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    Sonoma County Jail Facilities

    Main Adult Detention Facility (MADF)
    Address: 2777 Ventura Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95403 Phone: (707) 565-1400

    North County Detention Facility (NCDF)
    Address: 2254 Ordinance Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95403 Phone: (707) 565-1400

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Sonoma County

The five-member Sonoma County Board of Supervisors serves as the executive and legislative branches of the county. At the consolidated primary election, supervisors are chosen by district and are appointed for a four-year term. Additionally, the Supervisors hold directorships in a number of regional organizations, including Sonoma Water and the Agricultural Preservation & Open Space District. 

The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department is in charge of maintaining peace and order in the region that is not incorporated. The police departments of the Town of Windsor and the City of Sonoma are likewise provided through contracts. The department employs more than 1,000 people across four bureaus, including more than 275 deputy sheriffs. With a combined daily population of around 1,200 convicts, the Main Area Detention Facility and the North County Detention Facility employ more than 300 correctional officers and personnel.  An independent civilian police review board was requested after police shootings in 2007, and it was established in 2015.

Between 8000 and 5000 BC, the Pomo, Coast Miwok, and Wappo peoples were the first humans to live in Sonoma County, skillfully utilizing the land's natural carrying capacity. Numerous rock carvings, particularly in southern Sonoma County, provide archeological evidence of these First people. These carvings frequently take the shape of pecked curvilinear nucleated designs.

From the late 16th through the middle of the 19th century, Europeans made claims to and lived in the county in search of farmland, lumber, and fur. The Russian-American Company founded Fort Ross on the Sonoma Coast in 1812, becoming the first foreigners to permanently settle in Sonoma County. A stockaded fort with cannon and several hundred Russian and Aleut residents eventually made up this hamlet and its surrounding Russian settlements. However, the Russians sold the fort to John Sutter, a pioneer and recipient of a Mexican land grant in Sacramento, after abandoning it in 1841.

Cities of Sonoma

There are 35 Towns and Cities located in Sonoma County, California, United States: Annapolis Bodega Bodega Bay Boyes Hot Springs Camp Meeker Cazadero Cloverdale Cotati Duncans Mills El Verano Eldridge Forestville Fulton Geyserville Glen Ellen Graton Guerneville Healdsburg Jenner Kenwood Monte Rio Occidental Penngrove Petaluma Rio Nido Rohnert Park Santa Rosa Sebastopol Sonoma Stewarts Point The Sea Ranch Valley Ford Villa Grande Vineburg Windsor

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has an area of 1,768 square miles, of which 1,576 square miles is land and 192 square miles (10.9%) is water.