Safe Travels Promise

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We’re in this together.

While visiting Sonoma County, please be a conscious traveler. We’ll do our best to make your stay happy and healthy.

Be smart:

Maintain high standards of hygiene and observe all Sonoma County health regulations, even if different from your home region.

Be safe:

Take needed precautions to ensure you’re safe. Consider outcomes; observe all restrictions. Wear your mask.

Be kind:

Everyone is doing their best in spite of extraordinary challenges. We all need to exercise extra patience.

Stay healthy.

The health and wellbeing of our visitors, our residents, and our employees are top priority. Be thoughtful and cautious. Please enjoy your visit. Thank you for doing your part to protect and preserve Sonoma County.

Be smart. Be safe. Be kind. Stay healthy.

#keepsonomasafe

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Safe Travels in Sonoma County

Sonoma County Tourism joins our health department, and all County officials in ensuring all persons who are in public places wear a facial covering.  Please note each one in the video has a mask readily available should they come in contact with another person.  We take the health and wellbeing of our local residents, employees and visitors very seriously and why we instituted the Safe Travels Promise.  

Basic Sonoma County Safety Measures

  • Masks required in public – YES
  • Physical distancing required in public – YES
  • Call ahead to confirm business service levels and safety protocols – YES

Sonoma County will issue fines to individuals and business operators who refuse to follow pandemic safety orders and measures designed to slow or stop the spread of the coronavirus. The enforcement ordinance approved by the Board of Supervisors allows for individuals to be cited and fined $100 for non-commercial violations and up to $10,000 for businesses. Violations include failing to wear facial coverings, not practicing safe social distancing (maintaining 6-foot separations from non-family members) when in public or taking part in gatherings of more than 12 people who aren’t sheltering in the same household.