Coalition Opposing New Gas Stations
The gas station proposal at 43 Middle Rincon Road on the east side of Santa Rosa along Route 12 is BACK IN ACTION in May 2023! 7-Eleven is trying to build a new gas station 600 feet from an elementary school, where there is a Chevron right across the street, and nine other gas stations already operating within a five-mile radius. To find out more about how you can help stop this project, email firstname.lastname@example.org
New Gas station prohibition news…
On Tuesday March 14, 2023, Sonoma County became the first county in the United States to prohibit the construction of new gasoline stations within its jurisdiction. (That is most of the land in Sonoma County)
Read the News Release
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In other news…
Congratulations to No Gas Here and others in Petaluma for defeating the Safeway Petaluma Gas proposal. Read all about it!
And THANK YOU Petaluma for being the first city in the U.S. to prohibit new gas stations! Read all about it!
Our mission is to stop the construction of new gas stations.
CONGAS stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and all who oppose racism and are fighting police brutality. Read more about the connection between gasoline use and social injustice here.
Below is a map of defeated and pending gas station proposals in Sonoma County:
Thanks to everyone who helped stop the gas station proposal at Highway 12 & Llano Road! Our June 18, 2020 action was covered in the Press Democrat and it was a big contributor to the developer’s decision to withdraw the proposal on July 2, 2020. We express gratitude to the developer for responding to the voice of the community. For archived documents related to this effort, please visit THIS PAGE created by our friends at Sebastopol Climate Action.
Please add your name and/or organization to our growing list of supporters by filling out THIS FORM.
Click HERE for a map of the gas station proposals we are opposing, or have defeated.
Please contact us to find out how you can help
There are currently three gas station proposals in Sonoma County. In the midst of a global climate crisis with local impacts already being felt, this is not a wise investment.
CONGAS meets online on a monthly basis. If you would like to attend a meeting, please email us.