The August meeting will feature a presentation from Marty Winter about his planned development project.
The Sonoma Fire Rescue Authority, Kenwood Fire Protection District, and Mayacamas Fire Safe Council will host Pacific Gas and Electric’s Public Affairs Representative, Herman Hernandez. Mr. Hernandez will be discussing the power safety shut downs that may occur in extreme weather conditions.
Sonoma County Officials and local fire departments are coming together to host a community meeting about alert and warning efforts in Glen Ellen, Kenwood, and Sonoma Valley Areas. Please see here for article about the meeting from the Kenos Press:
Do you know where your water comes from?
You are invited to join the Sonoma Valley Groundwater Sustainability Agency
to learn about local water.
Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
Program at 6:30 p.m.
Activities till 7:30 p.m. Family friendly hands-on demonstrations.
FREE Pizza! Ice Cream!
For additional information, please visit: sonomavalleygroundwater.org or contact
Andrea.Rodriguez@scwa.ca.gov or call (707) 521-1837
¿Sabes de dónde viene su agua?
Usted está invitado a reunirse con la Agencia de Sostenibilidad del Agua Subterránea del Valle de Sonoma para aprender acerca del agua local.
Habrá demonstraciones interactivas para toda la familia.
Las puertas abren a las 6:00 p.m.
El programa empieza a las 6:30 p.m.
Actividades hasta las 7:30 p.m.
GRATIS ¡Pizza! ¡Helado!
Lunes, septiembre 23
6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
El Verano Elementary School
18606 Riverside Dr. Sonoma, CA 95476
Para más información, por favor visite sonomavalleygroundwater.org
o escribanos al correo electrónico Juan-Carlos.Solis@scwa.ca.gov o llame al
Monthly meeting of the Sonoma County Citizens Advisory Council
Glen Ellen Community Lunch at Morton’s Warm Springs
Free Chicken Taco Bowl lunch
Swimming if it is warm.
RSVP required by email to Poppy at email@example.com
Plan Manager Jay Jasperse requested that I forward to you the attached Water Supply Strategies Action Plan (WSSAP), prepared by Sonoma Water staff. The first WSSAP was completed in 2010, and it was updated in 2011 and 2013. Workshops were held with the Sonoma Water Board of Directors, which recognized the WSSAP as a living document. The drought and the 2017 fires were a reminder of the need for resiliency and a diversified water strategy, and Sonoma Water is pleased to present the 2018 update.
Groundwater is a critical component of the WSSAP, and is discussed under “Strategy 1: Protect drinking water supply and promote water-use efficiency”, “Strategy 3: Utilize regional planning to increase water supply resiliency”, “Strategy 4: Respond and adapt to climate change,” and “Strategy 7: Seek federal and state funding.”
The Sonoma Water Board of Directors will be receiving a presentation on the WSSAP and providing feedback on Monday, September 30, at approximately 1 p.m., in the Board of Supervisors Chambers. The meeting can be viewed online.
Please let Jay (Jay.Jasperse@scwa.ca.gov) if you have any questions.