Lots going on with our City government these days…
Mon., March 30, 6-8:30PM – Santa Rosa Police Chief Public Forum
On March 30, 2015 from 6:00-8:30pm at City Hall, the City Manager is hosting a public forum to hear how the next Police Chief will respond to questions from the public. This will give the community an opportunity to meet the finalists, listen to them give a brief biography, and answer 8 or so questions. The City will provide the following:
• Light refreshments
• Child Care Services
• Spanish Translation Services
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Tues., 3/31 at/after 5:00 PM – Smoking Ordinance and Zoning Code Public Hearing
Just a reminder that the Santa Rosa City Council is expected to hold a public hearing regarding the smoking ordinance and Zoning Code text amendments on Tuesday, March 31 at or after 5:00 PM. Location: Council Chambers: 100 Santa Rosa Avenue.
The meeting agenda is available on the City’s web page and the item is number 13.1. Page 10 of the agenda includes links to the staff report, draft ordinances, technical studies, public correspondence, and presentations.
Erin Morris | Senior Planner
Community Development |100 Santa Rosa Avenue, Room 3 | Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Tel. (707) 543-3273 | Fax (707) 543-3218 | email@example.com
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BE WATER SMART!
Although we are remaining optimistic about rainfall after three consecutive dry years, we are proactively planning for a fourth dry year. Our community has stepped up to the challenge and conserved this year. It is also important that our community remains water smart.
Drought restrictions still apply, which means Santa Rosa is requiring customers to reduce water use 20 percent community-wide by eliminating water waste and adopting water-saving behaviors. For more information visit srcity.org/drought.
CURRENT WATER STATISTICS:
• RESERVOIR LEVELS: As of March 21, reservoir storage in Lake Sonoma is 89% of capacity and Lake Mendocino is 81% of capacity.
• RAINFALL: Year to date (July 2014- March 2015) is 19 inches.
Current water supply levels can be found on the Sonoma County Water Agency’s website: http://www.scwa.ca.gov/current-water-supply-levels/