirement for large employers; 2) Update on the status of in-person school; 3) Upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics and expanded testing; 4) Update on vaccine booster shots; 5) COVID-19 community resources & support; 6) Other county news items; 7) Emergency preparedness tips & resources
District Attorney Jill Ravitch has announced that Johnny Lee Sommerhalder, 78years old of Santa Rosa, has been denied parole by the California Board of Parole Hearings.
Defendant Jesus Paniagua-Rojas, 51 years old of Santa Rosa, was found guilty Wednesday afternoon by a Sonoma County jury of committing 18 felony sex offenses against two children from 2014 to 2018.
Half marathon, 10k and 5k event in and around Windsor
The Mental Health Board meets on the third Tuesday of every month; the community is invited to attend all meetings.