Sandra Maurer, Councilmember

Sandra Maurer, City Councilmember

Contact Details

Phone: 707-827-0109

Councilmember Sandra Maurer is a 34-year Sebastopol resident and founding director of the EMF Safety Network. She has been engaged with the Sebastopol City Council since 2007. She helped created public policy on reducing EMFs (electromagnetic fields and wireless radiation) in Sebastopol. Sandra worked at the California Public Utilities Commission with a legal team to obtain a smart meter opt-out for all Investor Owned Utility customers in California. She established two art businesses, one with national distribution. She obtained a $60K grant and contributed to several local projects including the downtown coyote mural, Plaza Occupy bench, Toolbox Project, Pomo Project, Land Paths, Shoes for Kidz, Farm to Pantry, and more. Sandra coordinated and worked on Walk and Roll to School projects whose efforts helped create infrastructure improvements and a Class 1 bike trail for children’s safety. Her activism and experience has given her the tools to best serve the community. 

Sandra Maurer is currently serving on the Zero Waste Committee, as liaison for the Climate Action Committee, as an alternate on Sonoma Clean Power, as primary liaison for both the Sebastopol Area Senior Center and the Laguna Stakeholders Committee, as alternate liaison for the Sebastopol Downtown Association and the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center, and on the Relaunch Committee.

Sandra has a BA in Art from Sonoma State University, is married, a mother, grandmother, artist, gardener, and she loves Sebastopol!  

Term Expires: December 2026