Solano County Helps Residents Conserve Water
Solano County is taking action to reduce the amount of water it uses at County facilities. We also encourage residents to help reserve this precious natural resource by following some simple water saving tips in our "Water Conservation Guide." Check it out.

FY2014/15 Recommended Budget

News ImageThe Board of Supervisors approved the recommended and supplemental budget on June 23, 2014.

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.

County Headlines
JAMA Pediatrics Reports Nurse-Family Partnership Reduces Preventable Death among Mothers and Children
SOLANO COUNTY – A study published by JAMA Pediatrics—a leading, peer-reviewed journal of the American Medical Association—found that Nurse-Family Partnership® (NFP), a national, nurse home visiting program, reduces preventable deaths among low-income mothers and their first-born children living in disadvantaged, urban neighborhoods. This is the first randomized, clinical trial of an early intervention program conducted in the nation to find evidence of reductions in maternal and child death.

Solano County Exhibit Wins Gold Award at California State Fair
SOLANO COUNTY– Year after year the Counties Exhibit is ranked by visitors as one of the most popular attractions at the California State Fair. With a long history of competition at the fair, the 2014 Solano County exhibit didn't disappoint, taking home its 13th Gold Award for excellence.

Assessment Roll Increases Countywide for Second Straight Year
Solano County Assessor/Recorder Marc Tonnesen announced today that the net assessment roll for properties in the county for fiscal year 2014/15 increased by $3.127 billion over last year.

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