August 3, 2021

Rohnert Park swears in new Public Safety Officers

Rohnert Park City Council met in-person, masks required, on Tuesday July 27. The council chambers were packed with family and friends of the one officer to be promoted, and the three new officers to be sworn into the Department of Public Safety. Before the meeting started Chief Tim Mattos and Lieutenant Jeff Nicks went row by row meeting and greeting the families of their officers. Nicks instructs at the academy and is the recruiting officer for the department. After Mayor Gerard Giudice gaveled the meeting to order, Chief Mattos called his officers up one by one. 



Cahoots Program advancing to Cotati-Rohnert Park

The Cahoots program has been discussed within the Cotati City Council since being presented to them in May 2021. The program is on its way to making a difference in Cotati and Rohnert Park.

Sebastopol approves change to dangerous road and a use of initiative funds

The Sebastopol City Council approved a significant road change to correct a hazardous turn on Petaluma Avenue and authorized the use of initiative funds Wednesday morning over Zoom.


RP 8U Blue All-Stars compete in Championship game of Regionals

The Rohnert Park Cal Ripken baseball organization had three out of five age groups continue onto the regional tournaments. The 8U Blue All-Star team played in Utah, the 12/70 Blue All-Star team played in Bakersfield and the 11U Blue All-Star team played in Hanford.


PG&E begins removing trees in the North Bay that were cut down during 2020

 In response to customer and community requests, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) listened and is dispatching crews to gather wood that was cut down following the Glass Fire and LNU Fire in 2020.