Railroad Square is the historic heart of the downtown and is Santa Rosa’s “Old Town”. Railroad Square was honored with a listing on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 because of its preservation efforts for restoring and preserving the significant architectural buildings that represent the influence the railroad had on a community. When the first trains arrived in Railroad Square in the late 1870’s, the focus of the town turned to the hustle and bustle around the Depot.
Nestled in a five-mile radius of luxury homes with high disposable income in the city of Santa Rosa, Montgomery Village is located on Highway 12 just minutes off U.S. Highway 101, ...Learn More
An ancient inland sea once covered Sonoma and Napa Counties. Colliding continental plates created the mountains and hills. Bennett Valley is squeezed between three of these mountai...Learn More
The Rincon Valley Union School District is located in the heart of Sonoma County and serves the children, parents, and community of northeastern Santa Rosa, California. The Distric...Learn More
Fountain Grove was a utopian colony founded near Santa Rosa, California by Thomas Lake Harris in 1875. Most of its settlers were followers of Harris's Brotherhood of the New Life a...Learn More