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Weekly Roundup for April 26, 2024

Published: April 26, 2024

Today’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following:

  1. Prepare a ‘Go Bag’ ahead of fire season
  2. More Caltrans roadwork scheduled this weekend
  3. Latest Sonoma County job opportunities
  4. Join a Sonoma County board or commission
  5. Other Sonoma County news of note

Reminder to prepare your ‘Go Bag’ ahead of fire season

As fire season approaches, don't wait for disaster to strike to get prepared. A Go Bag could make a big difference as you navigate an emergency.

Be sure that your bag has 72 hours’ worth of essential supplies that are personalized for the needs of you and your family. Plus, make sure your Go Bag is accessible when you are in the car, at home, work or school. Remember – a smaller, compact backpack is easier to carry with you during evacuations.

For more detailed info about how to be good-to-go without your Go Bag, please visit:

More Caltrans roadwork scheduled this weekend

Westbound State Route 37 will be closed beginning at 9 p.m., Friday, April 26, and concluding at 4 a.m., Monday, April 29, between State Route 29 (Vallejo) and State Route 121 (Sonoma). Signage will be in place for the detour. If possible, consider alternative routes and/or destinations during this roadwork.

Learn more about the SR-37 paving project at

For real-time information, visit Caltrans QuickMap at

Latest Sonoma County job opportunities

The County of Sonoma is offering some fantastic job opportunities this week to join an incredible team. Check out the latest listings:

Learn more about these opportunities and many more by calling (707) 565-2331 or visiting the career portal at:

Join a Sonoma County Board or Commission

By joining a Sonoma County board, commission, committee or task force, residents can make a significant impact in their community. Gain valuable insights into local services and contribute your unique perspective and expertise to the decision-making process.

Your voice matters, and together, we can build systems that better serve residents in child care, health, economic and social stability, infrastructure and more.

To make a difference and be part of the solution, check out the current openings:

  • Child Care Planning Council of Sonoma County— advocate for comprehensive child care planning and coordination in our county:
  • Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County — partner with low-income families to achieve economic and social stability:
  • Emergency Medical Care Council — improve emergency medical care, oversee and maintain the system, and coordinate long-term planning for public education and injury prevention:
  • Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Advisory Board — promote the health of families, children and adolescents in our community:
  • Sonoma County Local Task Force on Integrated Waste Management — develop policies and procedures for waste management, reduction and recycling:

For a full list of vacancies and information about the application process, please visit:

Other Sonoma County news of note

Charles M Schulz – Sonoma County Airport to undergo training exercise on Thursday

Sonoma County announces 2024 paving and construction season, encourages road users to plan ahead, follow detours and go slow

Sonoma County Community Development Commission to break ground on Tierra de Rosas infrastructure in Roseland