Promoting and Protecting the Health and Well-Being of Every Member of the Community.
New! Community Health Dashboard
Explore the health and well-being of people who live in Sonoma County. This interactive platform provides regularly updated data from 2016 to present in the areas of prevention and resiliency, health access, physical well-being, emotional well-being, and longevity. Learn how local health needs have evolved in the aftermath of wildfires and a pandemic and where areas of health inequity persist in our community.
Temporary COVID-19 mitigation measures put into place by the state and county have expired. Though no longer an emergency, the virus is still circulating, and health officials recommend keeping up to date on vaccines and testing when exposed or experiencing symptoms. If positive, isolate (for at least five days with improving symptoms), mask around others, and find out if you are eligible for treatment as soon as possible. You should also wear a mask if have been exposed or have conditions that make you more likely to get very sick from COVID-19. For more information, visit SoCoEmergency’s Coronavirus Response.
The Sonoma County Department of Health Services is extending a health advisory through Thursday, Sept. 21 due to smoke from wildfires currently burning in Northern California and Southern Oregon. The original health advisory was in effect from Sept. 19 through Sept. 20.