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Be Involved

Community Engagement Website

Neighborhood Resources: Learn how to put on community events.
Join a neighborhood association: Meet your neighbors, establish a network.
City Council meetings: Stay informed on local issues, speak out to your local representatives.
Volunteer: Give back to your community.
City Calendar of Meetings: Browse all city public meetings and other events.
Citizens Organized to Prepare for Emergencies: Learn how to be prepared for disaster situations and set up your own COPE Neighborhood Team.
Voter Information: Learn about candidates and view election results.
Schools and libraries: Find your school district or check out a book!


Check out the Recreation & Parks website for info on having fun, getting exercise, enjoying the outdoors, and learning.

Swim Centers: Swim!
Take a class: Rec & parks offers a variety of courses for children and adults.
Arts & Culture: Santa Rosa has several art exhibits, theaters, and museums all over town.
City parks: Visit any of our 65 parks with playgrounds, sports fields, lakes, and hiking trails.


Shop, eat, play, and stay local. Visit the Business website for more info.

Go Local Santa Rosa: The City teamed up with Sonoma County Go Local to provide an online business directory with general info, coupons, specials, social media, and job openings of local merchants and restaurants.
Downtown: A great place to shop, eat, and play.
Interactive Downtown Map: Navigate through the businesses and attractions in downtown.
Parking: There are several conveniently located garages and lots in downtown.
Commercial District Map: See where you can shop!

Learn About Santa Rosa’s Schools

Bellevue Union School District
Bennett Valley Union School District
Kenwood Elementary
Mark West Union School District
Piner-Olivet Union School District
Rincon Valley Union School District
Roseland School District
Santa Rosa City Schools
Wright Elementary School District

Junior College

Santa Rosa Junior College


Sonoma County Library