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|2019-10-29Oct 29, 2019
Santa Rosa CityBus and Paratransit are operating FREE of charge with modified routes and timetables. View the CityBus modified map and timetable. Oakmont Route 16 service is operating on normal schedule. Please see details about the service being offered by our regional transit partners. CityBus is not resuming service to areas under mandatory evacuation orders, therefore some routes will be truncated to serve the portion of the route that is outside of evacuated areas. This modified bus service will be offered with a reduced frequency timetable to ensure CityBus has enough vehicles available to support ongoing emergency transportation operations. Printed maps and timetables will be available at the Transit Mall and aboard the buses. Please note that real-time information system (MyStop app/web/text platforms) will not be functioning for the modified routes and schedules. Call707-543-3333 between 6:00 AM – 7:30 PM for assistance with trip planning.
|2019-10-16Oct 16, 2019
The small colored ovals popping up on sidewalks in and around Sebastopol’s downtown area are the final “step” in the City’s launch of its new PedLine: four color-coded, self-guided walking tours designed to get people out of their cars and walking around town. Spearheaded by Cittaslow Sebastopol, the City’s non-profit community development partner, the PedLine is the culmination of more than six years of collaborative work with community organizations, local government and merchants, and the public.
|2019-07-29Jul 29, 2019
FEMA Representatives Reviewing Flood-Damaged Roads - Russian River Water Quality -Newombudsperson – Alisha O’Loughlinfor the Lower River area -Changes in the Fifth District Office as Susan Upchurch retires and Leo Chyi takes her place. Join Sonoma Coast and Lower Russian River MAC meeting in Cazadero with Senator Mike McGuire on August 15.
|2019-07-22Jul 22, 2019
The "tidying up" movement is the current rage, but Autumn was way ahead of the game, my game anyway. The nugget was to unburden me in the physical sense, and it manifested with a download of tasks to perform. It started with cleaning the garage about five years ago. Following the next juicy urge, I bought a 30-foot RV and guess what?! My new bus feels chock-full of portableness.Stepping into it gives me goosebumps, chills, and waves of happiness.
|2019-06-19Jun 19, 2019
Bring the whole family for a day outside of the house and you’ll find a car show a perfect way to get in some bonding time with your spouse or the kids. If you have a classic of your own, be sure to show her off when you enter her into one of the shows happening in and around the Sonoma County area. If you’re ready for a good time, these shows are where it’s at!
|2019-06-08Jun 8, 2019
SMART will offer free rides on weekends and holidays for youth ages 18 and under, beginning Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. The summer pilot program lets youth ride free, when accompanied by a paying adult. There is no limit to the number of youth riders each adult can bring. Weekend and holiday parking at SMART lots will also be free during this summer promotion.
|2019-06-03Jun 3, 2019
In the late 1800s and early 1900s the North Pacific Coast Railroad (NPCRR) carried passengers and freight from Sausalito to Cazadero, north of the Russian River. In 2019, the old NPCRR right-of-way exists as disparate sections of paved trail, dirt trail, and road – but someday the entire route could be linked together to create a continuous path: the NPCRR Heritage Trail. It would be a path through history and the beautiful, varied landscapes of Marin and Sonoma Counties. For Part 1 of our Heritage Trail exploration we traveled from Sausalito to Corte Madera. We start Part 2 at Menke Park in Corte Madera near the north portal of the Alto Tunnel, where a tranquil paved multi-use path, screened by trees and bushes, leads northward to Baltimore Park.
|2019-06-02Jun 2, 2019
This article is the first in a series tracing the route of the old North Pacific Coast Railroad north to the Russian River and beyond. This railroad was a key link that helped shape the development of the North Bay. Today, its route represents not only a travel back through time, but a unique way to experience Marin and Sonoma Counties. EcoRing, a green travel organization in the North Bay, advocates stitching together existing pathway segments and extending the route on publically owned portions of the original route to the Russian River. For more information visit www.ecoring.org.
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