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: September 25, 2021 from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Foothill Regional Park
In 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.
Today: September 25, 2021 from 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM
Stillwater Cove Regional Park
What thrives in a redwood forest? What creatures live in this shaded, temperate rainforest? Come and learn about redwood ecology as we hike up to the historic Stillwater Cove schoolhouse.
Today: September 25, 2021 from 10:00 – 11:00 AM
Steelhead Beach Regional Park
Calling all nature-loving kids! Check out this interactive series where kids grow their outdoor skills and help steward the earth. Youth ages 7-13 will explore regional parks with a ranger and park staff.
Today: September 25, 2021 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Crane Creek Regional Park
Come be a part of ringing in a new season – autumn – by enjoying a walk through the parks at twilight. We’ll learn what it means to be in a new season and why some cultures make celebrations out of equinoxes.
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Published on September 24, 2021
This week’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following:1) The latest on booster shots; 2) Vaccines for 5- to 11-year-olds; 3) Update on the status of in-person school; 4) Upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics and expanded testing; 5) COVID-19 community resources & support; 6) Other county news items; 7) Emergency preparedness tips & resources
Published on September 17, 2021
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
Published on September 10, 2021
This week’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following: 1) Update on the start of in-person school; 2) County issues new guidance for youth sports; 3) Vaccination required for home health workers, pharmacists; 4) Free upcoming COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinics; 5) COVID-19 community resources & support; 6) Other county news items; and 7) Emergency preparedness tips & resources.
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Published on June 22, 2021
Permit Sonoma, Sonoma County’s land use and resource management department, released a draft Local Coastal Plan (LCP). The LCP regulates land use, protects coastal resources, and guides coastal development.
Published on May 18, 2021
Permit Sonoma has published Sonoma County’s first draft Winery Events Ordinance, which would set new standards for winery events like parking requirements, food service, event coordination, traffic management, and noise standards to address the impact of winery visitor-serving uses on agricultural land.
Published on December 16, 2020
The Sonoma County Area Agency on Aging (AAA) honored Third District Supervisor Shirlee Zane on December 16, 2020, with its annual Marge Ling Leadership Award to recognize her dedication to improving the quality of life for older adults in Sonoma County.
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One Day Clean Commute
The One Day Clean Commute Campaign was created by the Energy & Sustainability Division to motivate and inspire employees to choose clean commute options rather than driving to work solo.
Our program provides financing strategies for home and businesses, enabling owners to apply whole house energy improvements which improve the property value, stimulate the economy, and create jobs for our community.
Electronic devices contain high enough levels of certain materials, such as lead, that render them hazardous when disposed. Sonoma County offers recycling alternatives.