Calendar

Jul
13
Mon
SCTA/RCPA Board Meeting @ Santa Rosa City Council Chambers
Jul 13 @ 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
SCTA/RCPA Board Meeting @ Santa Rosa City Council Chambers | Santa Rosa | California | United States
The Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA) was created in 1990 and is governed by a twelve-member Board of Directors representing each of the nine cities – Cloverdale, Cotati, Healdsburg, Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Sonoma and Windsor – and the Sonoma County board of Supervisors. The SCTA acts as the countywide planning and fund programming agency for transportation and performs a variety of important functions related to advocacy, project management, planning, finance, grant administration and research.
The Sonoma County Regional Climate Protection Authority (RCPA) coordinates community-wide climate solutions for a better future.  The RCPA was formed in 2009 through locally sponsored State legislation to coordinate countywide climate protection efforts among Sonoma County’s nine cities and multiple county agencies.  The RCPA has four main areas of focus: efficient buildings, clean energy, alternative transportation and conservation/ adaptation. The RCPA is focused on securing grant funding for GHG reducing programs and projects as well as leading countywide climate planning efforts. In addition, data collection, public information and education are significant elements of the climate protection effort.
The two authorities share the same board members, meet jointly, and issue joint meeting agenda and minutes.
SCTA/RCPA Board Meetings are usually held on the second Monday of each month at the Santa Rosa City Council Chambers.
To confirm the date and time of any upcoming SCTA/RCPA board meeting, ALWAYS check the full Agenda Packets which are available at:
http://scta.ca.gov/meetings-and-events/board-meetings/
Jul
16
Thu
Springs Community Alliance Monthly Meeting @ Booker Hall
Jul 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Springs Community Alliance Monthly Meeting @ Booker Hall | Sonoma | California | United States

SCA’s mission is to serve as a hub of communication and information
affecting the interests and well-being of all people who live in, serve, or
conduct business within the “Springs” neighborhoods of El Verano, Boyes Hot
Springs, Fetters Hot Springs and Agua Caliente.

The goals of the alliance include economic development; environmental
safety, beauty and preservation; traffic and roadway issues; health;
community outreach and hospitality.

The meetings are open to the public and anyone with an interest in the
Springs is welcome to attend and weigh in on issues that matter to them.
Translation services will provided.

General Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each month and are held at La Luz Center’s Booker Hall located at 17560 Greger St, Sonoma, CA 95476 starting at 7:00 pm. 

Check the SCA website to confirm a regular meeting hasn’t been cancelled.

Jul
22
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Jul 22 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Aug
10
Mon
SCTA/RCPA Board Meeting @ Santa Rosa City Council Chambers
Aug 10 @ 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
SCTA/RCPA Board Meeting @ Santa Rosa City Council Chambers | Santa Rosa | California | United States
The Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA) was created in 1990 and is governed by a twelve-member Board of Directors representing each of the nine cities – Cloverdale, Cotati, Healdsburg, Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Sonoma and Windsor – and the Sonoma County board of Supervisors. The SCTA acts as the countywide planning and fund programming agency for transportation and performs a variety of important functions related to advocacy, project management, planning, finance, grant administration and research.
The Sonoma County Regional Climate Protection Authority (RCPA) coordinates community-wide climate solutions for a better future.  The RCPA was formed in 2009 through locally sponsored State legislation to coordinate countywide climate protection efforts among Sonoma County’s nine cities and multiple county agencies.  The RCPA has four main areas of focus: efficient buildings, clean energy, alternative transportation and conservation/ adaptation. The RCPA is focused on securing grant funding for GHG reducing programs and projects as well as leading countywide climate planning efforts. In addition, data collection, public information and education are significant elements of the climate protection effort.
The two authorities share the same board members, meet jointly, and issue joint meeting agenda and minutes.
SCTA/RCPA Board Meetings are usually held on the second Monday of each month at the Santa Rosa City Council Chambers.
To confirm the date and time of any upcoming SCTA/RCPA board meeting, ALWAYS check the full Agenda Packets which are available at:
http://scta.ca.gov/meetings-and-events/board-meetings/
Aug
20
Thu
Springs Community Alliance Monthly Meeting @ Booker Hall
Aug 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Springs Community Alliance Monthly Meeting @ Booker Hall | Sonoma | California | United States

SCA’s mission is to serve as a hub of communication and information
affecting the interests and well-being of all people who live in, serve, or
conduct business within the “Springs” neighborhoods of El Verano, Boyes Hot
Springs, Fetters Hot Springs and Agua Caliente.

The goals of the alliance include economic development; environmental
safety, beauty and preservation; traffic and roadway issues; health;
community outreach and hospitality.

The meetings are open to the public and anyone with an interest in the
Springs is welcome to attend and weigh in on issues that matter to them.
Translation services will provided.

General Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each month and are held at La Luz Center’s Booker Hall located at 17560 Greger St, Sonoma, CA 95476 starting at 7:00 pm. 

Check the SCA website to confirm a regular meeting hasn’t been cancelled.

Aug
26
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Aug 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Sep
14
Mon
SCTA/RCPA Board Meeting @ Santa Rosa City Council Chambers
Sep 14 @ 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
SCTA/RCPA Board Meeting @ Santa Rosa City Council Chambers | Santa Rosa | California | United States
The Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA) was created in 1990 and is governed by a twelve-member Board of Directors representing each of the nine cities – Cloverdale, Cotati, Healdsburg, Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Sonoma and Windsor – and the Sonoma County board of Supervisors. The SCTA acts as the countywide planning and fund programming agency for transportation and performs a variety of important functions related to advocacy, project management, planning, finance, grant administration and research.
The Sonoma County Regional Climate Protection Authority (RCPA) coordinates community-wide climate solutions for a better future.  The RCPA was formed in 2009 through locally sponsored State legislation to coordinate countywide climate protection efforts among Sonoma County’s nine cities and multiple county agencies.  The RCPA has four main areas of focus: efficient buildings, clean energy, alternative transportation and conservation/ adaptation. The RCPA is focused on securing grant funding for GHG reducing programs and projects as well as leading countywide climate planning efforts. In addition, data collection, public information and education are significant elements of the climate protection effort.
The two authorities share the same board members, meet jointly, and issue joint meeting agenda and minutes.
SCTA/RCPA Board Meetings are usually held on the second Monday of each month at the Santa Rosa City Council Chambers.
To confirm the date and time of any upcoming SCTA/RCPA board meeting, ALWAYS check the full Agenda Packets which are available at:
http://scta.ca.gov/meetings-and-events/board-meetings/
Sep
17
Thu
Springs Community Alliance Monthly Meeting @ Booker Hall
Sep 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Springs Community Alliance Monthly Meeting @ Booker Hall | Sonoma | California | United States

SCA’s mission is to serve as a hub of communication and information
affecting the interests and well-being of all people who live in, serve, or
conduct business within the “Springs” neighborhoods of El Verano, Boyes Hot
Springs, Fetters Hot Springs and Agua Caliente.

The goals of the alliance include economic development; environmental
safety, beauty and preservation; traffic and roadway issues; health;
community outreach and hospitality.

The meetings are open to the public and anyone with an interest in the
Springs is welcome to attend and weigh in on issues that matter to them.
Translation services will provided.

General Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each month and are held at La Luz Center’s Booker Hall located at 17560 Greger St, Sonoma, CA 95476 starting at 7:00 pm. 

Check the SCA website to confirm a regular meeting hasn’t been cancelled.

Sep
23
Wed
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
Sep 23 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition @ Online via ZOOM
The Sonoma Valley Climate Coalition is made up of individuals and groups committed to advancing climate change solutions in Sonoma Valley and beyond. The Coalition meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month to discuss strategies and actions for moving Sonoma forward on climate policy and to coordinate efforts among our members.
 
In addition to individuals, the Coalition includes group representatives from the Earth Care Committee of the First Congregational Church, Transition Sonoma Valley, Indivisible Sonoma County, Praxis Peace Institute, and  other local organizations.
 
Coalition members help support the Sonoma City Council, the Sonoma Community Service and Environmental Commission, local school districts, water districts, and the tourism industry to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
Coalition members are dedicated to  advancing climate action by making buildings more efficient, increasing renewable energy sources, encouraging widespread adoption of Evergreen, Sonoma Clean Power’s 100% renewable energy program,  and making Sonoma more pedestrian- and bike-friendly by prioritizing  safe streets for people of all ages and abilities.
For more information, email SonomaClimate@gmail.com or visit http://SonomaClimate.com.
Oct
12
Mon
SCTA/RCPA Board Meeting @ Santa Rosa City Council Chambers
Oct 12 @ 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
SCTA/RCPA Board Meeting @ Santa Rosa City Council Chambers | Santa Rosa | California | United States
The Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA) was created in 1990 and is governed by a twelve-member Board of Directors representing each of the nine cities – Cloverdale, Cotati, Healdsburg, Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Sonoma and Windsor – and the Sonoma County board of Supervisors. The SCTA acts as the countywide planning and fund programming agency for transportation and performs a variety of important functions related to advocacy, project management, planning, finance, grant administration and research.
The Sonoma County Regional Climate Protection Authority (RCPA) coordinates community-wide climate solutions for a better future.  The RCPA was formed in 2009 through locally sponsored State legislation to coordinate countywide climate protection efforts among Sonoma County’s nine cities and multiple county agencies.  The RCPA has four main areas of focus: efficient buildings, clean energy, alternative transportation and conservation/ adaptation. The RCPA is focused on securing grant funding for GHG reducing programs and projects as well as leading countywide climate planning efforts. In addition, data collection, public information and education are significant elements of the climate protection effort.
The two authorities share the same board members, meet jointly, and issue joint meeting agenda and minutes.
SCTA/RCPA Board Meetings are usually held on the second Monday of each month at the Santa Rosa City Council Chambers.
To confirm the date and time of any upcoming SCTA/RCPA board meeting, ALWAYS check the full Agenda Packets which are available at:
http://scta.ca.gov/meetings-and-events/board-meetings/

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