Sonoma Visitor Services

Sonoma Valley has been welcoming visitors for many generations. From the days before California was a state to the present day, the area has attracted folks of all ages. Local residents will be happy to take the time to give directions, point the way, or help with questions. Feel free to ask!

Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau


The Visitor’s Bureau has two locations and bundles of helpful information. The main location is on the Plaza in a classic building that used to be the public library.

To order a Free Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau Guide, call the Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau at 866-996-1090.The second location is located on the Highway coming into town, at Cornerstone Gardens, and has staff and volunteers on hand to help with information needs.

Sonoma Valley Vintners Association

sonoma-valley-vintnersThe Sonoma Valley Vintners & Growers Alliance (SVVGA) comprises hundreds of member wineries and grape growers  who work together to promote awareness of the Sonoma Valley and its extraordinary wines and grapes, its incomparable climate, and its richly diverse terrain and terroir.

SVVGA Web Site

SVVGA Winery Map Download (pdf)

Heart of Sonoma Valley Winery Association

heart-of-sonoma-valley-mapThirty-four wineries located in the northern half of Sonoma Valley, in the Glen Ellen and Kenwood areas, are very active in organizing both educational and entertaining special events for visitors. Check out their Web site for upcoming events.
Heart of Sonoma Valley Web site

Bed & Breakfast Association of Sonoma Valley


If want to escape the world of corporate hotels, this is a good place to start. Twenty locally owned and operated B&B’s, Inns, and Vacation Rentals have banded together to promote their unique properties and travel style. Many of these proprietors can and will provide you the inside track on small wineries. Use the Web site availability calendar to quickly determine what’s available for your dates.

Sonoma Newspapers & Radio

sonoma-index-tribuneSonoma Valley’s main newspaper (since 1879) is The Sonoma Index Tribune published weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays. The Friday issue includes a real estate section and highlights upcoming weekend happenings. Newspapers can be found at vending machines in town and at locations around the valley. Visit the web site at

The Index Tribune also publishes a Sonoma Valley Guide and the yearly Sonoma Valley Almanac filled with information about the area. You can pick one up a free Guide or purchase the Almanac at the newspaper’s office right off the west side of the Plaza at 117 West Napa Street.

The Sonoma Sun is a weekly newspaper published on Thursdays in both English and Spanish.  Visit the Sonoma Sun’s web site at

For local radio shows and programs see the KSVY schedule at

Sonoma Valley Hospital

hospital_emergencySonoma Valley Hospital
347 Andrieux Street
Sonoma, CA 95476
Main Line: (707)-935-5000
Emergency Room: (707)-935-5100

To reach the hospital, from the Sonoma Plaza, go south on Broadway (the wide avenue facing City Hall in the center of the Plaza Park). Take your second right onto Andrieux Street. Sonoma Valley Hospital is four blocks down on the left. Emergency room entrance faces Andrieux Street.

Sonoma Valley Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of CommerceThe Sonoma Valley Chamber of Commerce has a membership of over 700 businesses and is ready to assist with information related to local business resources and advocacy. They are located at 651A Broadway and can be reached at 707-996-1033.

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