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November 24, 2020 | County Administrator's Office

El condado de Sonoma emite directrices acerca de las tiendas de campaña y toldos temporales para servicio de comida y operaciones comerciales al aire libre

En coordinación con el Departamento de Servicios de Salud del condado de Sonoma, la Asociación de Jefes de Bomberos del condado de Sonoma y la Asociación de Oficiales de Prevención de Incendios del condado de Sonoma, el condado hoy emitió directrices para las estructuras de los comedores al aire libre que cumplan con los requisitos de protección de incendios y las necesidades de seguridad para COVID-19. Read full story


November 24, 2020 | County Administrator's Office

Ante COVID-19, el condado de Sonoma amplía el papel de laorganización O n the Move para el apoyo comunitario y financiero

El condado de Sonoma ha ampliado los criterios de elegibilidad para la asistencia económica urgente ante COVID-19 y ha designado fondos adicionales a la organización local sin fines de lucro O n the Move para distribuir apoyo económico a los residentes locales. Read full story


November 24, 2020 | County Administrator's Office

Virtual Recovery Town Hall for Meyers, Walbridge and Glass Fire debris removal on December 2, 2020

Fire survivors and property owners impacted by the Glass, Meyers and Walbridge fires are invited to attend a virtual town hall meeting on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at 5 p.m. Read full story


November 24, 2020 | County Administrator's Office

Project Homekey to fund the acquisition of the Sebastopol Inn

A proposal by the County of Sonoma to purchase the Sebastopol Innto house some of the County’s most COVID-19 vulnerable unsheltered individualsand create long-term supportive housing has received funding from the state’sProject Homekey. Read full story


November 24, 2020 | County Administrator's Office

Sonoma County issues guidelines on temporary tents and canopies for outdoor dining and business operations

In coordination with the Sonoma County Department of Health Services, the Sonoma County Fire Chiefs Association and Sonoma County Fire Prevention Officers Association today released guidelines for outdoor dining structures for meeting fire protection requirements and address COVID-19 safety needs. Read full story


November 24, 2020 | County Administrator's Office

County of Sonoma expands role of On the Move in providing COVID-19 community assistance, financial support

The County of Sonoma has expanded eligibility criteria for emergency COVID-19 financial assistance and has allocated additional funding to local nonprofit On the Move for dissemination of financial support to local residents. Read full story


November 24, 2020 | Department of Human Services

Personas Mayores Pueden Mantenerse Conectados Durante los Días Festivos al (707) 565-INFO

Aunque el coronavirus puede evitar que las familias viajen para ver a sus seres queridos durante los días festivos, los adultos mayores de 60 años pueden seguir conectados a servicios útiles, comidas y controles de bienestar, llamando a la Línea de Información y Asistencia de la Agencia del Área del Condado de Sonoma para el Envejecimiento al (707) 565-INFO (4636). Read full story


November 23, 2020 | Office of the District Attorney

Parolee Sentenced for Multiple Incidents of Indecent Exposure

DefendantJoseph Michael Simmons, 39-years-old of Santa Rosa, was sentenced on November19, 2020 by the Honorable Dana Simonds for multiple misdemeanor indecentexposure incidents committed while Simmons was on parole. Read full story


November 23, 2020 | Sonoma Public Infrastructure (formerly TPW)

Charles M. Schulz — Sonoma County Airport Receives ACI Airport Health Accreditation

Airports Council International (ACI) has recognized Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport with its Airport Health Accreditation for prioritizing health and safety measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full story


November 20, 2020 | County Administrator's Office

El Programa Consolidado de Recolección de Escombros iniciará operaciones el 1ro de diciembre; se urge a los propietarios a que remitan sus formularios de Derecho a Entrada lo más pronto posible

El Programa Consolidado de Recolección de Escombros operado por la Oficina de Servicios de Emergencia del Gobernador (Cal OES) iniciará sus operaciones en el Condado de Sonoma el 1 de diciembre 2020 Read full story