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February 13, 2019 | Board of Supervisors Department

Evento de Lanzamiento de la Coalición de Familias Seguras

Habrá oportunidad de entrevistar a una madre que recientementerecibió estatus de asilo gracias a la intervención de la organización VIDAScomo parte de la Coalición de Familias Seguras. Read full story


February 12, 2019 | Board of Supervisors Department

Heavy Rain Brings Risk of Flash Floods and Mudslides to Sonoma County

The National Weather Service has issued several alerts due to the strong winter storm forecasted to pass over Sonoma County Tuesday night through Thursday morning, February 14, 2019. Read full story


February 12, 2019 | Board of Supervisors Department

Fuertes Lluvias Generan Riesgo de Inundaciones Repentinas y Deslizamientos en el Condado de Sonoma

The National Weather Service has issued several alerts due to the strong winter storm forecasted to pass over Sonoma County Tuesday night through Thursday morning, February 14, 2019. Read full story


February 4, 2019 | Board of Supervisors Department

Sonoma County Begins the New Year with a Brighter Future and Bolder Action

Givenall that Sonoma County has endured in the wake of the horrific 2017 wildfiresand the bitter aftermath; the region is well on its road to recovery, and allcredit goes to the goodwill of its people—friends, neighbors and strangers – whojoined together to put others first above all else. Read full story


January 16, 2019 | Board of Supervisors Department

County Storm Update: Mud Slides Possible in Burn Scars this Evening

The National Weather Service has issued severalalerts and warnings due to the strong winter storm forecasted to pass overSonoma County Wednesday night through Thursday, January 17, 2019. With theforecasted rain, there is potential for mudslides in the areas that burned inthe October 2017 wildfires this evening. Read full story


January 16, 2019 | Board of Supervisors Department

Actualización sobre Tormenta: Existen Posibilidades De Deslizamientos En Zonas Quemadas Durante la Noche

El Servicio Nacional de Meteorología ha emitido varias alertas en relación a la tormenta invernal que pasa por el Condado de Sonoma y que se extenderá hasta el jueves 17 de enero de 2019. Las fuertes lluvias que se pronostican para la noche crean potencial para que se generen deslizamientos de tierra en las áreas quemadas por los incendios de octubre de 2017. Read full story


December 17, 2018 | Board of Supervisors Department

Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Approves the Creation of Hundreds of Affordable Homes

In a significant step towards addressing Sonoma County’s housing crisis, last Tuesday the Board of Supervisors approved a series of actions that will result in the creation of 618 new units of affordable housing over the next three years. Read full story


December 14, 2018 | Board of Supervisors Department

Increased Risk of Flooding and Mud, Debris Flows after 2017 Wildfires

The City of Santa Rosa and the County of Sonoma encourage residents living in and around the areas burned by the October 2017 wildfires to prepare their property for the rainy season and remain alert for possible threats from intense winter storms. Read full story


December 11, 2018 | Board of Supervisors Department

BoardApproves Recovery & Resiliency Framework

– On Tuesday, the Board ofSupervisors approved the Recovery and Resiliency Framework which serves as avision and approach for how Sonoma County will recover and emerge moreresilient from the October 2017 wildfires. Read full story


December 3, 2018 | Board of Supervisors Department

Board of Supervisors to Consider Appointment of New Emergency Manager

After a nationwide search and extensive interview process, Sonoma County Administrative Officer (CAO), Sheryl Bratton, will officially recommend the appointment of Christopher Godley as the next Emergency Management Director. Read full story