The Ridgway Historic Neighborhood Association print newsletter is ready for distribution! Click here for a map showing 16 blocks that need to receive newsletters. Please:
1. Look at the map and decide which blocks you will deliver to.
2. Open this Google Doc to add your name, phone number, block number where you will distribute, and day that you will pick up newsletters.
3. On your chosen day, go to 432 Denton Way and pick up your newsletters from the front porch. The exact number of newsletters will be bundled for you, along with delivery instructions.
4. When you pick up the newsletters, you can also take a photo of a more detailed map, posted above the porch. This map shows all addresses, plus individual apartment units and granny units. It's important to deliver to every address, including all apartments.
5. Go take a walk and deliver the newsletters. Have fun meeting your neighbors!
PG&E's Public Safety Power Shutoff did not impact power to the Ridgway Historic Neighborhood, however many businesses and neighborhoods nearby were impacted. At this point, PG&E is set to begin restoring power, although the process could take up to 5 days for all customers to get power back. The utility has set up a site with additional information here: http://ow.ly/AVdn50wHXwT
The outages did impact local school closures. To see a full list, click here:
This is a great time to go over your emergency plans and make sure you have supplies on hand for extended power outages (planned or otherwise), as well as reviewing your evacuation plans in case of emergency.
Join the Ridgway Clean Team to beautify our neighborhood the morning after our annual summer block party.
We have limited pickers, gloves, and trash bags so please bring whatever supplies you have and would like to share.
For more information or to confirm your participation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The City of Santa Rosa, California Planning & Economic Development Department sent out a notice earlier this week regarding an upcoming Planning Commission meeting regarding the proposed retail cannabis business at 353 College Avenue (at the intersection with Glenn Street).
Green Pen Dispensary Meeting
Thursday, March 14, 2019 | 4:00 PM
Santa Rosa City Council Chamber
100 Santa Rosa Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Project Name: Green Pen Dispensary
Project Address: 353 College Avenue
Project Description: The proposed project includes a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for a medical and adult-use cannabis retail dispensary with delivery, within an existing 2,943 square-foot building. The project also includes a parking reduction consisting of six on-site spaces, and six off-site employee garage parking passes. The application has been filed by Green Pen, LLC. File Number - CUP18-080.
Meeting Purpose: To receive public comment and recommendations prior to acting on the requested applications. You are encouraged to submit written comments and recommendations if you cannot attend the meeting.
Adam Ross, City Planner
For Additional Information:
Planning & Economic Development
Santa Rosa City Hall
100 Santa Rosa Avenue, Room 3
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
M/T/Th 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
W 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM
F 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
The Staff Report and attachments will be made available at srcity.org/planningcommission on or before the Monday prior to this hearing (Monday, March 11, 2019).
For more information on the City of Santa Rosa's Cannabis Program, please visit srcity.org/404/Cannabis-Program.
The City of Santa Rosa does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the admissions or access to, or treatment of or employment in, its programs or activities. Requests for alternate formats may be made by contacting (707) 543-3200.
Earlier this month, the Ridgway Historic Neighborhood Association was invited by Santa Rosa's Office of Community Engagement (OCE) to participate in the forthcoming Neighborfest Pilot Program. The OCE will be receiving funding from the United Way of Sonoma County and the Healthcare Foundation of Northern Sonoma County for the Pilot Program.
To provide more information about Neighborfest and to prepare for the Pilot Program, OCE invited Daniel Homsey, Director of the Neighborhood Empowerment Network for the City and County of San Francisco, to November's Community Advisory Board (CAB) meeting. Mr. Homsey presented information on San Francisco’s Neighborfest Program and provided the CAB and community with a demonstration of the table top exercise conducted during Neighborfest events called “Map Your Resilientville.”
As a Neighborfest Pilot Program participant, we look forward to working with the City to improve our neighborhood's resiliency.
Interested neighbors should email us at email@example.com.
The City of Santa Rosa will transition from at-large to district-based elections starting November 6, 2018
WHY DISTRICT ELECTIONS?
The city received a certified letter from the law firm of Shenkman & Hughes on July 17, 2017 claiming the city is violating the California Voting Rights Act (Elec. Code §§ 14025-14032) because Council members are elected at-large rather than by districts. Dozens of local government agencies in California have faced similar challenges in recent years.
Learn more from the City of Santa Rosa.
The City of Santa Rosa will now have its refuse and recycle needs met by a new company — Recology. Recently, this new service provider sent out an introduction postcard. If you didn't receive it, the information below will be all the more useful.
Welcome to Recology: A World Without Waste
We’re excited to announce Recology is now your recycling, organics, and solid waste service provider. During the coming weeks, you will receive more information about services and billing. Welcome to the Recology family!
Service begins January 1, 2018!
For more information, please visit
The City of Santa Rosa and the County of Sonoma have joined forces to provide a comprehensive digital resource through Sonoma County Recovers.
This official page is a resource for all things concerning these unprecedented disasters that have affected our community. Sections include News, Damaged Property, Basic Needs, Financial Help, Contact, Housing, Maps, and so much more!
Visit www.sonomacountyrecovers.org for more information.