B & C Registration Service 10 Enterprise Dr, Rohnert Park, CA94928 B & C is a license bureau specializing in registration services. The business serves Rohnert Park.
California Dept. of Social Services: Adoptions Services Bureau 101 Golf Course Dr Ste A1, Rohnert Park, CA94928 This department of the CDSS helps find foster homes for children who have been placed in the custody of the state court…More system. Generally, these are special needs children put up for adoption as a result of a birth parent having their guardianship terminated by the California courts. The Rohnert Park office facilitates agency adoptions in Lake, Mendocino, Napa and Sonoma counties.
California Highway Patrol 6100 Labath Ave, Rohnert Park, CA94928 California Highway Patrol occupies a stand-alone building on Labath Avenue. A large CHP…More sign clearly marks the building. This is one of the main communications centers for all of Sonoma County's CHP officers and staff. California Highway Patrol provides safety, service and security to the residents of California. Its five departmental goals are: to prevent loss of life, injury, and property damage; to maximize service to the public; to manage traffic and emergency situations; to protect public and state assets; and to improve departmental efficiency.
Rohnert Park is unique in California, in that is is one of only two cities statewide where the police and fire…More department are one in the same. In other words, the city's public safety team serves as both police officers and firefighters.
This benefits the city for two main reasons—the department's versatility means Rohnert Park is just plain safer. A firefighter can get to a crime scene sooner if he or she is close, and a police officer can prevent a blaze sooner in the heat of the moment. Secondly, it saves the city money in a financial crisis—much needed with budgets being cut all over the city, from libraries and schools to road repair.
Rohnert Park has four fire stations and two engines are on hand at any given time. The line staff at the station is made up of 12 public safety officers, two sergeants and usually a community services officer.
City of Rohnert Park: City Clerk 130 Avram Ave, Rohnert Park, CA94928 Located at City Hall, the City Clerk's Office maintains records for the official actions of the City Council. The office…More is responsible for related minutes, agendas and public hearing notices. Other services provided include overseeing the City's Records Management Program, interacting with the general public on related matters and attesting and notarizing city documents.
Rohnert Park operates under a city manager/city council form of government. City Manager Gabriel Gonzalez is…More responsible for implementing decisions made by the five-member elected city council.
The city council meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 5 p.m. in the council chamber, located at 130 Avram Ave. Meetings are also televised on Comcast channel 26, both live and after the meeting has taken place. Agendas are available the week before the scheduled meeting. Visit the city's website for current and past agendas.
City of Rohnert Park - Department of Public Works 600 Enterprise Dr, Rohnert Park, CA94928 The Department of Public Works offers a behind-the-scenes look at how the city is maintained. Here, wood chips for…More public parks are stored in the back yard. City employees work to maintain drinking water and water treatment, as well as clean sewage and storm drains. The department is responsible for conducting repairs and maintenance of the 26 city-owned buildings, filling pot holes and removing graffiti. Visit the city's website or call for questions regarding specific concerns on your street.
Located within City Hall, Rohnert Park's water, sewer and garbage department is responsible for refuse collection and…More garbage services that include recycling, compost, landfill and hazardous waste, like computers.
For questions or information about pickups or drop-offs, and for questions about how to dispose of a particular item, such as Christmas trees or furniture, visit: http://unicycler.com/residential/sonoma/cloverdale/2010_holiday_collection_schedule_sonoma_county
Residents can make payments online or ask questions about their services.
In addition to being responsible for the budget, The City of Rohnert Park Finance Department is responsible for…More conducting an annual report on the city's fiscal health and outlook.
In 2009, the department reported that Rohnert Park's economy was in worse condition than in any other year. The unemployment rate hit nearly 10 percent — an all-time high. Since 2006, Sonoma County experienced a 9 percent loss in jobs overall. Rohnert Park reported a budget shortfall of $700,000 in 2009.
Located in the heart of Cotati, City Hall is the hub of local government in Cotati.
Several of the city's…More vital resources are administered out of Cotati City Hall including Building and Planning, City Manager's Office, Public Works, Administrative Services and Community Development.
The city offers a robust web site for its residents in which they can do many things such as pay utility bill or find out what's on the city council agenda.
The Cotati City Council meets once per month within its chambers located at City Hall.
The Cotati City Council meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber located at 201 West Sierra Avenue, Cotati.
The City Council is the legislative and policy-making body of the City. The City Council formulates city policies in the form of motions, resolutions and ordinances which reflect the needs, wishes and priorities of the citizens of Cotati; promotes the economic, cultural, and governmental well-being of the City; and provides for the orderly operations and development of the City.
The goal of the City Council is to:
Function as the legislative body of the City. Set policy on issues that are responsive to the needs and wishes of the citizens.
Focus on the community's goals, major projects, and long term considerations.