- Public Hearing Notices & Misc Information
Public Hearing Notices & Miscellaneous Information
Town Council Public Notices
September 6, 2023 - Amendments to Municipal Code Title VI, Fire Prevention and Protection.
Planning Commission Public Notices
September 26, 2023 - Cottages at Vintage Oaks, 9290 Old Redwood Highway - Conceptual Review
Administrative Hearing Public Notices
None at this time.
Community Meeting Notices
None at this time.
FEMA Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps - News Release
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has delivered preliminary flood maps for unincorporated Sonoma County and the City of Santa Rosa and the Town of Windsor. The maps identify revised flood hazards along the Russian River and Mark West Pool and Pruitt creeks their tributaries. The new maps will help building officials, contractors and homeowners make effective mitigation decisions, thereby contributing to safer and more disaster-resilient communities.
Before the new Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) become effective, there is a 90-day appeal period from June 29 to September 27, 2023. During that time, residents or businesses with supporting technical and scientific information, such as detailed hydraulic or hydrologic data, can appeal to the flood risk information on the preliminary maps, which can be viewed at fema.gov/preliminaryfloodhazarddata.
More specifically for Windsor, there are four (4) FIRM "panels" that cover the Town of Windsor and may be of interest to Windsor residents.
For more information, contact Sonoma County at (707) 565-4443 or firstname.lastname@example.org, the City of Santa Rosa at (707) 543-3249 or email@example.com, or the Town of Windsor at firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 838-1006.
Sonoma County Regional Parks Ballot Measure - Informational Only
The following statements are informational materials only and shall not be construed in support of or against the ballot measure. No public resources may be used for campaign advocacy.
Notice: Public Meeting related to the Old Redwood Highway Bike-Pedestrian Crossing Study