The holidays are here and that means family, friends, food and fun! Find out the latest about how to safely celebrate, including where and how to get vaccinated or tested for COVID-19 in Sonoma County. Learn more
As of November 12, 2021, Sonoma County's election results are certified. View final election results
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
One in four Sonoma County children ages 5 to 11 are now fully or partially vaccinated against COVID-19, an important milestone that means the county has achieved the first goal set by the Sonoma County Office of Education and county health officials for pediatric vaccinations.
Human Rights Commission
The Commission on Human Rights hereby affirms its solidarity with the NAACP and calls for widespread recognition of its public statement of November 14, 2021.
The words we use affect our brain chemistry and the brains of those we speak to. Recovery oriented language supports healing.
The Community Advisory Council meets the first Monday of each month. Meeting will be conducted via Zoom
Spring Lake Regional Parks, Boat Launch, Newanga EntranceEnjoy leisurely walks with friendly, older adults. Explore plant and animal life, swap stories and take a gentle 2-mile stroll along some of the county’s most accessible trails. All abilities are welcome!
The function of the Environmental Review Committee (ERC) is to review public projects in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) to determine whether a Mitigated Negative Declaration or an Environmental Impact Report is required.