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In accordance with the goals and priorities established by the City Council, several major policy decisions and other key initiatives are part of the current workplan.  Two items relating the Key Initiative, "Housing Opportunities and Strategies," will be considered by the City Council at their regular meeting on Monday, May 20th. The two items to...

On May 6, 2019, the City Council received an update regarding a local minimum wage from City staff and a recommendation from the Council Ad-Hoc Sub-Committee (Mayor Harrington and Vice Mayor Harvey) regarding a proposal for a local minimum wage.  The City Council heard public testimony and then discussed policy options and alternatives. The City Council...

A regular meeting of Sonoma City Council will be held on Monday, May 20  at 6:00 pm. View the full agenda and staff reports including presentations from Supervisor Susan Gorin and Sonoma Valley Fire & Rescue Authority as well as items on the consent calendar on our CivicWeb Portal. Items to be considered on the regular...

Join your neighbors and community leaders for an informative and interactive opportunity to learn about the Sonoma Police Department! Learn about… Communications Patrol Procedures Crime Prevention Criminal Law Police Ethics The Correctional System Investigations And much more! Tours include: County Jail – Main Adult Detention Facility Sonoma Police Department Sheriff’s Main Office Participants will gain...

June 2, 2019

Join the Sonoma Police Department for a cone with a Cop.  No agendas or speeches, just a chance to get to deputies and police officers who serve your neighborhood. Questions? Email Taylor Moyeda.

Slides 17-34 of the introduction presentation from the second "Housing Our Community" Town Hall , DISCUSS, Housing Experts Panel that took place on Thursday, May 16, 2019, 6:00PM - 8:00PM at Vintage House in Sonoma.

Slides 1 - 16 of the introduction presentation from the second "Housing Our Community" Town Hall , DISCUSS, Housing Experts Panel that took place on Thursday, May 16, 2019, 6:00PM - 8:00PM at Vintage House in Sonoma.

Join us for the second "Housing our Community" Town Hall, DISCUSS, Housing Experts Panel, Thursday, May 16th at Vintage House in Sonoma. The schedule for DISCUSS is as follows: 6:00 Town Hall #1 Highlights 6:15 Moderated Panel Begins 7:30 Public Q+A 8:00 End Light refreshments and childcare for school-age children will be provided. Reservations, though...

On May 6, 2019, the City Council received an update regarding a local minimum wage from City staff and a recommendation from the Council Ad-Hoc Sub-Committee (Mayor Harrington and Vice Mayor Harvey) regarding a proposal for a local minimum wage.  The City Council heard public testimony and then discussed policy options and alternatives.  The City...

The Minimum Wage Matrix showing the current State Law, a proposal by North Bay Jobs for Justice, the proposal by the Council Ad-Hoc Sub-Committee, and May 6th direction from the City Council (two columns on the right side).  Based on this direction, the City Attorney is drafting a local minimum wage ordinance which will be...

GHD Inc., a consultant retained by the City, will be conducting an assessment of the road signs throughout the City over the next few weeks, starting Monday, May 13, 2019. This is a part of a City-wide safety audit, and it involves checking the reflectance of regulatory, warning, and guide signs. The consultant team is...

At the August 20, 2018 meeting, the City Council and the City of Sonoma adopted new water rates. Per the adopted resolution, the current rate schedule went into effect on September 1, 2018. The second scheduled rate change is effective July 1, 2019, and will be reflected on the August 2019 water statement. See more information...

The “DISCUSS, Housing Experts Panel” is the second Town Hall in "Housing Our Community" Town Hall Series. This session will feature a moderated panel discussion with experts who build and finance affordable and market rate housing – with a focus on practical, real world examples.  The panel discussion will be followed by a moderated Question...

Each year the Sonoma Cultural and Fine Arts Commission conducts the Student Creative Arts Award program soliciting entries from Sonoma Valley residents between the age of sixteen and twenty-one who are studying visual, literary or performing arts. Applicants must submit a portfolio of their work and an essay explaining the role art has played in...

The City of Sonoma understands and supports the public's right to access the public records created and maintained by the City in the course of their normal business. It is the goal of the City to provide service in a transparent manner which includes timely access to records in accordance with the California Public Records...

At their meeting of May 6, 2019, the City Council will be considering terms and provisions of a Minimum Wage Ordinance. The meeting will begin at 6:00pm. To review late public correspondence received regarding this item, visit the corresponding Key Initiatives page.

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