City Seeks Community Feedback on Proposed Enhancements to Depot Park

Posted on March 5, 2021

Rendering of Proposed Enhancements to Depot Park

At their meeting on March 10th at 6:00 PM, the City of Sonoma’s Community Services and Environment Commission (CSEC) will consider Measure M “Parks for All” projects to be included in next year’s fiscal budget.  City staff is recommending that Measure M funding be used on a variety of projects at Sonoma’s Depot Park including enhancements to the bathrooms, adding water bottle filling stations, bike parking, trash receptacles and signage. These enhancements are seen as an initial step toward a larger program of connecting the City’s recreation assets to make them easier to navigate and use by the community.

We want to hear from you!
The public is encouraged to provide feedback on the proposed projects and help prioritize future projects by submitting comments by e-mail* at or by attending the virtual CSEC meeting on March 10th and speaking during the public comment period for the agenda item. Find out how to participate in virtual meetings here.

Learn more about the proposed enhancements in the staff report. The full agenda including other items to be considered by the CSEC can be found on the City’s CivicWeb portal.

Keep In Touch!
To receive future CSEC meeting notifications via email, please subscribe on our CivicWeb portal and sign up to receive recreation updates on our Recreation & Community Services page.

* Per the City’s standard practice, any comments received prior to the commencement of the meeting will be uploaded to the public correspondence folder on the City’s CivicWeb Portal and available for review by the public and the Commission. It will not be read during the meeting.




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