Friday, September 20, 2019 - Friday, September 27, 2019
The ‘ News & Updates ’ online newsletter gives a snapshot of the City’s most recent news posts. Read on to see the latest news from the City of Sonoma.

Image: The most engaging social media post this week was a screenshot of PG&E's potential Public Safety Power Shutoff outage map along with the message that the map no longer included City of Sonoma - but did include the majority of Sonoma Valley. PG&E's shutoff did not end up including the City of Sonoma or Sonoma Valley.
Vintage Festival Road Closure & Traffic Impacts this Weekend

The 2019 Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival returns to the Sonoma Plaza this weekend! Please note that Spain Street between 1st St E and 1st St W will be fully closed to all traffic Saturday, September 28th through Sunday, September 29th at 5:00 ...

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City Seeks Candidates for Administrative & Project Manager

The City of Sonoma is seeking a highly qualified, dynamic, and enthusiastic candidate to fill its Public Works Administrative and Project Manager position. This position will plan and organize administrative services, perform project management...

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Change in Management of the Tuesday Night Market in 2020

The Tuesday Night Market, one of Sonoma's cherished weekly summer traditions, will see a change in management for the 2020 market season. The Valley of the Moon Certified Farmers Market (VOMCFM) Board of Directors announced on Tuesday that they...

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Application Period Open for Alternate Member - CFAC

Recognizing the vast knowledge and talent of our community, the City asks individuals to serve on a variety of commissions and committees. These commissions and committees are charged with focusing on key issues within Sonoma and to then provide...

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Sonoma City and Valley No Longer on Power Shutoff 'Watch'

UPDATE September 24th, 7:00 PM: This evening, PG&E updated their potential Public Safety Power Shutoff outage maps. The City of Sonoma and Sonoma Valley are no longer shown as potential shut off for tonight, Tuesday, September 24th. Some areas of ...

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