The North Bay has added around 15,000 jobs in the past year, but job growth in the six-county region continues to hover around 2.5 percent as the number of people actively seeking jobs remains at very low levels, based on new state figures released Friday.

Sonoma County, with the largest population for the area, added the biggest share of the jobs — about 4,000 — followed by 3,700 in Marin, 3,100 in Solano, 2,400 in Napa and roughly 500 each in Mendocino and Lake counties, according to Employment Development Department figures for October. Industries leading the growth continue to be leisure and hospitality, educational and health services, and professional and business services.

While Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake counties experienced slight increases in joblessness, unemployment in Solano, Napa and Marin remained unchanged. The unemployment rate in Sonoma has been around 4 percent since September 2015 and has come in below 5 percent since March 2015. The rate in Marin has been at or below 4 percent since September 2014. In Napa, with the exception of November and December 2015, the rate has been below 5 percent since March 2015.

The October unadjusted unemployment rate was 5.3 percent for California and 4.7 percent for the nation.

The unemployment rate in Sonoma County was 3.9 percent last month, up from a revised 3.8 percent in September. The estimated rate the previous October was 4.2 percent. The county came in sixth for the lowest jobless rate in the state, preceded by Napa and Santa Clara in fourth place, San Francisco in third, Marin still in second and San Mateo at No. 1.

The number of Sonoma County nonfarm jobs was 203,800, up 2 percent. Farming employment for the month was down 600 for the year, off 9.1 percent.

Leading job-adding industries over the year were professional and business services, up 2,200, or 10.2 percent, to 23,700; retail-heavy trade, transportation and utilities, up 1,000, or 2.8 percent, to 36,800; and government, up 1,000, or 3.1 percent, to 33,400. Job-losing sectors over the year were leisure and hospitality, down 500, to 24,800, and educational and health services down 400, to 32,200.

Jackson Family Wines Oregon holdings

Zena Crown Vineyard (Eola-Amity Hills AVA): Includes Zena West, Zena Middle and Zena East. Purchased in spring 2013; 250 total acres; 115 currently planted.

Gran Moraine Vineyard (Yamhill-Carlton AVA): Purchased May 2013; 460 acres, 195 currently planted.

Gran Moraine Winery (Formerly Soléna Estate Winery, Yamhill-Carlton AVA): Purchased October 2013; tasting room opened in May 2014; 35-acre vineyard, boutique winemaking facility and tasting room.

Maple Grove Vineyard (Willamette Valley AVA): Purchased March 2013; 655 acres; 99 currently planted.

Evergreen: Purchased in January 2016; Future development of winery.