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Weekly Roundup for December 8, 2023

Published: December 08, 2023

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

  1. Final reminder: Sonoma County property tax is due December 11
  2. Remember to add “SoCo Alert” to your phone contacts list
  3. Registrar of Voters notice regarding Presidential Primary Election
  4. Other Sonoma County news of note

Final reminder: Property taxes are due no later than December 11

This is a final reminder that secured property taxes are due no later than next Monday, December 11.

There are many options for payment including online (credit card or free e-check), mail, by telephone or in-person. Payments not postmarked by the deadline are subject to a 10% penalty, plus an administrative charge of $20.

Please make your payment today.

Learn more at:

Add “SoCo Alert” incoming phone number to your contacts list

When you get a call from 866-419-5000, it isn’t spam. In fact, this is the caller ID for SoCo Alert, and it provides critical information regarding the health, safety and property of Sonoma County residents during an emergency.

Program the number into your phone as a new contact and name the contact “SoCo Alert.” That way, in the event of an emergency, you will know that you are getting the most reliable information available about what to do next.

If you need to hear the message again, simply dial SoCo Alert in your contact list. For more information on the SoCo Alert system, please visit:

Registrar of Voters notice regarding Presidential Primary Election

Registered voters who have declined to provide a political party preference will receive a ballot for the election on March 5, though it will not include presidential candidates. However, no party preference voters should also expect to receive a crossover postcard for the Presidential Primary Election.

The notice includes information on how to vote for a presidential candidate. Please be sure to return the completed postcard as soon as possible to get the ballot you want. If you do not want to vote for a presidential candidate, your ballot will still include all other contests. 

For more information, please visit:

Other Sonoma County news of note