For more information including polling places, sample ballots and more, see November 2, 2021 Consolidated Election
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
Permit Sonoma (PRMD)
In anticipation of potentially significant rainfall expected in Sonoma County within the next week, Permit Sonoma is resetting the closure date of deep well testing from Monday, November 1, 2021 to Tuesday, October 26, 2021.
Sonoma County Health Officer Dr. Sundari Mase today amended a health order to allow certain stable groups of people, such as those in gyms, classes and offices, the option of lifting the mandate on wearing masks indoors if they verify that all members of the group are fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
Learn more about food insecurity and obesity, misconceptions about obesity, and the increased rates of pediatric obesity during the pandemic.
Special Closed Session
Code Enforcement Appeal/Abatement Hearing
Calabazas Creek Regional Park & PreserveThe Oct. 23 event is cancelled.Come explore the wildness. Meet our newest property, which was acquired by Sonoma County Ag + Open Space and transferred to Regional Parks for a future park. Calabazas Creek has a fascinating history and boasts beautiful vistas, creekside treasures and a challenging hike.
Foothill Regional ParkIn 2019, the Kinkade fire burned through 95% of Foothill Regional Park. Firefighters were able to stop the fire from entering Windsor by cutting firebreaks through the park. Volunteers will work on park trails, cutting and removing debris and spreading gravel.