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|2018-11-01Nov 1, 2018
Santa Rosa will be one of nine California cities to receive investments in electric vehicle charging stations as part of a car company's settlement with environmental regulators.
|2018-06-19Jun 19, 2018
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) lists the near-term transportation projects, programs and investment priorities for the San Francisco Bay Area's surface transportation system--projects that have a federal interest and locally and state-funded regionally significant projects.
|2018-05-30May 30, 2018
Pot holes and rough pavement are standard fare for drivers in El Verano, Boyes Springs, Fetters, and Agua Caliente. “Pull down your goggles, veer right then left, scoot by the first pot hole, straddle the next one, watch for the car on the corner, dodge the woman and her baby carriage, brake around the next series of bumps, and careful for the fellow leaving El Gran Taco.” This is the daily routine traveling Calle del Monte to Highway 12.
|2018-05-20May 20, 2018
Sebastopol City Council voted unanimously to subsidize the fares on local Route 24 as a pilot project for the next year. Starting June 4, the Sebastopol Shuttle will be a hop-on, hop-off mode of FREE transportation for anyone who wants to ride our local loop.
|2018-05-17May 17, 2018
Have you ever seen better weather? It has been sunny and any wind came at night after we were once again housebound. We still need rain, but it is hard to complain about perfection.
|2017-06-27Jun 27, 2017
If you love classics, then you’re going to love everything about these fun car shows coming up in California. With many vendors providing a variety of food, fun and entertainment as well as amazing classics being displayed and great people, you will find plenty going on to make a sun day.
|2018-10-24Oct 24, 2018
A regional planning group announced twelve finalists in a contest to pitch the billion dollar transportation projects that solve some of the Bay Area's most pressing transportation planning problems.
|2018-10-23Oct 23, 2018
At its October 23 meeting, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors heard a presentation from a regional housing planning group and amended the county’s planning code to allow a range of housing options between single family homes and traditional apartment buildings.
|2018-10-03Oct 3, 2018
Board of Supervisors approved formation the Sonoma County Coast and Lower Russian River Municipal Advisory Councils. On Sept. 25, the Board of Supervisors approved the formation of both the Sonoma County Coast and Lower Russian River Municipal Advisory Councils. The application process for both are now open.
|2018-10-01Oct 1, 2018
Sonoma County DRAFT Fire Recovery and Resiliency Plan - PUBLIC COMMENT DEADLINE: October 26, 2018. As we continue to recover and rebuild a year after the North Bay fires of October 2017, the DRAFT Recovery and Resiliency Framework just released by the Sonoma County Office of Recovery and Resiliency offers a pathway for starting to look forward.
|2018-09-30Sep 30, 2018
Rio Nido Magic by Elena Chronis - October 2018 - RNHOA, Pee Wee Mini Golf & Paving River Road to Rio Nido Stretch
October has finally arrived. For me, it is my favorite time of year. The weather is a little chilly, the mornings are refreshing, and the leaves are falling from the trees and turning colors. Harvest time is fast approaching, and the vineyards are beautiful.
|2018-09-07Sep 7, 2018
At events this Fall, MTC and ABAG staff will be taking a closer look at seven strategies to promote a more mobile Bay Area by 2050, a place where everyone has a suite of travel options to use on demand, regardless of where they work, live and play.
|2018-08-22Aug 22, 2018
Nearly a year after the Sonoma County Complex Fires destroyed 5,300 homes and ten years after the last housing crash slowed Sonoma County’s economy to a crawl, discussions about the future of housing, transportation and the economy are proliferating.
|2018-06-22Jun 22, 2018
The Sonoma County Water Agency (Water Agency) has developed a proposal to reduce flooding on Green Valley Road west of Graton by removing sediment from the adjacent Green Valley Creek and restoring the creek banks with native vegetation. Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act, the Water Agency released a Draft Initial Study and Negative Declaration (IS/ND) for the project on June 22. The public is invited to provide comment on the project before July 24.
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