Sonoma County Health Orders
Mandatory Shelter-in-Place Order
Sonoma County ’s mandatory shelter-in-place Order started at 12 AM on Wednesday, March 18, and has been extended through Sunday, May 3, 2020. The Sonoma County Health Officer may further extend or otherwise change the length of time as necessary.
The intent of this Order is to ensure that people remain in their homes and minimize social interactions outside of their immediate family. The Order states that you may leave your home for a handful of reasons, which include:
- ensuring the health and safety of you and your family
- engaging in outdoor activity that does not involve close contact with other people
- getting necessary services and supplies for you and your family
- performing employment functions permissible under the Order, such as work that operates and maintains "essential infrastructure" such as water, sewer, gas, electrical, solid waste oil refining, roads and highways, public transportation, communications, and public works construction.
City of Healdsburg Health Officer: Healdsburg Fire Chief Jason Boaz. Phone (707) 431-3363. Email: jboaz @ ci.healdsburg.ca.us.