Coronavirus Update: Kincade Fire Cleanup Deadline Extended Due To Shelter-In-PlaceThe deadline for removal and cleanup of debris on properties affected by the Kincade Fire in 2019 has been extended from May 15 to Aug. 1, Sonoma County officials announced this week.
Coronavirus Update: Sonoma County Reports 3rd COVID-19 DeathSonoma County on Sunday reported its third death from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Sonoma County Opening New Testing Sites In Santa Rosa, PetalumaSonoma County health officials were set to open two new testing sites in Santa Rosa and Petaluma that will accept local residents regardless of whether they have coronavirus symptoms or not.
VIDEO: Massive Fire Destroys Historic Barn At Occidental Arts and Ecology CenterA fire erupted in a woodwork shop inside a historic barn at the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center in unincorporated Sonoma County late Tuesday night, heavily damaging three buildings and spreading to a nearby field, authorities said.
Coronavirus Update: Sonoma County Eases Shelter-In-Place Order To Allow Limited Outdoor Activity At Parks, BeachesHealth authorities in Sonoma County have amended the county's shelter-in-place order to allow for limited outdoor activity in parks.
Coronavirus Shelter Order Leads To Resurgence In Home 'Victory Gardens'80 years ago, during World War II, "victory gardens" were quite popular. Now, during this current war against what has been called "the invisible enemy" of COVID-19, they’re making a comeback.
Coronavirus Update: Some Sonoma County Parks Reopening For Walking, CyclingSonoma County residents will be free to walk or bike to their neighborhood park starting Wednesday amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Officials Moving Forward With Plan To House COVID-19 Victims In Sonoma State DormOfficials were moving forward with plans to use parts of the Sonoma State University campus to meet public health needs during the coronavirus emergency with an initial group of people set to be placed in a dormitory this week.
Coronavirus Update: Drive-Thru Testing Set To Begin In Santa Rosa For Vulnerable, At-Risk GroupsSonoma County will begin testing people for the novel coronavirus on Saturday after receiving a significant number of testing swabs, county health officials said.
Coronavirus Update: Sonoma County Announces Additional Testing, Drive-Thru SiteSonoma County Public Health Officer Dr. Sundari Mase said Wednesday the county has received 5,000 specimen swabs for additional testing for COVID-19.
Sonoma Co. Makes Masks, Face Coverings Mandatory At Stores, Indoor Facilities During COVID-19 PandemicAs of Friday, people in Sonoma County will be reqired to wear a facial covering in any enclosed space or indoor facility, except their home, including grocery stores during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ballots Sent For Sonoma County Special Election On EMS Tax MeasuresThe Sonoma County Registrar of Voters Office is mailing ballots this week for two special May 5 elections for districts within the county.
Coronavirus Update: Alternate COVID-19 Care Site Being Established At Sonoma StateSonoma County, Sonoma State University and the Petaluma Health Center are establishing an alternate care site at the university in Rohnert Park.
Coronavirus Update: Sonoma County Extends Shelter-In-Place Order To May 3The shelter-in-place order for Sonoma County residents will be extended through May 3, the county's public health officer announced Tuesday. Most Bay Area counties announced a similar extension on Tuesday.
Coronavirus Update: 2 Additional Santa Rosa Police Officers Tests Positive For COVID-19Two more Santa Rosa police officers were confirmed to have contacted the novel coronavirus Friday, according to the police department.