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A Classic American Neighborhood — Community, History, Art, Culture, and Downtown Living
Want to volunteer at the upcoming W. E. Farmer’s Market? Learn what you can do to help and sign up this Sunday (see below). May 26th, Sunday 10 a.m.- West End Farmers Market Volunteer and Vendor Orientation Day- The West End Farmers Market opens on Sunday June 23rd 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. They need volunteers to help with vendor support, parking, market information, bike parking and other items. Facebook 10 a.m. Want to volunteer at the market? They will hold a brief orientation to fill these critical positions. 10:30 a.m. Donahue Street cleanup. Feeling energetic? Please join us after the...Read More
There’s a big weekend planned… and it starts off this Friday night with opening night of West End Summer Bocce. Photos from last year May 17th, Friday to September 20th, Friday at 6 p.m.- West End Bocce Season Join your friends and neighbors at DeMeo Park for an evening of socializing, snacking and bocce. This is a family, kid and dog friendly event. Invite your friends too. Bring food and drink to share. Remember- no glass at park. Location DeMeo Park 610 Polk Street May 18th, Saturday at 10 a.m.- 119th Annual Luther Burbank Rose Parade and Festival- One of Sonoma...Read More
Citizens for Safe Neighborhoods will be asking the courts to issue a stay order to halt the construction of the expansion of the BoDean Asphalt Plant. The hearing is scheduled for this Wednesday, May 15th at 3 p.m. at Dept. 16 Empire College Annex, 3035 Cleveland Ave, Suite 200, Santa Rosa. Interested neighbors and residents are invited to show their support at the hearing. Citizens has filed a lawsuit against the City of Santa Rosa (Citizens for Safe Neighborhood vs. City of Santa Rosa, SCV- 252028) to ask the courts to require the City of SR to prepare an EIR for the plant that would...Read More
The West End Neighborhood is located in the heart of Santa Rosa, California. It’s a vital, small community that embraces old fashioned neighborhood living.
We are a living example of what today’s urban planners are trying to recreate- a small downtown neighborhood with local businesses easily accessible without a car. Our vintage way of life has once again become in vogue.
The West End folks are always participating in fun neighborhood events ranging from art gallery openings, summer bocce matches and picnics, historic walking tours and local improvement activities.
Please take a moment to browse our site and see why we love our little neighborhood. The West End where urbanism, preservation, art and people come together.