SolanoHelps connects residents to services
Solano County residents can use the web-based tool SolanoHelps to assist them in exploring their eligibility for federal, state and local health and social services programs. Based on the information provided, SolanoHelps will provide contact information for each program to ask questions, get additional information, and learn how to apply for these services.

Water Saving Options

News ImageCalifornia is under a state of emergency due to drought conditions, and public agencies and residents are being asked to voluntarily reduce water use by 20%. The Solano County Water Agency has compiled a variety of options that can be pursued to reduce water usage.

Labor Negotiations

News ImageSolano County is committed to providing the public and its employees easy access to information on the negotiations process. In addition, this web page will serve as a portal to the County's current labor agreements and Board of Supervisors' actions related to negotiations.

Solano 360: Building the Solano County Fair of the future

News ImageThe County of Solano, in partnership with the City of Vallejo and the Solano County Fair Association, is working to create a new economic future for the Solano County Fairgrounds. The project is dubbed Solano360 in recognition that the future of this community asset requires a vision beyond the five days of the annual Solano County Fair. Keep informed on the ongoing efforts and help plan the future of the Solano County Fairgrounds.

County Headlines
Tell the Registrar if you’ve moved

SOLANO COUNTY – If you’ve moved in the last year, you need to update your voter registration so you can participate in the upcoming primary elections on June 3.


Solano County public facility wins prestigious awards
FAIRFIELD – Solano County was recently awarded the Public Projects of the Year and People’s Choice Awards by the California Counties Architects and Engineers Association (CCAEA) for the design of the William J. Carroll Government Center in Vacaville.

8 local agencies taking back unwanted prescription drugs
All local law enforcement agencies, the Travis Air Force Base BX Pharmacy and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration will be providing the public an opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 26.

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