The administration for the City of Sonoma is housed in City Hall, a large building located in the center of Plaza…More Park. Led by Mayor Steve Barbose, the city oversees administration divided into seven departments, including Planning, Building Development, Public Works as well as the city's Fire and Police services. The city council usually meets on the first and third Wednesday of every month at 6pm, in the "Community Meeting Room" at 177 First Street West. Building and Public Works Inspections can be scheduled by phone at 707-938-3681. An updated calendar of open meetings is available on the city website, as well as details of the annual budget. Permits and restrictions for reserving one of the cities many parks for a public event are available on the city website.</p>
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses 615 5th St W, Sonoma, CA95476 Just across the street from Sassarini Elementary School, the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses is located in a modest…More building on Fifth Street West. It is the only Jehovah's Witness congregation within the city of Sonoma. It offers bible study classes, public talks and many services opportunities to its congregation. They also host regular Spanish language bible study and worship programs.
In back of Sonoma City Hall is the Sonoma Valley Visitors Center. Offering complimentary maps of the plaza, and…More information about local wineries, shops, galleries, gardens, food, and lodging, it's a useful stop for anyone coming to wine country.</p>
<p>The building sits at the end of Sonoma Park's green, where patrons can linger, drink wine, take a walk, or rest on bench before one of the two duck ponds. There are public restrooms outside the building.</p>
Sonoma Valley Moose Lodge 20580 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 The Loyal Order of Moose (LOOM) is a fraternal organization that has existed since 1888. The group's focus is on…More fund-raising and community support, including the management of Mooseheart Child City & School, a village-style orphanage outside of Chicago, and Moosehaven, a retirement community for Moose members near Jacksonville, Fla. The Sonoma Valley Moose Lodge is a community center and 300-person capacity event hall with ample parking. A restaurant and full bar, along with a small outdoor children's park are included in the facilities. Every Tuesday at 6:30pm the lodge is open to the public for bingo and snacks. Members can enjoy dinner at the lodge on Mondays and Fridays, and brunch on Sunday mornings. Numerous fund-raising events for Sonoma Valley community organizations and charities are held at the Moose lodge every year.