Friday, October 2, 2020 - Friday, October 9, 2020
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.
Ballots mailed to all registered voters in Sonoma County

Vote-by-Mail ballots for the Nov. 3, 2020 Consolidated General Election began going out this week to all active, registered voters in Sonoma County. Most of these ballots should arrive within three to 10 days. Also starting this week, voters who...

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Free, Drive-Thru Flu Shots at Vintage House in October

The Sonoma Valley Community Health Center (SVCHC) will be offering flu shots at no cost at a drive-thru Flu Clinics at Vintage House, located at 264 1st St East. The clinics will take place on Thursday, October 15th and Thursday, October 22nd...

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Council receives presentation on Use of Force policies

Mayors and law enforcement leaders in Sonoma County recently came together and made a commitment to review law enforcement "use of force" policies and identify any necessary changes. The City of Sonoma contracts for law enforcement services with...

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Temporary Parklet and Sidewalk Extension Guide

Sonoma has always valued its small-town character which is supported by small unique businesses, many of which have been homegrown in the Sonoma Valley. Unfortunately, in March of this year, the coronavirus dramatically affected how we live, our...

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Sonoma County Traffic Safety Experiences and Concerns Survey

Your input is needed! Please take this short survey about your traffic safety experiences and concerns. Anyone who lives in Sonoma County can take the survey. Responses will be used to create a Vision Zero Action Plan to eliminate traffic deaths. ...

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Keeping Meetings Working for Sonoma

City meetings that are accessible and open to public participation are at the heart of local government. It's now been more than five months since the City's transition to holding City Council and other public meetings remotely due to COVID-19....

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Four Measures on Ballot for Voters in City of Sonoma

Sonoma voters will be able to weigh in on four local ballot measures in the November 2020 election. Three of these measures were placed on the ballot by the City Council, and one by a citizens initiative. Information on each measure, including...

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