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Cloverdale offers a great location for those who wish to work and relax away from the rush of the big city! The City of Cloverdale is an attractive community surrounded by oak-studded rolling hills and offers incredible recreational opportunities with a small town ambiance. Cloverdale is framed by towering redwoods to the north and picturesque vineyards to the south. The City enjoys proximity to many major Northern California destinations while at the same time maintaining its autonomy in a lush, natural setting.
Cotati mixes all the benefits of living in a small city, with the cultural advantages of being located near major urban centers and a highly acclaimed state university. Cotati’s roots are steeped in agriculture and music, and citizens are proud of the diverse and charming community that has been shaped by over 100 years’ history. Cotati is home to a very clean light industrial area and is proud of its mixed-use development and “Green Building” program. There are a variety of events and celebrations that take place throughout the year that are sure to please. The annual Kids’ Day Parade and Festival, the Cotati Accordion Festival, our wonderful summertime Farmers’ Market, and the Cotati Jazz Festival all take place in historic La Plaza Park, in the heart of Cotati.
Forestville is located in the coastal section of Northern California in the heart of Sonoma County. A quiet little community half an hour from the Pacific coast and about an hour north of San Francisco, Forestville retains a low-key family-oriented atmosphere. Longtime residents and new arrivals work together to constantly improve the quality of life for all.
Surrounded by gently rolling hills, stately redwoods, lush vineyards, and the majestic Russian River as it winds its way to the Pacific Ocean, Forestville maintains its rural character and scenic beauty while allowing for a responsible level of growth.
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Guerneville is a recreational playground, centering on the very magical Russian River. It is located just minutes from the Pacific coast and about 20 minutes west of Santa Rosa. Guerneville began as a summer getaway for San Franciscans and many of the original riverfront homes are still there. The river is the heart of the town and is still a popular tourist draw. The town hosts annual Jazz and Blues festivals each year, and attracts big name headline entertainers. Summer holidays here are unforgettable but it’s an even more unique place to live year round.
Healdsburg. A town renowned for its eclectic offering of all the finest things in life… food, wine, friends and fun. The charm and genuine down to earth personality of the town is inescapable—from the sounds of jazz and laughter at every town square event, to the enticing aromas of five star cuisine tempting you at every turn, to the country roads winding through rolling hills of world-acclaimed wine growing appellations, Healdsburg is the belle of the trendy wine country ball who prefers to be out in the vineyards sampling zinfandel on the vine.
Experience the Charm of one of the oldest cities in California, with one of the best preserved Historic Downtown Areas, on the National Register of Historic Places. Victorian homes and Iron Front buildings surround this charming Riverfront town.
Centrally located 32 miles north of San Francisco in Sonoma County Wine Country, Petaluma is the ideal base for exploring more than 195 wineries, the redwoods, dramatic coast, Point Reyes National Seashore and the entire Bay Area.
Located in Sonoma County’s southern central plain with 42,550 residents, Rohnert Park is the county’s third largest city. Thoughtfully designed for families, it is one of the first planned communities in the United States. Bikeways and walkways connect its tree-lined boulevards and attractive neighborhoods. Each neighborhood is designed around a park and elementary school. The city itself is surrounded by farms and grazing land where nationally sought after organic and boutique vegetables, fruits and cheeses are grown and produced.
Welcome to Santa Rosa, where everything in Sonoma County comes together. This is the county seat, the heart of local government and the main shopping Mecca for the entire county. Wine country and farm country, redwood forests and rivers, lakes and ocean, this is a good place to start to explore Sonoma County. In the center of Santa Rosa, our charming downtown is lined with intriguing shops and restaurants that delight casual diners and epicureans alike. So come, dip into California’s Cornucopia, and fill up on our place of plenty. Just 55 miles north of San Francisco, this vibrant city overflows with all you love about California.
The City of Sebastopol is a charming and quaint community in the western hub of Sonoma County, offering something for everyone from the rolling hills on the west to the Laguna de Santa Rosa wetlands on the east. The varietal apple orchards speak to our agricutural heritage as do the modern day rows of colorful vineyards. Organic crops, featured at the Sebastopol Farm Market, celebrate the diversity of the area. Visit the original experimental farm of Luther Burbank or the many speciality nurseries along the Sonoma County Farm Trails. Sebastopol is an A+ community featuring the arts, antiques, agricultural diversity and ambiance. Known for fine restaurants; great wine appellations; musical festivals and concerts; unique spas and alternative sensory experiences. Eco- tourism opportunities abound – from biking and hiking our many trails to bird watching along the Laguna de Santa Rosa, Sebastopol feels like your home away from home.
Located in the heart of one of the world’s premier wine producing regions, Sonoma is a working town with about 9,500 residents and a rich cultural heritage. The adjacent scenic hills and agricultural valley provide a setting of unparalleled natural beauty. The San Francisco de Solano mission and other historic buildings that surround the central Plaza complement the area’s viticultural prominence and visual beauty to make Sonoma a distinctive and successful tourism destination. The City serves as the economic hub for the rural Sonoma Valley, which has a population of about 39,000.
The town of Sonoma and the Sonoma Valley offer numerous attractions for visitors, including shopping in the historic plaza, wine tasting, golf, spas, hiking and more. The agricultural bounty of the area has resulted in a vibrant restaurant scene. Dining choices range from casual cafes to five-star restaurants, with ethnic choices including Italian, French, Mexican, Thai and Nepalese. Local artisan cheeses, organic produce, fresh bread and the fine wines of Sonoma Valley are right at hand, making for memorable meals.
Each year thousands come to Old Downtown Windsor, CA to enjoy the popular, free outdoor concerts and moonlight movies and to shop and dine in the many boutiques, restaurants and cafes that line the Windsor Town Green and nearby Old Downtown streets. There’s the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Kid’s Movies on the Green every Tuesday night in the summer months, the Windsor Day Parade that proceeds straight down McClelland Drive, plus sidewalk sales, Shakespeare on the Green and the annual Holidays on the Green Christmas Tree Lighting Festival. And there’s no resisting the spectacular bounty of the Windsor Farmers Market vendors every season, as they proudly display tables overflowing with fully ripe fruits, vegetables and specialty home-grown items.