DID YOU KNOW?
Santa Rosa’s Water Quality Report is also known as a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), which is a key part of the public’s right-to-know as established in the 1996 Amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA, section 1414(c)). Community water systems (CWSs) are required by Federal regulations (63 FR 44511, August 19, 1998) to provide to its customers a CCR each year.
Community water systems, like Santa Rosa’s, serving 10,000 or more persons are required to mail or otherwise directly deliver these reports.
The report lists the regulated contaminants found in the drinking water, as well as health effects information related to violations of the drinking water standards.
Read the latest Santa Rosa Water Quality Report: bit.ly/SRWaterReport16.
Local Workshops to Outline Upgrades
Property Owners and renters from around the county are invited to join the Energy and Sustainability Division for a free workshop to learn about topics including:
Schedule of Dates, Times and Locations:
RSVP to GSenergy@sonoma-county.org or call (707) 565-6470
*Energy audit prize winner must be a Sonoma County residential property owner. There is no cash equivalent for prizes.
The City of Santa Rosa will host a special joint meeting of the Cultural Heritage Board and Design Review Board to review the final design for the Sequoia Green Project (aka The Sequoia Green Townhomes).
The Sequoia Green Project, located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Ridgway Avenue and Glenn Street, will be up for review this Thursday, September 7, 2017 in the City Council Chamber at 5:00 PM.
The project includes a proposal to develop four existing vacant single-family lots in the Ridgway Preservation District with four attached single-family dwellings, constructed as duets, with associated landscaping and fencing. Based on the project size, and the location within a preservation district, Preliminary Design Review approval is required by the Design Review Board and Cultural Heritage Board. Final Design Review approval is also required by the Design Review Board.
For project details, please review the following documents:
Attachment 1 - Disclosure Form
Attachment 2 - Location Map
Attachment 3 - Neighborhood Context Map
Attachment 4 - Design Narrative
Attachment 5 - Site Plan (Approved by Planning Commission)
Attachment 6 - Architectural Plans
Attachment 7 - Renderings
Attachment 8 - Landscape Plans
Attachment 9 - Color Sheet
Attachment 10 - Lighting Sheet
Attachment 11 - Garage Detail
Attachment 12 - Window Detail
Attachment 13 - Picket Fence Example
Attachment 14 - Historic Compatibility Letter
Attachment 15 - Prior Minutes and Resolutions
If you have any input on this project's impact on the Ridgway Historic District, we strongly urge you to attend the meeting and provide feedback during the public commentary segment of this item. This is the most effective avenue for communication between the affected residents and the city commissioners responsible for approval of such projects.
For more information, please contact Amy Nicholson, City Planner, at email@example.com or (707) 543-3258.