The County of Sonoma Department of Transportation and Public Works (TPW) today announced a new Community Roadside Clean Up Program designed to provide interested non-profit organizations and community groups the ability to assist in cleaning up litter along County roadways.
The County of Sonoma Department ofTransportation and Public Works (TPW) today announced the second element of anew traffic calming program in response to recent fatalities and concerns amongTPW officials and County residents about unsafe and aggressive driving. The newtactic involves the placement of three separate and straightforward warningsigns, “Don’t Kill”, “Don’t Die”, and “Slow Down” along road segments that areknown trouble spots. The measure follows the acquisition and deployment of a radar feedback sign trailerCountywide in response to community concerns.
2018-12-20 false Immediate TSA Pre✓ ® Enrollment Event at Airport (STS) Santa Rosa CA Travelers seeking expedited security lines and less hassle at all U.S. airports are encouraged to enroll in the TSA Pre✓® program. IdentoGO®, mobile provider of the TSA Pre✓® program, will be at the Cha
Sonoma County Airport Goes Big with Nonstop Daily Flights to the Lone Star State, Starting June 2019
Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport (STS) Goes Big with Nonstop Daily Flights to the Lone Star State, Starting June 2019
The County of SonomaDepartment of Transportation and Public Works (TPW) today announced theimplementation of a new traffic calming program in response to communityconcerns about aggressive and unsafe driving along certain road segments in theunincorporated areas of Sonoma County.
2018-12-11 false Immediate Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Now at Long-Term Parking Santa Rosa CA As part of the Sonoma County Airport (STS) parking lot renovation and expansion, the Airport now offers expanded ChargePoint electric vehicle (EV) charging stations located in both the long-
The Department ofTransportation and Public Works (TPW) today announced that Sonoma CountyTransit’s first zero-emission all-electric bus will be set in motion onSebastopol Local Route 24
The County of Sonoma Department of Transportation andPublic Works (TPW) today announced that the Russian River Drought Relief grantprogram for property owners in the Russian River Watershed area will expire onDecember 31, 2018.
County of Sonoma Department of Transportation and Public Works officials along with representatives of District Four Supervisor and Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, James Gore, and representatives of District Five Supervisor, Lynda Hopkins, will be joined by Sebastopol artist Patrick Amiot and members of the public for a special gathering to inaugurate the new Laughlin Road Artistic Warning Sign on Wednesday, October 31 at 9 a.m.
Department of Transportation and Public Works Teamswith Local Artist PatrickAmiot on Innovative Traffic Control Measure
The County of SonomaDepartment of Transportation and Public Works (TPW) today announced aninnovative partnership with Sebastopol artist Patrick Amiot to create twosix-foot-eight-inch vultures that will be mounted on a mast arm over LaughlinRoad to discourage long semi-truck traffic between River Road and NorthLaughlin Road.