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October 1, 2021 | County Administrator's Office

Weekly Roundup for October 1, 2021

This week’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following:1) Update on booster shots; 2) New guidance on safely holding publicmeetings; Latest on vaccines for 5- to 11-year-olds; Update on the status of in-personschool; Upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics and expanded testing; COVID-19community resources & support; Other Sonoma County news items; andEmergency preparedness tips & resources. Read full story


September 24, 2021 | County Administrator's Office

Weekly Roundup for September 24, 2021

This week’s digest provides helpfuland 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-personschool; 4) Upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics and expanded testing; 5) COVID-19community resources & support; 6) Other county news items; 7) Emergencypreparedness tips & resources Read full story


September 17, 2021 | County Administrator's Office

Weekly Roundup for September 17, 2021

This week’s digest provides helpful andimportant updates on the following:1) New vaccine requirement for largeemployers; 2) Update on the status of in-person school; 3) UpcomingCOVID-19 vaccine clinics and expanded testing; 4) Update on vaccine boostershots; 5) COVID-19 community resources & support; 6) Other county newsitems; 7) Emergency preparedness tips & resources Read full story



September 10, 2021 | County Administrator's Office

Weekly Roundup for September 10, 2021

This week’s digest provides helpfuland important updates on the following: 1) Update on the start of in-personschool; 2) County issues new guidance for youth sports; 3) Vaccination requiredfor home health workers, pharmacists; 4) Free upcoming COVID-19 vaccine andtesting clinics; 5) COVID-19 community resources & support; 6) Other countynews items; and 7) Emergency preparedness tips & resources. Read full story


September 3, 2021 | County Administrator's Office

Weekly Roundup for Sept. 3, 2021

This week’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following: Update on the status of in-person school; State offers new app to find out if you were exposed to COVID-19; Free upcoming COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinics; COVID-19 community resources & support: Other county news items; Emergency preparedness tips & resources. Read full story


December 7, 2020 | County Administrator's Office

County Efforts MakeProgress on Homelessness through the ACCESS Initiative

In a matter of 10 months, Sonoma County has successfully moved 30 percent of residents into housing from Los Guilicos Village through its ACCESS Initiative multidisciplinary team and its homeless services partner, St. Vincent de Paul. Read full story


October 23, 2020 | County Administrator's Office

Sonoma County addedto Federal Major Disaster Declaration for Glass Fire

On Oct. 22, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that three additional counties – Napa, Shasta and Sonoma – had been added to the Major Disaster Declaration, initially approved by The White House on Oct 16, 2020, to bolster the state’s emergency response to wildfires across the state and support impacted residents. Read full story


October 23, 2020 | County Administrator's Office

El Condado de Sonoma se agrega a laDeclaración Federal de Catástrofe por el Incendio Glass

El 22 de octubre de 2020, el Gobernador GavinNewsom anunció que se habían agregado tres condados más, Napa, Shasta y Sonoma,a la Declaración de Catástrofe, inicialmente aprobada por la Casa Blanca el <a href="http://www.oesnews.com/three-additional-counties-added-to-presidential-major-disaster-declaration-to-support-states-response-to-wildfires/" title="16de octubre">16de octubre, para reforzar la respuesta del Estado a la emergencia generalizadade los incendios forestales y apoyar a los residentes damnificados. Read full story


October 20, 2020 | County Administrator's Office

More Personal CareServices Now Allowed to Operate Indoors with Modifications

The California Department of Public Health updated their guidelines today, allowing more personal care services to resume indoor operations with modifications Read full story