The Sonoma Police Department is headquartered in a large building surrounded by fields on First Street West. Since…More 2004 the Sonoma City has worked with the County Sheriff's office to provide all policing needs for the city. In 2005 the department received a grant from the Office of Traffic Safety to create a full-time traffic safety unit. </p>
<p>The department is run by Chief Bret Sackett, who, according to its website employs two Sergeants, nine deputies, a School Resource Officer, a Traffic Officer, two Community Service Officers and two administrative positions.</p>
<p>The Sheriff's department runs a Volunteers in Policing program (better known as "V.I.P") that allows local citizens to volunteer their time to help the department in an administrative manner. It also operates a "Police Explorers" program, where young adults aged 15-20 learn basic crime control skills and learn about careers in law enforcement. </p>
Village Green Senior Apartments II 650 4th St W, Sonoma, CA95476 Nestled among trees with the melodic laughter of children wafting on a Sonoma breeze, Village Green Senior Apartments II…More is a haven for those desiring a tranquil home. With it's location at the end of 4th Street West, the complex is off the main line of traffic, yet in close proximity to shopping, transportation and the town of Sonoma's historic downtown.
Schell-Vista Volunteer Fire Department 22950 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 The Schell-Vista Fire Department, is a Volunteer-staffed fire protection agency. Its range covers 60 square miles, from…More Highway 34, to the north and east sides of Sonoma City, to Highway 116. It was established in 1942 and has a staff of 40 trained fire volunteers, who respond to wildfires and residential fires as well as medical emergencies and traffic accidents. The department has two stations, one at the corner of 8th Street East and East Napa Street, and one where Highway 12 and Highway 121 meet. The volunteers are led by Fire Department Chief Mitch Mulas.