Avelo Airlines announced today new nonstop service to Palm Springs, California from the North Bay Area’s Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport (STS). Avelo will fly this route twice weekly on Fridays and Mondays beginning on November 11.
PROJECT: Airport Approach Development Feasibility Study. The County of Sonoma Department of Transportation and Public Works intends to award the above-referenced project to:Cignus Consulting, LLC.
The County of Sonoma Department of Transportation and Public Works Airport Division conducted a formal bid process to contract with an agency to assist with facilitating the removal of hazardous eucalyptus trees on Airport property.
Sonoma County announces purchase of ten all-electric buses bolstering shift to zero-emission transit fleet
Sonoma County today announced the purchase of ten battery electric transit buses to replace ten compressed natural gas buses, consistent with the Climate Action and Resiliency pillar of Sonoma County’s Five-Year Strategic Plan. The ten new buses, which are scheduled for delivery between July 1 and August 31, 2024, are in addition to six all-electric buses expected to arrive in June. There are currently three all-electric buses in the county’s 49-bus fleet. The purchase was approved by the Board of Supervisors today on a unanimous vote.
Sonoma County ‘Department of Public Infrastructure’ made official in merger of Transportation and Public Works and General Services
The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors today officially approved a new department name, Public Infrastructure, to reflect the consolidation of the county General Services and Transportation and Public Works departments. The name of the newly formed Department of Public Infrastructure or Pi, which will comprise the various divisions and operational areas of the former departments, was chosen based on input from county employees.
The Sonoma County Department of Public Infrastructure today announced the installation and operation of a new high-intensity activated crosswalk signal, or HAWK, at the intersection of Old Redwood Highway and Lark Center Drive in Larkfield.