Welcome to Rohnert Park
Located in central Sonoma County and laid out in the 1950s, family-friendly Rohnert Park (pop. 40,971) was one of the first planned communities nationwide. The jewel in the Green Music Center crown is the acoustically superb 1,400-seat Joan and Sanford I. Weill Hall concert venue. Modeled after Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, Weill Hall includes a back wall that can be fully opened onto a landscaped and terraced lawn, to expand the audience capacity for summer concerts.
Welcome to Petaluma
Located between the coast and farmlands, situated on the Petaluma river an hour north of San Francisco, residents and visitors alike are sure to enjoy the blend of an authentic hometown feel mixed with the sophistication of wine country.
This town offers numerous active outdoor activities such as trails for biking and running as well as water activities like kayaking and paddle boarding. Petaluma is sure to meet every pallet with its multiple fine dining establishments.
Welcome to Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa is a California city in Sonoma County. It's known for its wineries. The Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center is dedicated to the famed "Peanuts" cartoonist. Nearby, hands-on exhibits at the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County include a mini train station. Big-name musicians perform at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts. To the east, trail-lined Annadel State Park features wildflowers and a lake.
Welcome to Clayton
Clayton is a community lying at the foothills of Mt Diablo, east of Concord, in the San Francisco East Bay. Incorporated in 1964, Clayton’s city limits consist of only ½ square mile. This community prides itself in its deep appreciation for the community’s history, tradition and volunteerism. It is a safe residential community with about 11K people. This close-nit community turn out in high numbers for local celebrations and family-friendly festivities.
Welcome to Novato
Novato is a flourishing community that prioritizes education and works together to ensure the youth have what they need to be successful contributing citizens. This area is attractive to many different businesses and strives to continue to attract more. To the residents that call Novato home, equity is just as important as prosperity and they work closely with their city council to achieve this. Novato is surrounded by rolling green hills which is ideal not only for the research center but nature lovers.
Welcome to Windsor
The Town of Windsor is a family-oriented community with an exceptional quality of life. The Town of Windsor offers a wide variety of services and recreational opportunities, well-planned business areas, and a lively downtown. The Town of Windsor offers quality housing, ranging from affordable to high-end residential neighborhoods, and from single family-homes to condominiums and apartments.
Welcome to Cotati
Cotati is a Sonoma County city with approximately 7500 residents, which is over four times the population at the time of its incorporation in 1963. New and long-time Cotati businesses have made great strides in maintaining and reinforcing a very distinct lifestyle unique to Cotati. Sonoma State University is located just outside Cotati's city limits, and has played a huge role in the City's history and growth. With a major university close by it definitely plays as a cultural influence, although culture is not something Cotati has ever had a shortage of. Home to the Cotati Jazz Festival in June of each year, the Cotati Philharmonic, the annual Kid's Day Parade and the internationally renowned Cotati Accordion Festival in late August, Cotati has been a gathering place for unique and family fun.
Content by Angelina Rantissi Rohnert Park Realtor