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Power outages can happen for many reasons, and being prepared is an important part of your emergency plan .  During wildfire season, Sonoma residents need to be prepared for the possibility of extended power outages related to Pacific Gas & Electric’s efforts to reduce wildfire risks (known as a Public Safety Power Shutoff or PSPS). ...

At their May 20th Meeting, the Sonoma City Council discussed and gave direction to staff to prepare a draft ordinance to create a local minimum wage with the following wage rates and components. Consumer Price Index (CPI) Inflator — Use Pacific Region CPI with a cap of 3.5%. Health Care Credit — Provide a health care...

Summary & Current Status The Sonoma City Council passed a local minimum wage ordinance at their meeting on June 10, 2019.  The ordinance was adopted as Ordinance #02-2019 .  It became effective July 10, 2019, 30 days after adoption, as Chapter 2.80 of the Sonoma Municipal Code. Sonoma's local minimum wage is summarized below . ...

In a major emergency or local disaster, the City of Sonoma will post currently available local information to this page.  For updates from the County of Sonoma, go to socoemergency.org.  During a disaster, you can get incident-specific information such as road closures and shelter locations by dialing 2-1-1 or by texting your zip code to...

In August and September of 2017, the City of Sonoma Planning Commission approved separate applications for the development of three residences on three lots in northeast Sonoma (at Fourth Street East and Brazil Street) having a zoning designation of Hillside Residential. Those approvals were subsequently appealed to the City Council. At the Special City Council...

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