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Weekly roundup for June 21, 2024

Published: June 21, 2024

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

  1. Update: 2024 Sonoma County Point Fire
  2. Latest issue of SoCo Correspondent available now
  3. Human Services resource hub accessible online
  4. Stay in the know with free County newsletters
  5. Other Sonoma County news of note

Update: 2024 Sonoma County Point Fire

According to the latest update from Cal Fire, the Point Fire in northwest Sonoma County remains at 1,207 acres and was 75 percent contained Friday morning. All evacuation orders and warnings have been lifted. Nearly 560 firefighters remained in the fire zone Friday and were working to achieve 100 percent containment.

The County of Sonoma is here to support community members who were impacted by the fire. For information about re-entry and recovery resources, please visit:  

Stay safe and stay informed this fire season — sign up for alerts now at:

  • SoCoAlert: Get notifications via landline, cellphone (text or verbal), and email. Compatible with devices for the deaf.
  • Nixle: Receive public safety and emergency updates via email and text. Text your ZIP code to 888777 or sign up online.

Learn more at:

New edition of SoCo Correspondent now available

The latest edition of SoCo Correspondent offers an outlook for the fire season in Sonoma County as well as information on what each of us can do to make sure we’re prepared for wildfire. 

Also, learn about an important $5 million open space acquisition by the County, a new honor for Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport and a profile of a native Santa Rosan who loves serving the community through her work at the Public Defender’s Office.

Read all about it at:

Resource hub for older adults and individuals with disabilities

The Sonoma County Human Services Department and local nonprofits have come together to create a valuable resource hub as a one-stop destination that streamlines access to critical services for older adults and individuals with disabilities. 

From health to transportation to nutrition services provided by federal, state, and local government agencies and their nonprofit partners, this hub has it all. 

To access the hub, call (707) 565-INFO (4636) or visit and click on the chat icon to start a conversation with a dedicated social worker. 

Assistance is available for older adults, people with disabilities, family members, caregivers, social workers and service providers.

Stay in the know with free Sonoma County newsletters

The County of Sonoma offers more than 20 free newsletters to help keep community members up to speed on specific department news and helpful information.

Subscribe to receive news from:

  • County Supervisors
  • Climate Action and Resiliency Division
  • Economic Development Board
  • Office of Equity
  • Regional Parks
  • Ag + Open Space
  • Sonoma Water 
  • And more

Browse and sign up today at:

Other Sonoma County news of note

Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport set to perform storm culvert and runway upgrades June 24 

Sonoma County Housing Authority opens three-bedroom Project-Based Voucher waitlist lotteries

Permit Sonoma announces new septic system rules, educational webinars

Sonoma County announces immediate burn suspension

Sonoma County issues health advisory due to poor air quality caused by current wildfires 

Preliminary 2024 Point-in-Time homeless count numbers rise as COVID-era programs end 

Sonoma County declares local emergency in response to Point Fire