Community and Neighborhood Groups

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Find out about existing neighborhood associations, Homeowner's Associations, and community groups. Follow links to check out how different neighborhoods are organizing online and join in on the conversation.

To add your community or neighborhood group's information to this page, please fill out this form and we will review your submission! Please also include photos of your neighborhood group in action!

Citywide Community Groups


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  • Edgewood Farms: Developed in the early 1950s, the Edgewood Farms neighborhood consists of mainly mid-century ranch-style homes. Nestled above and adjacent to Howarth Park and Spring Lake, this walkable neighborhood hosts yearly potlucks and a community fruit share.
  • Fountaingrove II: This association responsibly manages its wildlife urban interface as a scenic treasure, balancing preservation of a self-sustainable environment of native vegetation and habitat with the concerns of fire safety.
  • Fountaingrove Ranch Master Association: This association is committed to the preservation of the Fountaingrove Ranch neighborhood. 
  • Lomita Heights Neighborhood Association: This association exists to provide information and assistance to all Lomita Heights residents on matters of general interest, especially with regards to safety. COPE Leader: Ken Howe
  • Oakmont Village: This is a homeowners association dedicated to residents living in Oakmont.
  • Paulin Creek Neighborhood Association: The Paulin Creek Neighborhood Association's mission is to protect the natural resources of the Paulin Creek preserve, while forming positive relationships with neighbors to beautify, safeguard, and create a vibrant neighborhood community. For more information visit the Friends of Paulin Creek Preserve Facebook page, or send an email!


  • Former Francisco Avenue Association: A community of neighbors residing on, or in close proximity to Francisco Avenue, who share an interest in the past, present, and future of the avenue along which we live. Although a majority of our addresses are classified "Unincorporated Sonoma County," our properties, and daily lives, are directly affected and impacted by the decisions and actions of the City of Santa Rosa (SR 3-97). Email
  • Coffey Strong: A neighborhood association started to represent those houses lost and those still standing in the greater Coffey Park area including, but not limited to the subdivisions of Coffey Park, Sharon Park, Sky View, Barnes Meadows, Shelbourne, and Windrose. For more information, please visit the Coffey Strong Facebook page or send an email.
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  • Bennett Valley: This neighborhood association encompasses Bennett Valley with special focus on energy efficiency, the Southeast Greenway Campaign, beautification, and safety. President: Susan Briski
  • Bennett Valley Vision: This all-volunteer group is dedicated to making Bennett Valley an even nicer place to live with annual clean-ups and adopted beautification projects. To find information on where this year's cleanups will be, please send an email!
  • Santa Rosa Southeast Greenway: This community-based project was created to develop a greenway on the stretch of open space that links Spring Lake to Highway 12 at Farmers Lane based on principles of sustainability. Email: 
  • Club Comunitario de Roseland (Community Club of Roseland)The Community Club of Roseland is a community driven group of moms that are committed in improving their health and overall well being in city of Santa Rosa, California. Their vision is inhabitants of Santa Rosa are incorporated more with the Community Club of Roseland to improve the environment, safety, health and welfare of this city.