AT A GLANCE: Providing the key information to help you navigate the novel coronavirus pandemic in Sonoma County – Updated 9/1/21. Click on SOURCE for more information about each category.


Health & Emergencies


Vaccine Rollout

Click the link for more information.

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COVID-19 Testing Sites


Food Banks

Click the link for a list of Sonoma County food banks. Additional food pantries listed on 2-1-1 Sonoma County website.

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Social Services

Human Services Department office lobbies reopened with restricted access and hours. Face coverings and social distancing required. Click the link to find information about specific departments and support.

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Reopening


Schools

Schools and districts in California and Sonoma County are planning for a full-time, in-person reopening in the Fall of 2021. View California Department of Public Health updated school guidance here. Each individual school board will decide how best to implement this guidance in their local school community.

If you have specific questions about your school’s reopening plans, please contact them directly.

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Libraries

Curbside pickup at the Sonoma County Library is available at all locations.

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Personal Services

No capacity limits. Masks required indoors.

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Parks

Parks open for visits and camping. Check link for list of parks.

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Religious Services

No capacity limits. Masks required indoors.

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Public Transportation

Face masks required on Sonoma County Transit. Check the link for daily route changes. Revised schedules effective Aug. 8.

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Government Services


Courts

Limited access to courtrooms and clerk’s offices. Click link for information on small claims matters, bail schedules and jury trials. View latest court order here.

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City Buildings

County departments offering limited services. Click link for list of departments. Board meetings held virtually.

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Evictions

For tenants who cannot pay rent due to COVID-19, evictions banned in Sonoma County until 60 days after public health emergency is lifted.

Statewide eviction ban in effect through Sep. 30 for qualifying residential tenants who could not pay rent due to COVID-19 related hardship. By Sep. 30, tenants must pay 25% of the rent due between Sep. 1, 2020 through Sep. 30, 2021. View details here.

People can call a local agency for rental assistance. Click here for more information.

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DMV

DMV offices are open and providing service to customers with appointments and others as time and space allow during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most DMV tasks can be taken care of without an office visit.

Visit https://dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv-online/ for information on online services.

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