Providing the key information to help you navigate the novel coronavirus pandemic in Sonoma County – Updated 8/5/20. Click on SOURCE for more information about each category.
School districts are working with health officials to determine whether it is safe to reopen in the fall. No decision has been made yet.
Collection services not affected. Zero waste office is closed.
Effective July 13 – indoor dining prohibited. Outdoor dining and wineries allowed.
Effective June 19 — Board meetings have been virtual or cancelled completely.
Limited access granted to Civil Clerk’s office. All Civil matters have been continued for sixty (60) days from the day the Presiding Judge ordered the court closed, March 16, 2020.
Parking enforcement page does not mention changes being made during the pandemic.
Social distancing measures required. Campgrounds are reopened.
Routes vary in days they operate, social distancing and masks required.
As of June 29, curbside services expanded to include all locations.
All hospitals remain open.
Preschool sites are gradually opening, main office 4Cs is closed until end of July as of right now.
Indoor services prohibited (includes weddings and funerals).
For tenants who cannot pay rent due to COVID-19, evictions banned until 60 days after public health emergency is lifted.