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Weekly Roundup for January 12, 2024

Published: January 12, 2024

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

  1. Latest edition of SoCo Correspondent now available
  2. Free electronics recycling event through January 14
  3. Climate Action Quarterly Newsletter just released
  4. Sonoma County Sheriff Town Hall scheduled January 18
  5. Other Sonoma County news of note 

Latest Edition of the Soco Correspondent now available

The January 11 issue of the SoCo Correspondent, Sonoma County’s digital newsletter, is now available.

Highlights in this edition include: 

  • Supervisor Rabbitt elected chair of the Board of Supervisors for 2024
  • Demolition makes way for new development in Roseland
  • County launches effort to update General Plan
  • County expands program to respond to mental health emergencies
  • County opening regional service center in Sonoma Valley 

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Free electronics recycling event through January 14

Join Zero Waste Sonoma and Conservation Corps North Bay for a free electronics recycling event through Sunday, January 14 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Luther Burbank Center, 50 Mark West Springs Road in Santa Rosa.

The public is invited to drop off old cell phones, tablets, computers, laptops, printers, stereos, TVs, video game consoles and more. Appliances, batteries, lamps and lightbulbs are not accepted.

No appointment is required.

For more information about this and other events, please visit: 

Climate Action quarterly newsletter now available

The latest issue of the Sonoma County Climate Action & Resiliency quarterly newsletter is now available.

Highlights include: 

  • Supervisors Gorin and Hopkins host virtual town hall on Climate Resilience
  • Climate Resilience Comprehensive Action Plan takes shape
  • Green building training and certification for real estate professionals
  • Board of Supervisors approves Carbon Inventory & Potential Sequestration study 

Read the newsletter and sign up today at 

Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office Town Hall January 18

The next installment in the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office Town Hall series takes place Thursday, January 18, 5:30-6:30 p.m., at Petaluma Holy Ghost Hall-Portuguese Hall, 4649 Bodega Ave in Petaluma.

This is a chance to have casual, conversational interactions with Sheriff Engram and other members of the Sheriff’s Office. There is no strict agenda or program and the public is encouraged to drop in anytime for a chance to have questions answered and provide feedback.

For more information about this and other Sheriff’s Office events, please visit: 

Other Sonoma County news of note 

Supervisor Rabbitt elected chair of Sonoma County Board of Supervisors; Hopkins named as vice chair 

Sonoma County to celebrate opening of new service center in Sonoma Valley on January 17

Local parks tax supports $14 million in improvements