Friday, May 1, 2020 - Friday, May 8, 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.

Photo: A scene from Tuesday's first "Farmers-Only" Market at the Veteran's Memorial Building Parking Lot. Happening Tuesdays from 3pm-6pm. Learn More .
Council Studies Impacts of Pandemic on City Finances

Along with many businesses, city finances have been hit hard by the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. With a tourism-based local economy, the City of Sonoma is reliant on hotel and sales taxes which represents 54% of the City's...

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Sonoma's Tuesday "Farmers-Only" Market Continues Next Week

05/12/2020 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm - Sonoma's Tuesday Night Market on the plaza will be temporarily replaced with a weekly Farmer and Agricultural - Only Market presented by the City of Sonoma in partnership with the Sonoma Valley Chamber of Commerce ...

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Sonoma County Public Health Officer Amends SIP Order

Leer En Espanol The Sonoma County Health Officer today amended the Public Shelter-in-Place Health Order to reopen retail stores for curbside pickup and delivery, effective 12:01 a.m. on May 8, 2020. These businesses include but are not limited to ...

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Hometown Fourth of July 2020 Celebration Cancelled

The following is a press release issued by the Sonoma Volunteer Firefighter's Association (SVFA), the organizers of Sonoma's Hometown Fourth of July Celebration. "With duty comes responsibility, and the responsibilities that our Sonoma Volunteer...

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City Council Defers July 2020 Water Rate Increase

On May 4, 2020, the City Council of the City of Sonoma adopted a resolution deferring the scheduled July 2020 water rate increase of 7.5% for six months. The water rate increase will now take place on January 1, 2021. This City Council action was ...

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Donations Needed to Support Emergency Food Network

Sonoma County's Emergency Food Network Needs Financial Help Now More Than Ever! Community organizations such as Redwood Empire Food Bank and Sonoma Valley Meal have been providing critically needed food security to families and seniors in the...

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Flushing Water Lines in Facilities After Extended Shutdown

This guidance applies only to buildings and facilities that have been shut down for an extended period without water use or where water was only sparsely used for a prolonged period of time. Facilities that are reopening after an extended...

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Health Officer Supersedes and Loosens Shelter-in-Place

Download Sonoma County's Press Release in Spanish. View Download the new Shelter-in-Place Health Order in English and Spanish. The Sonoma County Health Officer has issued a new Shelter-in-Place Health Order, which among other changes, reduces...

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