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A Classic American Neighborhood — Community, History, Art, Culture, and Downtown Living
Citizens for Safe Neighborhoods filed a lawsuit with the So Co Superior Court against the City of Santa Rosa for allowing the new facility without an environmental review in 2012. CFSN lost that case and now has appealed Judge Daum’s ruling to State court. We have to have our court papers turned in by December 17, 2014. We need to raise $8,000.00 in the next week to keep the case moving forward. CFSN is small group of concerned citizens that care deeply about the health and well being of the families that are directly impacted by the production of asphalt at the BoDean facility. The...Read More
A few Halloween ideas… weather forecast gives a chance of showers so weatherproof your costume and bring an umbrella! October 31st, Friday at 5:30- West End Annual Kid’s Halloween Parade. Everybody come out and meet up at Boyce & Coulter Streets at 5:30. We will show off our costumes, take pictures and at 6 p.m. we will parade around the ‘hood and THEN it is time to Trick or Treat. All welcome. Easy and fun for Littles (and for big people too!). Until Nov 2nd The Addams Family It’s going to be anything but a normal night. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of...Read More
“Citizens for Safe Neighborhoods” invites you and your family to a Rally and Tri-Tip BBQ THIS Saturday, October 25th 2 p.m to 4 p.m. Event at the warehouses across from DeTurk Round Barn Park- 808 Donahue Street. RAIN or SHINE. The health and well-being of our community is at stake, we need to work together to reduce the impacts of the BoDean Asphalt Plant. The BoDean’s Asphalt Plant is surrounded by homes occupied by children, seniors and working families. City Council member Erin Carlstrom and City Council Candidates Curtis Byrd, Chris Coursey, Lee Pierce & Tom...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.