The City of Santa Rosa is committed to making sure Election Day and the days following are safe for everyone.
Those impacted are now eligible for support, including crisis counseling, housing and unemployment assistance and legal services. Construction is anticipated to begin early-March This includes the Glass Fire burn area.
New Dedicated Team Targets Debris Removal on Public Property The City has established a new dedicated team to respond to complaints associated with debris left on public property. Ford v.
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Skyhawk Open Space Open to the Public Final assessment of Skyhawk Open Space determined the area was safe to reopen and the fencing has been removed for public access. Property owners urged to submit Right of Entry forms as soon as possible.
City of Santa Rosa Read on City, County Reach Agreement with Homeless Advocates on Preliminary Injunction Agreement defines under what circumstances SRPD may enforce a violation of camping ordinances on public property and establishes protocols to be followed in connection with such enforcement efforts Read on Permit Santa Rosa The City of Santa Rosa recently launched Permit Santa Rosa, on which you can review permit activity on an interactive map, apply for permits, schedule inspections, and explore our data portal.
Arrow Left Arrow Right. Transit Driver Appreciation Day is an annual event to celebrate the essential service of public transit operators.
Glass Fire in Sonoma County Evacuation warnings and orders, evacuation points, resources, and other information in response to wildfires which started on September 27 in Sonoma County. Statement from the City of Santa Rosa The City has issued a statement regarding the recent passing of an employee.
Information for Voters Impacted by Disaster Residents whose homes were destroyed by the LNU or Glass Fires are encouraged to take action to preserve their voting options. Residents in four areas may reenter at this time.
Support and Supply Stations Residents returning to areas burned in the Glass Fire are asked to visit supply and support stations operated by the County of Sonoma and the City of Santa Rosa to receive critical safety information and equipment. City Exploring Options for Bennett Valley Golf Course Property in Advance of Operator Contract A City Council ad hoc committee has provided updated direction to staff to prepare a comprehensive operational evaluation of the golf enterprise, exclusive of potential real estate transactions.
Swim Lesson Scholarships Available Scholarships for qualifying families are available now to help with the cost of swim lessons this summer. Input needed by September 20, September is National Preparedness Month Review important emergency preparation information to ensure you are prepared for any type of emergency. Read why evacuation tags are helpful in some communities, including rural areas, but are not utilized as part of the City of Santa Rosa's community evacuation strategy Read on Browse the Summer Activity Guide!
All sectors other than retail and essential operations must be closed. Residents in three more areas may reenter at this time.
The Fawn Drive pathway remains closed while repairs are completed to the damaged pedestrian bridge. Our CityBus drivers are dedicated to what they do, and they deserve a heartfelt thank you!
Programs and Proposals to Address Homelessness Presented at Study Session A February 9 study session provided an in-depth review of the City's current programs and future proposals to address homelessness. Encampments at Highway Underpasses Closed Following Extensive Outreach Effort The team with the Homeless Encampment Assistance Program has completed closure and clean-up of encampments at the 5th, 6th, and 9th street highway underpasses. Sonoma Co. Jones Hall Homeless Shelter among those to utilize site. New Protective Bollards for Courthouse Square The City is finalizing construction plans to install new traffic-rated protective bollards in Courthouse Square.
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Preparing for Rain After Wildfires The City of Santa Rosa and the County of Sonoma encourage residents living in and around wildfire burn areas to prepare for the rainy season. No Cost Wattles Available for Fire Impacted Properties to Prevent Storm Water Pollution With anticipated winter rains, it is critical that property owners in the Glass Fire burn areas, or downhill of burned areas, have preventative measure in place now to prevent ash, debris, and sediment from entering local creeks and waterways.
Council Goal-Setting in on the conversation as Council reviews, discusses, and provides direction on the priorities that will guide the City's work through the next year. Read on Residents in SoCo can still expect smoke from the Northern California wildfires to push into our region.
Additional Info Santa Rosa Adopts Zero Waste Food Ware Ordinance The ordinance is deed to reduce local community's collective usage and reliance on single-use plastic materials, it is effective January 1, Convection no longer looks favorable for the region so they have canceled the Red Flag Warning which includes the North Bay Mountains and upper elevations of Sonoma County.
Outdoor recreation will be allowed.
Learn about the two options for updating voting information through the Sonoma County Registrar of Voters. COVID precautions are required.
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City of Santa Rosa, et al. up today! Registration begins May 6th. Jones Hall Homeless Shelter Read on The City would like to hear your thoughts regarding desirable qualities and characteristics we should be looking for in the next City Manager.
Know Your Emergency Alerts Emergencies can happen anywhere, at any time and the City uses multiple notification systems to make sure emergency alerts are delivered to the people who need the information Read on Questions About Evacuation Tags? County of Sonoma Proclaims Drought Emergency The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors today adopted a resolution proclaiming a local drought emergency and requesting the governor seek a Presidential Disaster Declaration. Update on Evacuation Orders Some evacuation orders or warnings have recently been lifted or downgraded.