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About Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa, the largest city in California’s Wine Country, is a dynamic and diverse community with a rich history and an array of attractions. Established in the 19th century, Santa Rosa played a significant role in the development of the region, serving as a transportation hub with the arrival of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad. The city has preserved elements of its history, including the historic Railroad Square, known for its charming shops and restaurants housed in historic buildings. Luther Burbank, a renowned horticulturist, conducted much of his groundbreaking work in Santa Rosa, and the Luther Burbank Home and Gardens remain an important landmark showcasing his contributions to agriculture and plant breeding.

Santa Rosa is home to a variety of landmarks and cultural attractions. The Charles M. Schulz Museum honors the creator of Peanuts and his legacy, while the Sonoma County Museum provides insight into the area’s diverse history. Annadel State Park offers residents and visitors an opportunity to explore outdoor recreation amidst rolling hills and meadows. With its central location in Sonoma County, Santa Rosa serves as a gateway to the renowned wineries, vineyards, and natural beauty that define the region.

Living in Santa Rosa provides a mix of urban amenities and a relaxed California lifestyle. The city boasts excellent schools, a thriving arts scene, and diverse culinary experiences. Its commitment to sustainability is evident in initiatives like the Santa Rosa Junior College’s Shone Farm, an agricultural learning center emphasizing organic and sustainable practices. The welcoming community spirit, combined with proximity to wine country, redwood forests, and the Pacific coast, makes Santa Rosa an appealing place to live for those seeking a balanced and vibrant Northern California lifestyle.

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