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The June 8 River MAC will be held at the Monte Rio Elementary School Library and virtually via Zoom. Learn how to report road issues, traffic issues, abandoned vehicles and more through SoCo Connect. Read on for an update on the Lower Russian River Governance Study and information about the County's Chipper Program.
Starting June 13th, the Board of Supervisors will commence Budget Hearings. You can review details and learn how to participate at the link below, and keep an eye on my future newsletters for information on the outcomes from Budget Hearings.
Zero Waste Sonoma is holding a recycling event to accept used residential solar panels which can be challenging to recycle or dispose of. The event will be held on June 16, 2023 at the Luther Burbank Center between 9-5. APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED.
Today’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following: 1) Summer 2023 Woodchipper Program is open; 2) Sanitation savings available to eligible households; 3) Evacuation exercise planned for June 11; and 4) Other Sonoma County news of note
The evaluation panel carefully reviewed and analyzed the proposals received in response to the above referenced solicitation. Based upon that review and analysis, we are recommending to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors that the contract be awarded to Mental Health Association of Alameda County.
Read our monthly newsletter for the latest on Mental Health Awareness Month, an observed decrease in homelessness, and a series of local investment in climate action, transit and community development. Our newsletter also includes a community bulletin and details on upcoming local events.
Today’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following: 1) Latest edition of SoCo Correspondent available; 2) Public input sought for tree protection ordinance; 3) Local animal adoption event May 27; 4) Digital equity survey to improve internet access; and 5) Other Sonoma County news of note
May is Mental Health Matters Month in Sonoma County. On May 2nd, the Board of Supervisors met in a special all-day meeting organized by our Department of Health Services at the Finley Center in Santa Rosa to discuss mental health care needs in Sonoma County.