Area CHP officials will accept unwanted prescription drugs and ensure car seats are installed safely this weekend.
The free event will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the CHP's Rohnert Park office, 6100 LaBath Ave.
Local law enforcement agencies partner with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency each year to dispose of unwanted and potentially dangerous prescription drugs, and officials say an April event in Santa Rosa yielded 500 pounds of drugs.
The drug take-back is free and anonymous, the CHP said in a press release.
Officials will also check the installation of car seats at the Saturday event.
"Officers have found that in most cases, child safety seats are installed incorrectly," the CHP press release states.
Drive-up visitors will be welcome, but appointments are encouraged and will take first priority. Appointments for the car seat check can be made by calling 707-588-1400.
Children can also get free ID cards from New York Life, and the Petaluma-based Polly Klaas Foundation will be on hand to provide information on keeping kids safe from abduction.