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Demographics Analysis

The people of Sonoma City, California give the community character. This place is unique because of factors such as population size / density, ethnic background, ratio of males to females, and average age.

Population By Sex By Age
(Sonoma City, California)

Male:

Under 5 years : 354

5 to 9 years : 135

10 to 14 years : 215

15 to 17 years : 214

18 and 19 years : 140

20 years : 30

21 years : 38

22 to 24 years : 217

25 to 29 years : 165

30 to 34 years : 206

35 to 39 years : 278

40 to 44 years : 247

45 to 49 years : 294

50 to 54 years : 371

55 to 59 years : 336

60 and 61 years : 214

62 to 64 years : 181

65 and 66 years : 152

67 to 69 years : 162

70 to 74 years : 166

75 to 79 years : 146

80 to 84 years : 130

85 years and over : 193

Female:

Under 5 years : 235

5 to 9 years : 210

10 to 14 years : 178

15 to 17 years : 80

18 and 19 years : 59

20 years : 53

21 years : 11

22 to 24 years : 96

25 to 29 years : 288

30 to 34 years : 216

35 to 39 years : 358

40 to 44 years : 385

45 to 49 years : 413

50 to 54 years : 335

55 to 59 years : 355

60 and 61 years : 179

62 to 64 years : 303

65 and 66 years : 176

67 to 69 years : 115

70 to 74 years : 280

75 to 79 years : 178

80 to 84 years : 300

85 years and over : 483


(updated 2009)



Population By Ancestry
(Sonoma City, California)

Ancestry specified:

Single ancestry : 5,315

Multiple ancestry : 3,499

Ancestry not specified:

Ancestry unclassified : 83

Ancestry not reported : 973


(updated 2009)



Population By Citizen Status In The United States
(Sonoma City, California)

U.S. citizen, born in the United States : 8,540

U.S. citizen, born in Puerto Rico or U.S. Island Areas : 39

U.S. citizen, born abroad of American parent(s) : 105

U.S. citizen by naturalization : 378

Not a U.S. citizen : 808


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Age
(Sonoma City, California)

Total:

Under 5 years : 589

5 to 17 years : 1,032

18 to 24 years : 644

25 to 34 years : 875

35 to 44 years : 1,268

45 to 54 years : 1,413

55 to 59 years : 691

60 and 61 years : 393

62 to 64 years : 484

65 to 74 years : 1,051

75 years and over : 1,430

Born in state of residence:

Under 5 years : 442

5 to 17 years : 895

18 to 24 years : 422

25 to 34 years : 477

35 to 44 years : 755

45 to 54 years : 684

55 to 59 years : 369

60 and 61 years : 117

62 to 64 years : 169

65 to 74 years : 372

75 years and over : 558

Born in other state in the United States:

Under 5 years : 77

5 to 17 years : 87

18 to 24 years : 41

25 to 34 years : 134

35 to 44 years : 286

45 to 54 years : 542

55 to 59 years : 322

60 and 61 years : 257

62 to 64 years : 233

65 to 74 years : 532

75 years and over : 769

Native, born outside the United States:

Under 5 years : 35

5 to 17 years : 8

18 to 24 years : 27

25 to 34 years : 39

35 to 44 years : 0

45 to 54 years : 21

55 to 59 years : 0

60 and 61 years : 0

62 to 64 years : 0

65 to 74 years : 0

75 years and over : 14

Foreign born:

Under 5 years : 35

5 to 17 years : 42

18 to 24 years : 154

25 to 34 years : 225

35 to 44 years : 227

45 to 54 years : 166

55 to 59 years : 0

60 and 61 years : 19

62 to 64 years : 82

65 to 74 years : 147

75 years and over : 89


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Sex
(Sonoma City, California)

Born in state of residence:

Male : 2,487

Female : 2,773

Born in other state in the United States:

Male : 1,322

Female : 1,958

Native: born outside the United States:

Male : 88

Female : 56

Foreign born:

Male : 687

Female : 499


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Race
(Sonoma City, California)

Born in state of residence : 4,887

Born in other state in the United States : 3,133

Native: born outside the United States : 105

Foreign born : 733


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Marital Status
(Sonoma City, California)

Born in state of residence:

Never married : 1,235

Now married, except separated : 2,085

Divorced : 416

Separated : 97

Widowed : 375

Born in other state in the United States:

Never married : 444

Now married, except separated : 1,379

Divorced : 693

Separated : 0

Widowed : 600

Native: born outside the United States:

Never married : 27

Now married, except separated : 39

Divorced : 21

Separated : 0

Widowed : 14

Foreign born:

Never married : 195

Now married, except separated : 822

Divorced : 32

Separated : 17

Widowed : 52


(updated 2009)



Language Spoken At Home By Ability To Speak English (Population Of 5 Years and Older)
(Sonoma City, California)

Speak only English : 7,679

Spanish or Spanish Creole:

Speak English "very well" : 419

Speak English less than "very well" : 457

French (incl. Patois, Cajun):

Speak English "very well" : 32

Speak English less than "very well" : 10

Italian:

Speak English "very well" : 60

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Portuguese or Portuguese Creole:

Speak English "very well" : 13

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

German:

Speak English "very well" : 114

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Other West Germanic languages:

Speak English "very well" : 43

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Scandinavian languages:

Speak English "very well" : 57

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Greek:

Speak English "very well" : 13

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Russian:

Speak English "very well" : 0

Speak English less than "very well" : 18

Serbo-Croatian:

Speak English "very well" : 13

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Other Slavic languages:

Speak English "very well" : 20

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Hindi:

Speak English "very well" : 38

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Other Indic languages:

Speak English "very well" : 0

Speak English less than "very well" : 98

Other Indo-European languages:

Speak English "very well" : 15

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Chinese:

Speak English "very well" : 0

Speak English less than "very well" : 18

Japanese:

Speak English "very well" : 23

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Korean:

Speak English "very well" : 21

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Other Asian languages:

Speak English "very well" : 15

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Tagalog:

Speak English "very well" : 16

Speak English less than "very well" : 50

Hebrew:

Speak English "very well" : 16

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

African languages:

Speak English "very well" : 14

Speak English less than "very well" : 9


(updated 2009)



Ancestries in Sonoma City, California

  • German: 1,660   (15.1%)
  • Irish: 1,584   (14.4%)
  • English: 1,535   (14.0%)
  • Other Groups: 1,181   (10.7%)
  • Italian: 967   (8.8%)
  • French (except Basque): 438   (4.0%)
  • Swedish: 390   (3.5%)
  • Scotch-irish: 382   (3.5%)
  • Norwegian: 311   (2.8%)
  • Scottish: 290   (2.6%)
  • Dutch: 196   (1.8%)
  • Polish: 189   (1.7%)
  • United States Or American: 185   (1.7%)
  • Russian: 179   (1.6%)
  • Swiss: 148   (1.3%)
  • Portuguese: 137   (1.2%)
  • Welsh: 135   (1.2%)
  • Danish: 124   (1.1%)
  • European: 80   (0.7%)
  • Scandinavian: 77   (0.7%)
  • Austrian: 69   (0.6%)
  • Belgian: 67   (0.6%)
  • Greek: 63   (0.6%)
  • French Canadian: 55   (0.5%)
  • Canadian: 55   (0.5%)
  • Czech: 54   (0.5%)
  • Hungarian: 48   (0.4%)
  • Arab: 44   (0.4%)
  • Finnish: 40   (0.4%)
  • Northern European: 39   (0.4%)
  • Croatian: 26   (0.2%)
  • Yugoslavian: 25   (0.2%)
  • Slovak: 24   (0.2%)
  • British: 24   (0.2%)
  • Lithuanian: 24   (0.2%)
  • Subsaharan African: 17   (0.2%)
  • Slovene: 17   (0.2%)
  • Israeli: 17   (0.2%)
  • Slavic: 15   (0.1%)
  • Romanian: 15   (0.1%)
  • Armenian: 14   (0.1%)
  • Iranian: 13   (0.1%)
  • Australian: 9   (0.1%)
  • Maltese: 7   (0.1%)
  • Ukrainian: 7   (0.1%)
  • Basque: 7   (0.1%)
  • Icelander: 6   (0.1%)

(updated 2010)



Total Population In Sonoma City, California is 9,870



(updated 2009)



Male Population in Sonoma City, California: 4,584
Female Population in Sonoma City, California: 5,286


(updated 2013)



Median Male Resident Age in Sonoma City, California: 45.8
Median Female Resident Age in Sonoma City, California: 50.4


(updated 2013)



Median Age in the State of California is 35


(updated 2010)



Median Age By Sex in Sonoma City, California


White


Both sexes

52.3

Male

49.1

Female

54.5

Black or African American


Both sexes

50.0

Male

50.0

Female

51.0

American Indian and Alaska Native


Both sexes

39.0

Male

40.5

Female

36.5

Asian


Both sexes

38.8

Male

36.3

Female

41.8

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander


Both sexes

55.5

Male

55.5

Female

55.5

Other


Both sexes

27.1

Male

27.2

Female

27.0

Two or More Races


Both sexes

25.8

Male

25.8

Female

25.5

Hispanic or Latino


Both sexes

28.1

Male

27.6

Female

29.0

White / Not Hispanic or Latino


Both sexes

53.9

Male

51.5

Female

55.8


(updated 2010)



Races in Sonoma City, California


  • White: 8,858
  • African American: 34
  • American Indian: 84
  • Asian: 299
  • Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander: 0
  • Some Other Race: 439
  • Two or More Races: 156



(updated 2013)













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Education Analysis

The amount of education a person receives can deeply affect their lives. The amount of education Sonoma City, California citizens receive, averaged as group, may also affect the community.

Education Level of Population 25 Years and Over in Sonoma City, California

Male


  • No Schooling Completed: 13   (0.44%)
  • Nursery To 4th Grade: 8   (0.27%)
  • 5th And 6th Grade: 16   (0.54%)
  • 7th And 8th Grade: 9   (0.3%)
  • 9th Grade: 30   (1.01%)
  • 10th Grade: 49   (1.65%)
  • 11th Grade: 31   (1.04%)
  • 12th Grade, No Diploma: 80   (2.69%)
  • High School Graduate (includes Equivalency): 453   (15.23%)
  • Some College, Less Than 1 Year: 173   (5.82%)
  • Some College, 1 Or More Years, No Degree: 604   (20.3%)
  • Associate Degree: 206   (6.92%)
  • Bachelor's Degree: 787   (26.45%)
  • Master's Degree: 309   (10.39%)
  • Professional School Degree: 96   (3.23%)
  • Doctorate Degree: 111   (3.73%)

Female


  • No Schooling Completed: 24   (0.61%)
  • Nursery To 4th Grade: 18   (0.46%)
  • 5th And 6th Grade: 30   (0.76%)
  • 7th And 8th Grade: 45   (1.14%)
  • 9th Grade: 29   (0.73%)
  • 10th Grade: 47   (1.19%)
  • 11th Grade: 37   (0.94%)
  • 12th Grade, No Diploma: 107   (2.71%)
  • High School Graduate (includes Equivalency): 864   (21.9%)
  • Some College, Less Than 1 Year: 358   (9.07%)
  • Some College, 1 Or More Years, No Degree: 703   (17.82%)
  • Associate Degree: 303   (7.68%)
  • Bachelor's Degree: 1,024   (25.95%)
  • Master's Degree: 260   (6.59%)
  • Professional School Degree: 73   (1.85%)
  • Doctorate Degree: 24   (0.61%)


(updated 2010)





Largest School Agency's In Sonoma City, California

  • Sonoma Valley Unified


    ( Grades: KG-12, Location: 17850 Railroad Ave., Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 935-6000, Students: 4,914 )

Largest Elementary & Middle Schools (Public) In Sonoma City, California

  • Altimira Middle


    ( Grades: KG-8, Location: 17805 Arnold Dr., Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 935-6020, Students: 538 )

  • Prestwood Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-5, Location: 343 East Macarthur St., Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 935-6030, Students: 472 )

  • Adele Harrison Middle


    ( Grades: 6-8, Location: 1150 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 935-6080, Students: 447 )

  • Sassarini Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-5, Location: 652 5th St. West, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 935-6040, Students: 427 )

  • El Verano Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-5, Location: 18606 Riverside Dr., Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 935-6050, Students: 422 )

  • Flowery Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-5, Location: 17600 Sonoma Hwy., Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 935-6060, Students: 371 )

  • Sonoma Charter


    ( Grades: KG-8, Location: 17202 Sonoma Hwy., Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 935-4232, Students: 227 )

  • Woodland Star Charter


    ( Grades: KG-8, Location: 17811 Arnold Dr., Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 996-3849, Students: 178 )

  • Gateway Middle


    ( Grades: 7-10, Location: 17866 Railroad Ave., Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 935-4264, Students: 17 )

  • Gateway High


    ( Location: 721 W. Napa St., Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 935-4264, )

Largest High Schools (Public) In Sonoma City, California

  • Sonoma Valley High


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: 20000 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 933-4010, Students: 1,541 )

  • Creekside High


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: 950 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 933-4046, Students: 63 )

Largest Schools (Private) In Sonoma City, California

  • The Presentation School


    ( Grades: K-8, Location: 276 E Napa Street, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 996-2496, Students: 162 )

  • New Song School


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: 18925 Lomita Avenue, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 935-3359, Students: 150 )

  • Hanna Boys Center School


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: Po Box 100, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 933-2561, Students: 96 )

  • Sonoma Valley Christian School


    ( Grades: K-6, Location: Po Box 731, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 996-1853, Students: 37 )

  • Sonoma Valley Academy


    ( Grades: 5-12, Location: 276 E Napa Street, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 996-2881, Students: 23 )

  • Crescent Montessori School


    ( Grades: K-2, Location: 276 E Napa Street, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 996-2456, Students: 12 )

  • Solo Quest Learning Center


    ( Grades: 8-12, Location: 414 W Napa Street, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 939-1133, Students: 10 )

  • Montessori School Of Sonoma


    ( Grades: K-K, Location: Po Box 760 19675 8th Street E, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 996-2422, Students: 9 )

  • Old Adobe School


    ( Grades: K-K, Location: 252 W Spain Street, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 938-4510, Students: 1 )

  • St Francis Solano School


    ( Grades: .-., Location: 342 West Napa Street, Sonoma, CA 95476, Phone: (707) 996-4994, )

Public Libraries (Branch) In Sonoma City, California

  • Sonoma Valley Regional Library


    755 West Napa Street, Sonoma, CA 95476

(updated 2012)



Museums Near Sonoma City, California


  • Sonoma State Historic Park


    363 3rd St W, Sonoma, CA 95476
    http://parks.ca.gov

  • Sonoma State Historic Park Association


    20 East Spain Street, Sonoma, CA 95476

  • Sonoma Valley Historical Society Inc


    Po Box 861, Sonoma, CA 95476

  • Sonoma Valley Museum Of Art


    Po Box 322, Sonoma, CA 95476

  • Sonoma Veterans Memorial Park Association Inc


    Po Box 153, Sonoma, CA 95476

(updated 2014)



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Geography Analysis

The actual land features relating to Sonoma City, California affect how people live their lives. Natural features such as oceans, mountains, lakes, plains, and deserts all make a difference in the lives of individuals. The types of housing, heating fuels, and transportation infrastructure are largely influenced by the geography of Sonoma City, California.

Area Features of Sonoma City, California


Airport


(1) Sonoma Skypark   (2) Sonoma Valley Airport  

Bridge


(1) Nathanson Creek Bridge  

Building


(1) Adam Adler House   (2) Ames Chapel Historical   (3) Bates House   (4) Batto Building   (5) Camille Aguillon Building   (6) Carnegie Building   (7) Casita Adobe   (8) Clewe House   (9) Cook-hope House   (10) Depot Park Museum   (11) Duhring House   (12) El Paseo De Sonoma   (13) General Joseph Hooker House   (14) H H Granice House   (15) Julius Poppe House   (16) La Haye Building   (17) La Torres House   (18) Lachryma Montis   (19) Leese Fitch Adobe   (20) Nash-patton Adobe   (21) Parmelee Building   (22) Pinni House   (23) Ray-adler Adobe   (24) Ruggles Building   (25) Salvador Vallejo Adobe   (26) Schell - Vista Fire Protection District Station 1 Headquarters   (27) Schell Vista Fire Protection District Station 2   (28) Sebastiani Theatre   (29) Solomon Schocken House   (30) Sonoma City Hall   (31) Sonoma House   (32) Sonoma Police Department   (33) Sonoma Valley Branch Sonoma County Library   (34) Sonoma Valley Fire And Rescue Authority Station 1 Headquarters   (35) Sonoma Valley Fire And Rescue Authority Station 2   (36) Sonoma Valley Veterans War Memorial Building   (37) The Barracks   (38) Victorian Court   (39) Weyl Hall   (40) Winkle House  

Cemetery


(1) Mountain Cemetery   (2) Saint Francis Solano Catholic Cemetery   (3) Valley Cemetery  

Census


(1) Temelec Census Designated Place  

Church


(1) First Baptist Church   (2) First Congregational Church Of Sonoma   (3) Grace Reformed Church   (4) Memorial Methodist Church Historical   (5) Mission San Francisco Solano   (6) Saint Francis Solano Roman Catholic Church   (7) Sonoma Mission   (8) Trinity Episcopal Church  

Civil


(1) City Of Sonoma   (2) Huichica   (3) Lac   (4) Pueblo Lands Of Sonoma   (5) Sonoma Division  

Dam


(1) Scotts Canyon 417 Dam  

Falls


(1) Haraszthy Falls  

Gut


(1) Bush Slough   (2) North Branch   (3) Railroad Slough   (4) Steamboat Slough  

Hospital


(1) Sonoma Valley Hospital  

Lake


(1) Goose Lake   (2) Gravelly Lake   (3) Lee Lake  

Locale


(1) Bartholomew Park Winery   (2) Buena Vista Wine Cellars   (3) Camp One   (4) Camp Three   (5) Camp Two   (6) Castagnasso Farm   (7) Cline Cellars Winery   (8) Gloria Ferrer Winery   (9) Gundlach-bundschu Winery   (10) Haywood Winery   (11) Homewood Winery   (12) Los Arroyos Golf Course   (13) Mission San Francisco Solano Vineyard   (14) Ravenswood Winery   (15) Roche Winery   (16) Sebastiani Vineyards   (17) Sonoma Creek Winery   (18) Sonoma Valley Club   (19) Valley Mart Shopping Center   (20) Viansa Winery  

Mine


(1) Fairville Quarry  

Park


(1) Arnold Field   (2) Depot Park   (3) Eraldi Park   (4) Hughes Park   (5) Maxwell Farms Regional Park   (6) Olsen Park   (7) Sonoma Plaza   (8) Sonoma State Historic Park   (9) Tetter Field   (10) Vallejo Home State Historical Monument  

Populated Place


(1) Batto   (2) Big Bend   (3) Bonilla   (4) Buena Vista   (5) De Anza Moon Valley Mobile Home Park   (6) Embarcadero   (7) Fairville   (8) Four Corners   (9) Mcgill   (10) Park Creek Village Mobile Home Park   (11) Pueblo Serena Mobile Home Park   (12) Rancho Ramon Mobile Home Park   (13) Schellville   (14) Shellville Colony   (15) Sonoma   (16) Temelec   (17) Verano   (18) Vineburg   (19) Wingo  

Post Office


(1) Sonoma Post Office   (2) Vinebury Post Office  

School


(1) Adele Harrison Middle School   (2) Creekside High School   (3) Montessori School Of Sonoma   (4) Prestwood Elementary School   (5) Saint Francis Solano School   (6) Sassarini Elementary School   (7) Sonoma Grammar School Historical   (8) Sonoma Valley Academy   (9) Sonoma Valley Christian School   (10) Sonoma Valley High School   (11) The Presentation Catholic School   (12) Tule Vista School  

Stream


(1) Arroyo Seco   (2) Carriger Creek   (3) Champlin Creek   (4) Dowdall Creek   (5) Felder Creek   (6) Fowler Creek   (7) Haraszthy Creek   (8) Lewis Creek   (9) Nathanson Creek   (10) Rodgers Creek   (11) Schell Creek   (12) Schell Slough  

Summit


(1) Arrowhead Mountain   (2) Schocken Hill   (3) Wildcat Mountain  

Valley


(1) Lovall Valley   (2) Pansey Valley   (3) Sonoma Valley  


(updated 2014)



Zip Codes in Sonoma City, California

95476 (pop. 34,310)


Cities Nearby Sonoma City, California

Sonoma Ccd, CA  (pop. 39,840) 1.5 Miles
El Verano Cdp, CA  (pop. 3,676) 1.7 Miles
Boyes Hot Springs Cdp, CA  (pop. 6,046) 2.1 Miles
Temelec Cdp, CA  (pop. 1,360) 2.6 Miles
Fetters Hot Springs-agua Caliente Cdp, CA  (pop. 1,784) 2.7 Miles
Eldridge Cdp, CA  (pop. 1,352) 4.7 Miles
Glen Ellen Cdp, CA  (pop. 990) 6.5 Miles
Napa City, CA  (pop. 78,352) 8.7 Miles
Napa Ccd, CA  (pop. 109,933) 9.0 Miles
Yountville Town, CA  (pop. 2,916) 9.5 Miles



Area Code(s) in Sonoma City, California

707



Elevation in Sonoma City, California is 95.0 ft. (29.0 meters)





Latitude/Longitude of Sonoma City, California

Lat: 38.288771 N        Long: -122.458884 W



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Economic Analysis

People and the communities they live in depend on money. The people of Sonoma City, California need food, shelter, clothing, and medical care. Business formation and job creation are essential to this community. Money sustains infrastructure such as roads and airports as well as human resources including fire rescue and police protection.

Energy Costs In California

    Residential
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Commercial
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Industrial
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Other
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Transportation
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Total
(cents per
kilowatthour)
1990              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 9.98 9.46 7.28 4.53 0.00 8.84
  Total Electric Industry 9.98 9.46 7.28 4.53 0.00 8.84
1991              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 10.79 10.04 7.58 5.05 0.00 9.42
  Total Electric Industry 10.79 10.04 7.58 5.05 0.00 9.42
1992              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.07 10.33 7.59 5.54 0.00 9.66
  Total Electric Industry 11.07 10.33 7.59 5.54 0.00 9.66
1993              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.30 10.46 7.33 5.05 0.00 9.69
  Total Electric Industry 11.30 10.46 7.33 5.05 0.00 9.69
1994              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.43 10.90 7.09 5.00 0.00 9.78
  Total Electric Industry 11.43 10.90 7.09 5.00 0.00 9.78
1995              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.61 10.49 7.37 6.73 0.00 9.91
  Total Electric Industry 11.61 10.49 7.37 6.73 0.00 9.91
1996              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.33 9.83 6.97 6.45 0.00 9.48
  Total Electric Industry 11.33 9.83 6.97 6.45 0.00 9.48
1997              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.50 9.98 6.95 7.50 0.00 9.54
  Total Electric Industry 11.50 9.98 6.95 7.50 0.00 9.54
1998              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 10.60 9.66 6.59 5.06 0.00 9.03
  Total Electric Industry 10.60 9.66 6.59 5.06 0.00 9.03
1999              
  Energy-Only Providers 4.10 3.65 3.00 3.28 0.00 3.28
  Full-Service Providers 10.71 10.05 7.16 4.16 0.00 9.34
  Total Electric Industry 10.64 9.44 6.27 4.15 0.00 8.75
2000              
  Energy-Only Providers 13.64 7.82 6.78 9.36 0.00 7.63
  Full-Service Providers 10.85 10.55 7.22 4.79 0.00 9.66
  Total Electric Industry 10.89 10.25 7.14 4.87 0.00 9.47
2001              
  Delivery-Only Service 0.48 1.35 2.08 2.09 0.00 1.67
  Energy-Only Providers 13.21 8.02 7.49 10.78 0.00 8.21
  Full-Service Providers 12.08 12.41 9.54 8.47 0.00 11.41
  Total Electric Industry 12.09 12.15 9.23 8.48 0.00 11.22
2002              
  Delivery-Only Service 5.80 3.57 2.17 5.73 0.00 2.95
  Energy-Only Providers 8.12 6.00 6.18 17.16 0.00 6.14
  Full-Service Providers 12.63 13.84 10.23 6.53 0.00 12.52
  Total Electric Industry 12.64 13.36 9.81 6.60 0.00 12.19
2003              
  Delivery-Only Service 5.43 3.90 2.72 0.00 0.47 3.33
  Energy-Only Providers 7.41 5.76 6.18 0.00 3.47 5.94
  Full-Service Providers 12.23 12.83 9.79 0.00 7.38 12.05
  Total Electric Industry 12.23 12.48 9.59 0.00 5.80 11.78
2004              
  Delivery-Only Service 5.66 4.31 3.14 0.00 0.50 3.72
  Energy-Only Providers 6.88 5.90 5.95 0.00 3.59 5.90
  Full-Service Providers 12.20 11.81 9.33 0.00 8.03 11.53
  Total Electric Industry 12.20 11.64 9.27 0.00 6.42 11.35
2005              
  Delivery-Only Service 7.42 4.62 3.48 0.00 0.50 4.07
  Energy-Only Providers 9.52 6.83 6.68 0.00 3.95 6.75
  Full-Service Providers 12.49 11.97 9.39 0.00 8.11 11.71
  Total Electric Industry 12.51 11.92 9.55 0.00 6.55 11.63
2006              
  Delivery-Only Service 7.79 4.92 3.54 0.00 0.55 4.27
  Energy-Only Providers 10.57 7.66 7.17 0.00 3.82 7.41
  Full-Service Providers 14.32 12.93 9.95 0.00 7.66 12.92
  Total Electric Industry 14.33 12.90 10.09 0.00 6.29 12.82

(updated 2006)



Time Leaving to Work in Sonoma City, California

12:00 A.M. TO 4:59 A.M.   : 128   (3.2%)
5:00 A.M. TO 5:29 A.M.   : 108   (2.7%)
5:30 A.M. TO 5:59 A.M.   : 200   (5.1%)
6:00 A.M. TO 6:29 A.M.   : 364   (9.2%)
6:30 A.M. TO 6:59 A.M.   : 215   (5.4%)
7:00 A.M. TO 7:29 A.M.   : 489   (12.4%)
7:30 A.M. TO 7:59 A.M.   : 450   (11.4%)
8:00 A.M. TO 8:29 A.M.   : 517   (13.1%)
8:30 A.M. TO 8:59 A.M.   : 378   (9.6%)
9:00 A.M. TO 9:59 A.M.   : 395   (10.0%)
10:00 A.M. TO 10:59 A.M.   : 235   (5.9%)
11:00 A.M. TO 11:59 A.M.   : 65   (1.6%)
12:00 P.M. TO 3:59 P.M.   : 253   (6.4%)
4:00 P.M. TO 11:59 P.M.   : 160   (4.0%)


(updated 2010)



Means Of Transportation
(Sonoma City, California)

Car, truck, or van:

Drove alone : 3,241

Carpooled:

In 2-person carpool : 239

In 3-person carpool : 62

In 4-person carpool : 17

In 5- or 6-person carpool : 0

In 7-or-more-person carpool : 0

Public transportation (excluding taxicab):

Bus or trolley bus : 35

Streetcar or trolley car (carro publico in Puerto Rico) : 0

Subway or elevated : 0

Railroad : 0

Ferryboat : 14

Taxicab : 0

Motorcycle : 37

Bicycle : 83

Walked : 346

Other means : 9

Worked at home : 501


(updated 2009)



Travel Time To Work
(Sonoma City, California)

Less than 5 minutes : 465

5 to 9 minutes : 638

10 to 14 minutes : 667

15 to 19 minutes : 232

20 to 24 minutes : 332

25 to 29 minutes : 192

30 to 34 minutes : 550

35 to 39 minutes : 89

40 to 44 minutes : 84

45 to 59 minutes : 255

60 to 89 minutes : 433

90 or more minutes : 146


(updated 2009)



Social Security Income In The Past 12 Months For Households
(Sonoma City, California)

With Social Security income : 1,702

No Social Security income : 2,823


(updated 2009)



Retirement Income In The Past 12 Months For Households
(Sonoma City, California)

With retirement income : 1,005

No retirement income : 3,520


(updated 2009)



Family Income (Annual)
(Sonoma City, California)

Less than $10,000 : 12

$10,000 to $14,999 : 44

$15,000 to $19,999 : 9

$20,000 to $24,999 : 77

$25,000 to $29,999 : 73

$30,000 to $34,999 : 43

$35,000 to $39,999 : 55

$40,000 to $44,999 : 67

$45,000 to $49,999 : 120

$50,000 to $59,999 : 154

$60,000 to $74,999 : 116

$75,000 to $99,999 : 365

$100,000 to $124,999 : 470

$125,000 to $149,999 : 214

$150,000 to $199,999 : 203

$200,000 or more : 382


(updated 2009)



Median Family Income (Annual)
(Sonoma City, California)

Median family income in the past 12 months (in 2009 inflation-adjusted dollars) : $103,490


(updated 2009)



AM Radio Stations Near Sonoma City, California

  • KDYA (1190 AM; 1.0 kW; Vallejo, CA; Owner: Baybridge Communications, L.l.c.)
  • KDYA (1190 AM; 3.5 kW; Vallejo, CA; Owner: Baybridge Communications, L.l.c.)
  • KSRO (1350 AM; 5.0 kW; Santa Rosa, CA; Owner: Maverick Media Of Santa Rosa License Llc)
  • KVON (1440 AM; 5.0 kW; Napa, CA; Owner: Wine Country Broadcasting Company)
  • KRRS (1460 AM; 1.0 kW; Santa Rosa, CA; Owner: Moon Broadcasting Licensee Llc)
  • KTOB (1490 AM; 1.0 kW; Petaluma, CA; Owner: Moon Broadcasting Licensee Llc)
  • KDIA (1640 AM; 1.0 kW; Vallejo, CA; Owner: Baybridge Communications, L.l.c.)
  • KDIA (1640 AM; 10.0 kW; Vallejo, CA; Owner: Baybridge Communications, L.l.c.)
  • KDIA (1640 AM; 10.0 kW; Albany, CA; Owner: Baybridge Communications, L.l.c.)
  • KCBS (740 AM; 50.0 kW; Novato, CA; Owner: Cbs Radio East Inc.)
  • KTRB (860 AM; 50.0 kW; Napa, CA; Owner: Pappas Radio Of California, A California L. P.)
  • KNEW (910 AM; 5.0 kW; Albany, CA; Owner: Amfm Broadcasting Licenses, Llc)

FM Radio Stations Near Sonoma City, California

  • KZST (100.1 FM; Santa Rosa, CA; Owner: Redwood Empire Stereocasters)
  • KVVZ (100.7 FM; San Rafael, CA; Owner: Univision Radio License Corporation)
  • KSXY (100.9 FM; Calistoga, CA; Owner: Sinclair Telecable, Inc. D/b/a Sinclair Communications)
  • KXFX (101.7 FM; Santa Rosa, CA; Owner: Maverick Media Of Santa Rosa License Llc)
  • KJOR (104.1 FM; Forestville, CA; Owner: Lazer Licenses, Llc)
  • KMHX (104.9 FM; Cotati, CA; Owner: Maverick Media Of Santa)
  • KECG (88.1 FM; Albany, CA; Owner: El Cerrito High School)
  • KSRH (88.1 FM; San Rafael, CA; Owner: San Rafael High School)
  • KBBF (89.1 FM; Calistoga, CA; Owner: Bilingual Broadcasting Foundation, Inc.)
  • NEW (89.3 FM; Benicia, CA; Owner: Centro De Intercesion Y Adoracion Internacional, Inc.)
  • NEW (89.3 FM; Inverness, CA; Owner: Colina Alta Ministries, Inc.)
  • NEW (89.3 FM; Woodacre, CA; Owner: Multisensory Interactive Learning Institute (mili))
  • NEW (89.5 FM; Vallejo, CA; Owner: 5. Centro Cristiano De Fe, Inc)
  • NEW (89.5 FM; Napa, CA; Owner: Calvary Chapel Of Twin Falls, Inc.)
  • NEW (89.5 FM; American Canyon, CA; Owner: Centro Cristiano Sion)
  • NEW (89.5 FM; Napa, CA; Owner: One Ministries, Inc.)
  • NEW (89.5 FM; Vallejo, CA; Owner: Ozcat Entertainment)
  • KNDL (89.9 FM; Calistoga, CA; Owner: Howell Mountain Broadcasting Company)
  • KVHS (90.5 FM; Concord, CA; Owner: Clayton Valley High School)
  • KWMR (90.5 FM; Inverness, CA; Owner: Kwmr Inc)
  • KSVY (91.3 FM; Sonoma, CA; Owner: Commonbond Foundation)
  • NEW (91.3 FM; Inverness, CA; Owner: Colina Alta Ministries, Inc.)
  • KLVR (91.9 FM; Calistoga, CA; Owner: Educational Media Foundation)
  • KJZY (93.7 FM; Santa Rosa, CA; Owner: Redwood Empire Stereocasters)
  • KUIC (95.3 FM; Vacaville, CA; Owner: Kuic, Inc.)
  • KVYN (99.3 FM; Yountville, CA; Owner: Wine Country Broadcasting Company)

TV Broadcast Stations Near Sonoma City, California

  • KRCB (Channel 22; Eldridge, CA; Owner: Rural California Broadcasting Corp.)
  • KFTY (Channel 50; Calistoga, CA; Owner: Newport Television Llc)
  • KTLN-TV (Channel 68; Novato, CA; Owner: Christian Communications Chicagoland)

(updated 2008)



Occupations in Sonoma City, California

Male:


  • Management, Professional, And Related Occupations: 930  (42.0%)
  • Service Occupations: 306  (13.8%)
  • Sales And Office Occupations: 431  (19.5%)
  • Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations 13  (0.6%)
  • Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations: 321  (14.5%)

Female:


  • Management, Professional, And Related Occupations: 1,065  (50.6%)
  • Service Occupations: 262  (12.4%)
  • Sales And Office Occupations: 724  (34.4%)
  • Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations 0  (0.0%)
  • Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations: 10  (0.5%)


(updated 2010)





There are 292 Farms In Sonoma City, California


(updated 2008)



Banks In Sonoma City, California

Westamerica Bank - 2 Branches


    Bank Assets: $9.7m
    Industry Specialization: All Other > $1 Billion
    Total Offices: 92

Bank Of The West - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $69.1m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 603

Wells Fargo Bank, National Association - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $1.4b
    Industry Specialization: All Other > $1 Billion
    Total Offices: 6,310

Jpmorgan Chase Bank, National Association - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $2b
    Industry Specialization: International
    Total Offices: 5,679

Bank Of America, National Association - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $1.4b
    Industry Specialization: All Other > $1 Billion
    Total Offices: 5,094

U.s. Bank National Association - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $384.1m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 3,238

Citibank, National Association - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $1.3b
    Industry Specialization: International
    Total Offices: 958

Bank Of Marin - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $1.8m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 22

Rabobank, National Association - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $14.3m
    Industry Specialization: Agricultural
    Total Offices: 121

Union Bank, National Association - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $108.2m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 415

(updated 2014)







Airports Near Sonoma City, California

  • Petaluma Municipal


    (about 8.2 miles in Petaluma, California; Airport Code: UXK)

  • Napa County


    (about 11.1 miles in American Canyon, California; Airport Code: APC)

  • Gnoss Field


    (about 11.3 miles in Novato, California; Airport Code: NOT)

  • Hamilton AFB


    (about 15.4 miles in Novato, California; Airport Code: SRF)

  • Virgil O Parrett Field


    (about 20.1 miles in Angwin, California; Airport Code: JZX)

  • Angwin-Parrett Field


    (about 20.2 miles in Angwin, California; Airport Code: JZX)

  • Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County


    (about 24.4 miles in Windsor, California; Airport Code: STS)

  • Marin County Heliport


    (about 28.5 miles in Sausalito, California; Airport Code: JMC)

  • Travis AFB


    (about 28.9 miles in Fairfield, California; Airport Code: SUU)

  • Buchanan Field


    (about 30.2 miles in Concord, California; Airport Code: CCR)


(updated 2015)



Modes of Transportation in Sonoma City, California

Car, Truck, Or Van:

 

Drove Alone

77.45%

Carpooled

5.91%

Public Transportation:

 

Bus Or Trolley Bus

1.64%

Streetcar Or Trolley Car

0.0%

Subway Or Elevated

0.43%

Railroad

0.0%

Ferryboat

0.43%

Taxicab

0.0%

Motorcycle

0.24%

Bicycle

0.98%

Walked

7.17%

Other Means

0.0%

Worked At Home

5.76%



(updated 2010)





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Housing Analysis

Everyone needs shelter in rented housing or individually owned homes. Each community, including Sonoma City, California, is different from the rest based on overall architecture, appearance, occupancy, average housing square footage, average home value, and average home age.





(updated 2010)



Household Type
(Sonoma City, California)

Family households:

Married-couple family : 1,973

Other family:

Male householder, no wife present : 117

Female householder, no husband present : 314

Nonfamily households:

Householder living alone : 1,860

Householder not living alone : 261


(updated 2009)



Unmarried-Partner Households By Sex Of Partner
(Sonoma City, California)

Unmarried-partner households:

Male householder and male partner : 14

Male householder and female partner : 79

Female householder and female partner : 0

Female householder and male partner : 62

All other households : 4,370


(updated 2009)



Household Type By Tenure
(Sonoma City, California)

Family households:

Married-couple family:

Owner-occupied housing units : 1,544

Renter-occupied housing units : 429

Other family:

Male householder, no wife present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 33

Renter-occupied housing units : 84

Female householder, no husband present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 216

Renter-occupied housing units : 98

Nonfamily households:

Owner-occupied housing units : 1,054

Renter-occupied housing units : 1,067


(updated 2009)



Household Income (Annual)
(Sonoma City, California)

Less than $10,000 : 234

$10,000 to $14,999 : 223

$15,000 to $19,999 : 241

$20,000 to $24,999 : 201

$25,000 to $29,999 : 183

$30,000 to $34,999 : 420

$35,000 to $39,999 : 165

$40,000 to $44,999 : 146

$45,000 to $49,999 : 161

$50,000 to $59,999 : 276

$60,000 to $74,999 : 284

$75,000 to $99,999 : 548

$100,000 to $124,999 : 483

$125,000 to $149,999 : 300

$150,000 to $199,999 : 224

$200,000 or more : 436


(updated 2009)



Housing Units
(Sonoma City, California)

Total : 4,987


(updated 2009)



Occupancy Status
(Sonoma City, California)

Occupied : 4,525

Vacant : 462


(updated 2009)



Median Number Of Rooms
(Sonoma City, California)

Median number of rooms : 5


(updated 2009)



Year Structure Built
(Sonoma City, California)

Built 2005 or later : 188

Built 2000 to 2004 : 452

Built 1990 to 1999 : 882

Built 1980 to 1989 : 812

Built 1970 to 1979 : 946

Built 1960 to 1969 : 811

Built 1950 to 1959 : 481

Built 1940 to 1949 : 96

Built 1939 or earlier : 319


(updated 2009)



House Heating Fuel
(Sonoma City, California)

Utility gas : 3,542

Bottled, tank, or LP gas : 44

Electricity : 867

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. : 0

Coal or coke : 0

Wood : 58

Solar energy : 0

Other fuel : 0

No fuel used : 14


(updated 2009)



House Value
(Sonoma City, California)

Less than $10,000 : 27

$10,000 to $14,999 : 16

$15,000 to $19,999 : 0

$20,000 to $24,999 : 41

$25,000 to $29,999 : 9

$30,000 to $34,999 : 17

$35,000 to $39,999 : 29

$40,000 to $49,999 : 40

$50,000 to $59,999 : 49

$60,000 to $69,999 : 35

$70,000 to $79,999 : 12

$80,000 to $89,999 : 25

$90,000 to $99,999 : 43

$100,000 to $124,999 : 93

$125,000 to $149,999 : 0

$150,000 to $174,999 : 9

$175,000 to $199,999 : 14

$200,000 to $249,999 : 56

$250,000 to $299,999 : 58

$300,000 to $399,999 : 142

$400,000 to $499,999 : 202

$500,000 to $749,999 : 902

$750,000 to $999,999 : 591

$1,000,000 or more : 437


(updated 2009)



Mortgage Status
(Sonoma City, California)

Housing units with a mortgage, contract to purchase, or similar debt:

With either a second mortgage or home equity loan, but not both:

Second mortgage only : 192

Home equity loan only : 445

Both second mortgage and home equity loan : 27

No second mortgage and no home equity loan : 1,189

Housing units without a mortgage : 994


(updated 2009)



Median Value By Year Structure Built
(Sonoma City, California)

Built 2005 or later : $375,000

Built 2000 to 2004 : $808,500

Built 1990 to 1999 : $781,100

Built 1980 to 1989 : $540,100

Built 1970 to 1979 : $525,900

Built 1960 to 1969 : $450,000

Built 1950 to 1959 : $762,600

Built 1940 to 1949 : $593,800

Built 1939 or earlier : $930,900


(updated 2009)







Percentage of Family Households in Sonoma City, California: 54.3%

Percentage of Family Households in California: 68.7%


(updated 2010)



Population in Group Quarters in Sonoma City, California

Institutionalized population


  • Nursing facilities/Skilled-nursing facilities : 79.32%
  • Other institutional facilities : 16.03%

Noninstitutionalized population


  • Other noninstitutional facilities : 4.64%


(updated 2010)







Building Permits in Sonoma City, California

* Units are useful in showing how many separate living spaces
were built. e.g. apartments, townhomes, condos, etc.

    Buildings Units Cost
1999        
  Single Family 64 64 $14,688,106
  Two Family 5 10 $1,543,623
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 1 6 $421,705
  Total

70 80 $16,653,434
2000        
  Single Family 47 47 $10,320,973
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 1 18 $796,508
  Total

48 65 $11,117,481
2001        
  Single Family 43 43 $7,561,298
  Two Family 4 8 $973,138
  Three and Four Family 2 8 $607,910
  Five or More Family 4 29 $2,742,573
  Total

53 88 $11,884,919
2002        
  Single Family 62 62 $15,361,636
  Two Family 6 12 $1,590,825
  Three and Four Family 1 4 $406,789
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

69 78 $17,359,250
2003        
  Single Family 126 126 $33,399,532
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 5 16 $1,530,525
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

131 142 $34,930,057
2004        
  Single Family 46 46 $10,448,118
  Two Family 4 8 $1,060,587
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 6 125 $12,147,859
  Total

56 179 $23,656,564
2005        
  Single Family 68 68 $16,387,404
  Two Family 3 6 $934,847
  Three and Four Family 1 4 $184,723
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

72 78 $17,506,974
2006        
  Single Family 45 45 $8,278,822
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

45 45 $8,278,822


(updated 2007)



Median Household Income In 2000 (Sonoma City, CA): $50,505
Median Household Income In 2000 (California): $47,493


(updated 2010)



Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (Sonoma City): $305,100
Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (California): $198,900


(updated 2010)



Median Gross Rent in 2000 (Sonoma City): $959
Median Gross Rent in 2000 (California): $747


(updated 2010)



Most Commonly Used Heating Fuel in Sonoma City, California

Utility Gas: 82.5%
Bottled, Tank, Or Lp Gas: 0.8%
Electricity: 15.1%
Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Etc.: 0.0%
Coal Or Coke: 0.0%
Wood: 0.5%
Solar Energy: 0.0%
Other Fuel: 1.0%
No Fuel Used: 0.0%


(updated 2010)





(updated 2010)





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Government Analysis

People run the government through election of representatives and officials. Local governments are important to provide cohesion between individuals who must share public places. Worthwhile laws need to be debated, passed, and then enforced for a community to remain viable. Communities such as Sonoma City, California are often affected in positive and negative ways by government performance.



Health Care Centers Close To Sonoma City, California

Sonoma Valley Hosp H C Prgm


     Address: 1151 Broadway, Suite 101, Sonoma, California 95476
     Ownership: Government - State/county
     Certified Date: 2/27/1989

St. Joseph Home Care - Queen Of The Valley


     Address: 1100 Trancas St Ste 210, Napa, California 94558
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Religious Affiliations
     Certified Date: 9/4/1984

Kaiser Foundation Hospital Home Health - Novato


     Address: 7200 Redwood Boulevard, Suite 200, Novato, California 94945
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Private
     Certified Date: 1/1/1990

St. Joseph Home Care - Greater Sonoma County


     Address: 170 Professional Center Drive, Rohnert Park, California 94928
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Religious Affiliations
     Certified Date: 8/5/1994

St Helena Hospital Home Care Svcs-adventist Health


     Address: 27 Woodland Road, Saint Helena, California 94574
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Religious Affiliations
     Certified Date: 8/6/1970

Hospitals Close To Sonoma City, California

Sonoma Valley Hospital


     Address: 347 Andrieux St, Sonoma, California 95476
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Government - Hospital District Or Authority

Sonoma Development Center


     Address: P O Box 1493, Eldridge, California 95431
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Government - State

Queen Of The Valley


     Address: 1000 Trancas St, Napa, California 94558
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Church

N M Holderman Memorial Hospital


     Address: 260 California Dr, Yountville, California 94599
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Government - State

Petaluma Valley Hospital


     Address: 400 N Mcdowell Blvd, Petaluma, California 94954
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Other

Nursing Homes Close To Sonoma City, California

Beverly Livingcenter - London House Sonoma


     Address: 678 2nd Street West, Sonoma, California 95476
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 81
     Percent Occupied: 98%

Sonoma Healthcare Center


     Address: 1250 Broadway, Sonoma, California 95476
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 97
     Percent Occupied: 67%

Sonoma Valley Hospital Dp/snf


     Address: 347 Andrieux St, Sonoma, California 95476
     Ownership: Government - Hospital District
     Number of Residents: 17
     Percent Occupied: 63%

Beverly Livingcenter - Napa


     Address: 705 Trancas St., Napa, California 94558
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 110
     Percent Occupied: 92%

Napa Nursing Center, Inc.


     Address: 3275 Villa Lane, Napa, California 94558
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 127
     Percent Occupied: 98%



Closest Nuclear Power Plant To
Sonoma City, California

Name: General Electric
Address: 171 Curtner Avenue; San Jose, CA 95125
Distance: 75 Miles


(updated 2007)



Social Security Users in Sonoma City, California

    Retired Workers: 4,845
    Disabled Workers: 485
    Widowers Workers: 620
    Spouses Workers: 325
    Children Workers: 205


(updated 2007)



Sonoma County, California Presidential Election

  • Kerry & Edwards 67.18%
  • Bush & Cheney 30.90%
  • Other 1.92%



(updated 2004)



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Taxes Analysis

Using tax dollars, government officials keep public places in repair, protect citizens, and provide for important services for the benefit of Sonoma City, California citizens.

Relocation to Sonoma County, CA

4.71 % of Sonoma County tax filers migrated from different counties or other nations outside the United States between 2005 and 2006. Their adjusted gross income average was $58,194

California Average 5.75 %

0.05 % residents relocated from other nations. This group's adjusted gross income averaged $97,277

California Average 0.21 %

Lead counties where tax filers migrated to Sonoma County, CA (2005 / 2006) from a different county are as follows:

  • Marin County , CA 0.62 % ($77,230 AGI )
  • San Francisco County , CA 0.28 % ($78,403 AGI )
  • Alameda County , CA 0.20 % ($74,289 AGI )

Relocation away from Sonoma County, CA

5.73 % of Sonoma County tax filers migrated to different counties or other nations outside the United States between 2005 and 2006. This group's adjusted gross income averaged $50,252

California Average 6.27 %

0.06 % residents relocated to other nations. This group's adjusted gross income averaged $47,589

California Average 0.11 %

Lead counties where tax filers moved from Sonoma County, CA (2005 / 2006) to a different county are as follows:

  • Marin County , CA 0.43 % ($50,043 AGI )
  • San Francisco County , CA 0.29 % ($56,711 AGI )
  • Sacramento County , CA 0.24 % ($40,942 AGI )


(updated 2006)



Income Tax Rates in California

Low Bracket: $6,827 (1.00%)
High Bracket: $44,815 (9.30%)


(updated 2008)



Sales Tax Rates in California

7.25%


(updated 2008)



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Weather Analysis

The enjoyment of the area in which you live is often affected by the weather. Each individual has a different view on what weather patterns will make them most happy. Some people love the seasons, others enjoy warm temperatures throughout the year while others may love the snow. The weather provided for Sonoma City, California is based on over 50 years of data.

























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Crime Analysis

Everyone wants to feel safe. Individuals and families want to remain protected from violent or property crime. The crime data should not be totally relied upon when making a decision on where to live. If you are concerned, visit Sonoma City, California directly or research local government web sites.

Crime in Sonoma City, California

Type 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Murder 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0
    per 100,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0
Rape 3 1 0 2 1 7 2 5 2 3 1 0 3
    per 100,000 32 11 0 21 10 70 20 50 20 30 9 0 27
Robbery 2 5 2 6 2 5 6 6 5 1 0 3 11
    per 100,000 22 53 21 62 21 50 60 60 50 10 0 28 101
Assault 4 7 20 38 28 39 25 26 18 27 31 24 24
    per 100,000 43 74 212 395 287 391 250 262 181 268 288 221 220
Burglary 80 76 55 62 132 74 57 57 63 61 57 51 63
    per 100,000 860 803 582 644 1,355 742 571 574 633 606 529 470 577
Larceny Theft 224 252 315 267 238 201 182 196 148 159 157 142 139
    per 100,000 2,409 2,663 3,333 2,772 2,443 2,015 1,823 1,974 1,487 1,579 1,457 1,310 1,274
Vehicle Theft 7 7 19 31 17 15 13 9 17 5 7 0 10
    per 100,000 75 74 201 322 174 150 130 91 171 50 65 0 92
Arson 16 6 7 0 12 8 4 4 3 5 2 1 1
    per 100,000 172 63 74 0 123 80 40 40 30 50 19 9 9
CityMelt Violent Crime Index
U.S. Average = 40
2 3 6 12 8 13 8 9 6 8 8 7 10
CityMelt Property Crime Index
U.S. Average = 277
82 85 99 90 100 75 64 67 58 58 56 49 53
CityMelt Crime Index
U.S. Average = 158
42 44 52 51 54 44 36 38 32 33 32 28 31


(updated 2013)



Number of Sex Offenders In California

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
102,616 86,846 87,706 66,041 63,500 86,912 123,821 0 80,848 82,147


(updated 2014)



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