As the San Francisco Bay Area’s fifth largest city, Santa Rosa is a sprawling area, but still has a small town feel. As the northwestern gateway to Sonoma Valley and the Russian River resort area, it features many parks, lakes, and over 25 wineries.
A famed cartoonist was a resident for over 40 years, opening the Charles M. Schultz Museum and Research Center in 2002, adjacent to his Redwood Empire Ice Arena. Among the area’s cultural attractions are the popular Luther Burbank Center for the Arts and the Santa Rosa Symphony. The Sonoma County Airport is seven miles from downtown.
So if you want to live in a medium-sized city with lots of big city amenities, let’s talk about how to make Santa Rosa your home.