If you are traveling overseas
- Check the latest COVID-19 Travel Alerts
- Follow the CDC’s Travelers’ Health guidance
- See Novel Coronavirus Information for tips how to limit your risk.
Frequently Asked Questions
STS is not an international airport and currently has not restricted any incoming or outgoing flights.
Yes. Sonoma County Transit cleans and sanitizes its buses each day. Personal protective equipment (e.g., face masks) are available to all drivers. Passengers are encouraged to use CDC personal hygiene guidelines, including through on-board signage. All paratransit buses have hand sanitizer dispensers on board.
The CDC maintains a list of Frequently Asked Questions about travel, including recommendations of countries to avoid non-essential travel, cruise ship travel, returning from travel, etc., at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/faqs.html
For the most updated travel advisories please visit:
The Airport will continue to work closely with local, state, and federal partners to track and monitor all alerts and information related to this Local Emergency and Local Public Health Emergency.
The Airport is taking daily precautions by conducting daily “point-of-touch” cleaning and installing additional hand sanitizer dispensers.
Airlines are in close contact with U.S. and international authorities, as well as public health officials, and continue to coordinate on all required health and safety related measures regarding the coronavirus. Airlines are monitoring the coronavirus situation closely and will make revisions as necessary.
For Airline specific information, travel restrictions and fee waivers, please visit:
Yes, but public transit can only be used to perform “essential activities,” to get to and from work to operate “essential businesses,” or to maintain “essential governmental functions,” as those terms are defined in the Order. People riding on public transport must practice social distancing. This means maintaining at least six (6) feet distance from one another, which is approximately two to three steps away.
Am I allowed to leave the areas covered by this Order in order to travel to/from a job outside the County? Does the Order allow me to leave the County?
Yes, but only to perform “essential activities,” operate or work in “essential businesses,” or to maintain “essential governmental functions,” as those terms are defined in the Order. Individuals engaged in any “essential travel” must comply with all Social Distancing Requirements as defined in the Order. Otherwise, all travel is prohibited..
Yes, but these services can only be used for “essential activities,” to get to and from work to operate “essential businesses,” or to provide “essential governmental functions,” which are defined in the Order. Keep in mind that being in close quarters in a vehicle that has been shared with many others should be avoided if possible.
Yes. The Order permits you to return home.
Is a tow truck part of the auto repair industry, such that it is also considered an Essential Business?
Yes, a tow truck business would be considered an essential business and is allowed to continue operating, similar to an auto repair shop and related facilities.
Yes, an auto body business would be considered an essential business and is allowed to continue operating, similar to an auto repair shop and related facilities.