On April 17th, 2018, the Sonoma CountyBoard of Supervisors approved road improvement projects which will make iteasier and safer to travel in Sonoma County. These improvements will be fundedwith the new gas tax, also known as Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair andAccountability Act of 2017.
On March 12, 2018, Christopher Godley, a nationally respected emergency services leader, has been temporarily named the interim Emergency Manager of Sonoma County. Mr. Godley will take the helm of the Emergency Services Division for several months while the County conducts a national recruitment to find a qualified individual to serve as the permanent Emergency Manager.
FirstDistrict Supervisor Susan Gorin invites community members to apply forpositions on local policy making bodies.
Supervisors Adopt Resolution in Support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program
The Board ofSupervisors have adopted a resolution to affirm the County’s commitment toprotect and support Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA)recipients and all immigrant community members in Sonoma County.
The SonomaCounty Board of Supervisors passed a resolution on September 12, 2017, to modify and extend the Temporary Code Enforcement PenaltyRelief Program for Cannabis businesses.
Today, the Sonoma CountyBoard of Supervisors approved the first contracts of the 2017 Pavement Program, kicking off construction on 54.49 miles of roadsthis summer, as part of a 97 mile program approved by the Board last year.
The Board ofSupervisors approved entering into an Exclusive Negotiating Agreementwith Chanate Community Development Partners, LLC to build a mixture ofaffordable housing units and recreational amenities on its 82-acre ChanateComplex property.
On Tuesday, December 13, 2016, the Board of Supervisors approved funding for the development of Andy’s Unity Park, a 4 acre community park in Southwest Santa Rosa. This action follows a significant community engagement process to inform the development of the park.
Sonoma County Fire and Emergency Services Chief Al Terrell advises that those possessing current and valid agriculture and residential burn permits can now resume burning.