Relaxing on Spring Lake
One of many beautiful County of Sonoma Regional Parks
Laguna de Santa Rosa
The Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) was created by State law in 1963 to regulate the boundaries of cities and special districts. There is a LAFCO in each of the 58 counties of California. Each LAFCO is an independent public agency. The objectives of LAFCO are:
To encourage the orderly formation of local government agencies and promote the efficient provision of public services
To preserve agricultural land and open-space resources
To promote orderly growth and discourage urban sprawl
As a public agency, LAFCO discusses and acts upon its business monthly in open public meetings. We welcome your interest and participation in the important matters under study and consideration by LAFCO.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Municipal Service Review and Sphere of Influence Amendment Study
The Local Agency Formation Commission of Sonoma County (Sonoma LAFCO) is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants to prepare a Municipal Service Review and Sphere of Influence Amendment Study for the Valley of the Moon Water District. A description of the district, scope of the work and proposal requirements can be found here.
Identification and Mapping of Disadvantaged Unincorporated Communities
Sonoma LAFCO is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants to prepare a study that identifies and maps disadvantaged unincorporated Communities (DUCs) in the county. A description of project,scope of the work and proposal requirements can be found here.