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Boards and Commissions Upcoming Items of Significant Public Interest

The following Permit Sonoma agenda items have been scheduled for discussion at upcoming Board of Supervisor, Board of Zoning Adjustments, Planning Agency or Planning Commission meetings. These items have been identified as being of significant interest to the public.

Please use the links below to see all of the upcoming meeting agenda items for the Board of Supervisors and Commissions and Committees affiliated with Permit Sonoma:

Current Items

No items listed at this time.

Previous Items

October 7, 2019 – Roblar Road Quarry

Proposed modifications to approved Use Permit Conditions of Approval. Adopt a Resolution Certifying a Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report Final (SEIR), Adopting a Statement of Overriding Considerations, and Approving Proposed Modifications to the Approved Roblar Road Quarry Use Permit Conditions of Approval. (UPE16-0058)


September 30, 2019 – Petaluma Hills Farm (Purvine) Appeal

Appeal of a Use Permit approval to allow the Petaluma Hills Farm commercial cannabis cultivation operation at 334 Purvine Road in Petaluma. (UPC17-0020)


September 17, 2019 – Accessory Dwelling Unit Code Changes

This project would by rezone approximately 1,900 agricultural parcels to remove prohibitions on Accessory Dwelling Units.


August 13, 2019 – Accessory Dwelling Unit Code Changes (Continued to September 17)

This project would by rezone approximately 1,900 agricultural parcels to remove prohibitions on Accessory Dwelling Units.


June 13, 2019 – Freestone Cheese Shop

The Board of Supervisors will consider the appeal of a Use Permit approval to allow retail sales of alcohol (Off-premise) at an existing cheese shop in Freestone.


June 13, 2019 – Roblar Road Quarry

The Board of Supervisors will consider whether to approve proposed modifications to the approved Roblar Road Quarry Use Permit Conditions of Approval (UPE16-058).


May 21, 2019 – Septic System Regulations

The Board of Supervisors will consider the proposed update of County septic system regulations in order to meet state mandated regulations and protect water quality and public health.

Proposed Onsite Waste Treatment System (OWTS) Regulations