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July MAC and Good News! July 18th, 2022

Beneficial Programs launching

 

July Newsletter July 5th, 2022

Budget and WiFi News

 

June News and MAC June 13, 2022

Coastal Clean, River MAC, Wastewater Study

 

May Community News May 12th 2022

Emergency Readiness, George's Hideaway, Coastal MAC

 

April Newsletter April 1, 2022

Wastewater initiatives across West County

 

Hot Topics January 25, 2022

Fires, Events, Speeding Updates

 

January News January 3, 2022

Updates on COVID, Coast MAC, Grants & Wildfires

 

Town Halls - Disaster Prep and Occidental/Graton Sewer June 20, 2021

Town Halls - Disaster Prep and Occidental/Graton Sewer

 

June Newsletter June 11, 2021

June 11, 2021 Newsletter

 

May Newsletter June 1, 2021

The Road Report

 

May Newsletter May 13, 2021

Vaccination Pop-Up, Coast MAC, Drought Town Hall

 

COVID Assistance / Community Meetings April 29, 2021

COVID Assistance / Community Meetings

 

COVID opening and State June 15 date April 7, 2021

Governor Gavin Newsom today outlined the state’s next step in the COVID-19 pandemic recovery, moving beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy.

 

Shelter In Place Health Order March 17, 2020

Sonoma County Health Officer issues Shelter in Place Order

 

COVID-19 Emergency Declared March 2, 2020

With 2 cases of coronavirus COVID-19 in Sonoma County - both contracted outside the County from two separate cruise ships - the County of Sonoma has declared a State of Emergency. More details below.

 

5th District Updates February 29, 2020

February News from the 5th including Homeless Actions, ICE activity, MAC upcoming meetings, and next steps for the Local Coastal Plan.

 

Addressing Homelessness - News from the 5th District - January 15, 2020

The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors and Department of Emergency Management staff have taken the unprecedented step of utilizing the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and an incident command protocol in order to quickly, effectively analyze alternative outdoor shelter locations and plan logistics for the emergency shelter implementation and encampment closure.

 

Keeping Cool this Holiday Weekend, September 1st, 2022

Russian River cooling centers and Regional Parks shuttle information