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.
Meals On Wheels 275 E Spain St, Sonoma, CA95476 Meals on Wheels of Sonoma is located inside Trinity Church on a beautiful, tree-lined street which ends at the…More Sebastiani Winery and Event Center. The volunteers prepare and deliver two meals a day, five days a week. The volunteers of this nonprofit accept donations from individuals, Sonoma Market's meat department, and Oakhill Organic Fruits and Vegetables. Meals on Wheels of Sonoma is also a community resource for seniors with special dietary requirements.
Glen Ellen Fire Protection District 13445 Arnold Dr, Glen Ellen, CA95442-9303 Glen Ellen Fire Protection District is a combined professional and volunteer fire department. The department has three…More fire engines and rescue squad and water tanker vehicles. The department is supported by Ladies Auxiliary, organized by the Glen Ellen Women's Club, which organizes promotional and fundraising events for the department.
Seeds of Learning 276 E Napa St, Sonoma, CA95476 Seeds of Learning is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving educational opportunities in rural Latin…More America. The organization's goal is to build and equip schools in Nicaragua and El Salvador. The organization educates children and adults alike. The organization has several programs to help people. It is always looking for volunteers.
The Sonoma Valley Education Foundation was founded in 1993 as a way of creating an alternative funding method for…More community schools. Led by director Laura Zimmerman, the foundation seeks to enhance education by providing resources and funding for educational activities that go beyond the bare bones of curriculum requirements. Through a mixture of grants, fundraisers and independent donations, they fund teacher training, empowerment and enrichment curriculum, extracurricular activities such as field trips, and a science collaboration with San Francisco's Exploratorium.
Recently, the Foundation launched a technology and multimedia training program to allow teachers to gain experience through an independent project during the summer months. The Sonoma Valley Education Foundation maintains a wide roster of volunteers. Community members interested in donating for volunteering can find information on their website, or contact the foundation via phone during business hours.
Sun FM KSVY 91.3 Sonoma 164 W Napa St, Sonoma, CA95476 Sun FM KSVY 91.3 Sonoma is a public radio station offering bilingual programming to listeners in the Sonoma area. The…More station employs more than 60 volunteer hosts, covering a broad range of topics, such as sports, taxes, music, relationships and popular culture. In addition, a live stream of the current Sun FM broadcast is available to listeners through the station's website. CDs and DVDs of archived shows can also be purchased through the website at a flat rate of $12 per disc.
Sonoma League for Historic Preservation 291 1st St E, Sonoma, CA95476 The Sonoma League for Historic Preservation is a non-profit organization with the mission to honor and preserve the…More history and charm of Sonoma Valley. Every 10 years the league organizes historic surveys. With a grid over the valley, a group of volunteers document those buildings listed as historic and verify which are not. The organization is housed at the Heritage Center and with its own history of 40 years is a true vestige of Sonoma.
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.
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.
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.