A Classic American Neighborhood — Community, History, Art, Culture, and Downtown LivingNavigation
A Classic American Neighborhood — Community, History, Art, Culture, and Downtown Living
BoDean Asphalt- Noise and hours are impacting our homes, families and health- what can we do? Volunteer to gather signatures the next two weekends- Sat & Sun (24th & 25th), Sat & Sun (31st & 1st) 9 a.m. to Noon at the Safeways on Marlow and 4th St. This is the only way to make our City Council pay attention. Community members and neighbors will collect for first two weekends- Labor Unions will collect signatures for next two weekends. Goal- to collect a massive amount of signatures for petition to SR City Council requesting that they investigate the BoDeans impacts...Read More
The City of Santa Rosa wants to know what is important to YOU! Fiscal Year 2015-16 online budget priorities surveyFiscal Year 2015-16 online budget priorities survey The City offers numerous programs and services and this is a unique opportunity for you to give City leaders your feedback as to which services are most important to you. Survey Until January 25th - Clybourne Park – The Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play has two acts set fifty years apart, the play’s two outrageous acts explode with issues of race, class, housing, and aspirations for a better life. The play is laced...Read More
January 19th, Monday 11 to 2 p.m. at DeTurk Round Barn Historic Rose Garden The Rose garden is ready for its winter touch up. Lend a hand while we weed, prune and thin the rose garden on Monday, January 19th (Martin Luther King’s BD) from 11 to 2 to p.m. Bring gloves, pruners, beverage and other tools. Anyone is welcomed- Gina will be available for pruning guidance. The West End Neighborhood home of the West End Farmers Market, where urbanism, preservation, art and people come together! For the latest updates, crime alerts, full calendar of events and photos- go the West End...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.