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The Springs Redevelopment Area

On February 1, 2012, the Sonoma County Redevelopment Agency was dissolved. For information about the successor agency please use this link:

Successor Agency

Information about the Redevelopment Agency, its Redevelopment Areas and any plans or projects listed on this and subsequent pages is for historical purposes. For all current information see the link to the Successor Agency above.

On November 27, 1984, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors approved the Redevelopment Plan for The Springs (formerly known as the Sonoma Valley) Redevelopment Project.

The Springs Redevelopment Project Area is located between Agua Caliente Rd. and the City/County line near Verano Avenue.  The Springs Redevelopment Area extends west along Boyes Boulevard to encompass residential neighborhoods between Greger Street and Railroad Avenue.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Springs Redevelopment Area

The Springs Redevelopment Plan

Five-year Implementation Plans

Highway 12 Design Guidelines PDF Icon For accessibility assistance with this document, please contact the Sonoma County Redevelopment Agency at (707) 565-7523.

Map of The Springs Redevelopment AreaPDF Icon For accessibility assistance with this document, please contact the Sonoma County Redevelopment Agency at (707) 565-7523.


Get current news and updates about the progress of the Highway 12 Project here.


The Sonoma Valley(currently known as the The Springs) Redevelopment Area Strategic Plan as adopted by the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors on March 20, 2007, is available here.


The Springs Redevelopment Advisory Committee

The Springs Project Task Groups

Commercial Rehabilitation Loan Program

The Board of Supervisors has approved the Commercial Rehabilitation Loan Program to advance the goals of the Strategic Plan to eliminate economic and physical blight on commercial properties in the Springs.  Business owners interested in sprucing up their storefronts or conducting a large building rehab are encouraged to apply for the program.

Springs Commercial Rehabilitation Loan Program GuidelinesPDF Icon

CRLP Loan Pre-ApplicationPDF Icon

Economic Development

Sonoma Valley Economic Development Partnership

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