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If you've ever considered becoming a volunteer, now is the time. Search hundreds of volunteer opportunities right here in Solano County. We'll help you find the right program so you can start making a difference today.


Solano360



Solano360, a 149 acre, 1.7 million square-foot mixed-use site approved specific plan located in the City of Vallejo, Solano County, California.


FY2020-21 Preliminary Recommended Budget



The Fiscal Year 2020-21 Solano County Preliminary Recommended Budget document is now available. The Solano County Board of Supervisors will take up this document at budget hearings starting on Thursday, June 25.


COVID-19 Information and Resources for Older Adults and for Conducting Well-Checks



Click the image or here to access resources for older adults and those living with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. There are also resources available for those looking to conduct well-checks on elderly neighbors, including a guide on how to help older adults, a script for conducting well-checks and a resource flyer.


COVID-19 Resources for Solano County Businesses



Click the image or here to access COVID-19 information and resources for Solano County Businesses, including California protections, taxes, worker protection, financial resources and more from the Solano County Workforce Development Board and Small Business Development Center.



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County assessment roll increases for eighth year in a row
SOLANO COUNTY – Solano County Assessor-Recorder Marc Tonnesen announced today that the local assessment roll for properties throughout the County for fiscal year 2020/21 increased by $2.9 billion in assessed value over last year, or approximately 4.94 percent.
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Governor orders closure of bars, brewpubs and some indoor operations in Solano County – County health officials update local orders, ask residents to stay at home during Fourth of July holiday weekend
SOLANO COUNTY – At his press briefing yesterday, Governor Newsom ordered the closure of bars, brewpubs, breweries and pubs, and all indoor operations at dine-in restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms, family entertainment centers, indoor movie theatres, indoor zoos, museums and cardrooms for at least three weeks in 19 California counties, including the County of Solano, that were on the state's County Monitoring List. The state order essentially rescinds the local public health officer’s delegated authority for these specific business operations at this time.
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Solano County on Governor’s County Monitoring List – must prohibit bars and indoor operations in certain business sectors for at least three weeks
SOLANO COUNTY – At his press conference this afternoon, Governor Newsom, in coordination with the California Department of Public Health, ordered counties that have been on the County Monitoring List for three consecutive days or more to immediately close bars, brewpubs, breweries and pubs, as well as indoor operations in certain business sectors for a minimum of three weeks, maybe longer depending on epidemiological indicators. Solano County – along with 18 other California Counties – is on the Governor's list, and will close indoor operations at dine-in restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms, family entertainment centers, indoor movie theatres, indoor zoos and museums and cardrooms effective immediately. Bars must close regardless if they serve drinks indoors or outdoors.
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Public Health officials release new guidance to allow for personal care services in Solano County – encourage businesses to develop reopening plans
SOLANO COUNTY – On Friday, June 12, the California Department of Public Health released new guidance, giving the Solano County Public Health Officer authority to amend the County's shelter-at-home public health order and directive to allow for personal care services to reopen starting June 19. Personal care services include facials, electrolysis, waxing, skin care, cosmetology, electrology, nail salons, massage therapy and body art professionals, including tattoo parlors and piercing shops.
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County amends health order to include industry guidance for low and medium-risk activities approved by the state
SOLANO COUNTY – Public Health officials have amended the County's stay-at-home health order and directive to include industry guidance for low and medium-risk activities approved by the California Department of Public Health on June 5, 2020, including movie theatres, satellite wagering facilities, racetracks, campgrounds, recreational vehicle (RV) parks and day camps.
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