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About Real Estate Services

The City of Santa Rosa Real Estate Services division provides centralized real estate services to City departments. These services include acquiring and leasing real property for public purposes and for use by City government, handling the sale or lease of City property to third parties, facilitating the release of public easements on private property, managing applications from third parties to use portions of City property, and maintaining listings and maps of City-owned properties.

What do you want to do?

  1. Search for City-Owned or Leased Property
  2. Find Out Which Departments Manage a Specific Property
  3. Permission to Use City Property
  4. Buy a City Property
  5. Property Available for Lease
  6. Real Estate Referrals
  7. Join Our Email List

Search for City-Owned or City-Leased Property

Visit the City Real Estate Asset Map to access the City’s interactive mapping tool, which presents data on property the City owns and leases. You may search for City-owned property by address or by the assessor’s parcel number (APN). You can also search for City-owned property for sale or lease by using the navigation links to the right.

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    Update on City Actions to Resolve Encampments

    City to activate its Homeless Encampment Assistance Program to address encampments creating health and safety hazards in the Corporate Center Parkway area Read on...
  2. Woman holding coffee and brown bag

    Santa Rosa Launches Unique Online Marketplace brings together local merchants, makers and artists. Read on...
  3. Person using parking meter

    Downtown Santa Rosa Parking Fees to Resume July 1, 2020

    New free and reduced-price parking options available Read on...
  4. News Flash_Open and Out

    NEW Expanded Sidewalk and Parklet Seating Programs for Santa Rosa Restaurants

    The City is now allowing restaurants to use sidewalks and streets to expand outdoor dining. Read on...
  5. News Flash_Nixle

    Changes to Nixle Communication Service

    Questions about recent Nixle alerts? Here's what you need to know. Read on...
  6. New Health Officer Order

    New Shelter-in-Place Health Order Aligns County With State

    New Health Order adopts and incorporates State Orders and Guidance, as well as requires compliance with County specific individual and business mitigation measures. Read on...
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    Some City Facilities and Recreation Services Re-Opened to the Community

    The City of Santa Rosa has re-opened some City facilities to the public and is now offering some on-site customer service hours and recreation opportunities for residents. Read on...
  8. tents

    Update on Current Homeless Services Efforts in Santa Rosa

    Learn how the City is working to protect individuals experiencing homelessness and the whole community from greater spread of COVID-19, and about longer-term plans to address homelessness in Santa Rosa. Read on...
  9. Man Swimming Butterfly Stroke

    Health Order Issued 6/5 Expands Access to Recreation & Parks

    See what recreational opportunities and activities are becoming available for our community! Read on...
  10. News Flash_SRPD Updates

    SRPD Updates: June 6, 2020

    Follow this page for updates for traffic or other incidents. (Last update: June 6, 2020 at 18:16) Read on...
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    SRPD Updates: June 5, 2020

    Follow this page for updates for traffic or other incidents. (Last update: June 6, 2020 at 17:44) Read on...
  12. A Message from Police Chief Rainer Navarro

    A Message from Police Chief Rainer Navarro on his Commitment to the Santa Rosa Community

    Police Chief Rainer Navarro provides an update on some of the actions he has taken in an effort to move forward with collaborating and engaging with the community. Read on...
  13. New Health Officer Order

    More Business Operations and Community Activities Allowed with Mitigation

    New Health Order issued allowing more business operations and activities in the County, including the City of Santa Rosa. Read on...
  14. Nixel Outtage

    SRPD Resumes Regular Usage of Nixle

    Previously reported technical issues with Nixle have been resolved Read on...
  15. MayorSchwedhelm

    A Message from Mayor Tom Schwedhelm on a Commitment to Action

    Santa Rosa Mayor Tom Schwedhelm addresses the challenges faced by our community and commitments he is making to help bring change. Read on...
  16. Girl Shooting Bow and Arrow

    Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks Announces Modified Summer Camps to Meet COVID-19 Precautions

    Sign up now for summer camp experiences for children 7-10. Limited space is available for these fun programs that follow CDC and Sonoma County health precautions. Sessions begin June 15! Read on...
  17. Document

    Chief Update (6.3.20)

    A message from Police Chief Navarro Read on...
  18. News Flash_Curbside Pickup

    Curbside Pickup

    To support our downtown businesses, the City is creating temporary short term parking spaces for fast and easy curbside pickup for customers. Read on...
  19. Sonoma Coast Ocean View

    Parks Access Expanded in Amended Parks Order

    Parks Order amended allowing Sonoma County residents, including Santa Rosans, to now access Sonoma Coast parks and trails for lower-risk recreation and exercise activities. Read on...
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    SRPD Updates: June 2, 2020

    Due to service outages and message delays with Nixle, residents are being advised to follow this page for traffic and incident updates. Read on...
  22. May 31 Police Chief Message News Flash

    A Message from Police Chief Ray Navarro (6.2.20)

    Update from Police Chief Navarro regarding the citywide curfew, enforcement, and yesterday's protest. Read on...
  23. Santa Rosa Police Media Release
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    A Message from the Mayor on This Evening’s Planned March (6.2.20)

    Santa Rosa Mayor Tom Schwedhelm addresses the community on the significance of this evening's march and protest. Read on...
  25. Mandatory Curfew

    Mandatory Citywide Curfew To Begin June 1, 2020, At 8 P.M. in Santa Rosa

    City Manager Declares Local Emergency Following Incidents of Violence and Vandalism Read on...
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    A Message from Mayor Tom Schwedhelm (5.31.20)

    Santa Rosa Mayor Tom Schwedhelm on the May 30 protests and destruction amidst the public health emergency, and a thank you to community members. Read on...
  27. May 31 Police Chief Message News Flash

    A Message from Police Chief Ray Navarro about the May 30th Protests in Santa Rosa (5.31.20)

    Santa Rosa Police Chief Ray Navarro's message following May 30 peaceful protests during the day and damage done within the City during the night. Read on...
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    Important Message from SRPD: Planned Protest Tonight (May 31)

    SRPD calls for a peaceful protest in the downtown area, as well as asks local businesses, residents and protestors to plan accordingly, or stay home. Read on...
  29. News Flash_Rental Assistance Program

    City Launches Program to Assist Residents with Rental Payments

    The program plans to allot over $600,000 for up to 50 tenants who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 health emergency and who meet all eligibility criteria. The enrollment period is expected to run from June 1 to June 7, 2020. Read on...
  30. Congratulations, Class of 2020

    Congratulations, Class of 2020!

    While you may not be crossing the stage this year, we all applaud this accomplishment and wish you every success in the future. Read on...
  31. Message from Police Chief Rainer Navarro
  32. CityBus News Flash

    CityBus Rider Alert

    Effective June 1, CityBus will begin operating a new schedule with additional trips as part of its ongoing response to COVID-19. Read on...
  33. Outdoor Restaurant Patio

    Shelter-in-Place Order Amended to Expand List of Businesses Allowed to Operate

    Outdoor dining, additional retail, and some business services allowed to reopen with social distancing protocols in place. Read on...
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    Safe Social Distancing Program Update

    The City of Santa Rosa is taking steps to protect individuals experiencing homelessness and our community as-a-whole from further spread of COVID-19. Read on...
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    COVID-19 Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants

    Starting Monday, May 18, California Human Development will begin connecting undocumented individuals in Sonoma County to disaster relief assistance. Read on...
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    May 18 Update from the Governor

    Today, CA Governor Gavin Newsom announced that counties throughout the State may request approval for specific business activities if they meet the strict criteria. Read on...
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    Virtual Permitting Services

    From concept to project completion, online permit application services for all land-use planning and construction activities is now offered. Read on...
  38. Safe Social Distancing Site at Finley Parking Lot

    Watch the Replay: Virtual Community Meeting

    More than 460 residents tuned in on May 14th to learn more about the Finley Parking Lot Safe Social Distancing Site, and the meeting replay is now online Read on...
  39. Man Playing Basketball on Outdoor Park Court

    Amended Parks Order Allows for Some Expanded City Parks Access and Amenities

    Good news for lovers of recreation and parks! Santa Rosa residents may now enjoy certain park amenities either solo or with other household members at some City parks close to their homes. Read on...
  40. News Flash_SIP Business Reopen Amendment

    Shelter-in-Place Order Amended to Allow Further Business Reopening

    The Sonoma County Public Health Officer has amended the Shelter-in-Place Order to allow additional businesses to operate with health safety modifications, effective May 15, 2020. Read on...
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    Some City Park Amenities to Reopen Following Amended Park Closure Order

    Revised Parks Closure Order eases some restrictions on parks usage; City working to implement opening more local park amenities in next 24-48 hours Read on...
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    Virtual Community Meeting: Implementation of Safe Social Distance Site in Finley Parking Lot

    City staff to answer community questions during Zoom meeting planned for 5/14 at 6 p.m. Read on...
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    Support Local Restaurants

    During this public health crisis, support local restaurants! Read on...
  44. News Flash_SIP Retail Amendment

    Shelter-in-Place Order Amended for Additional Business Allowances

    The Sonoma County Health Officer amended the Public Shelter-in-Place Health Order to reopen retail stores for curbside pickup and delivery, effective May 8, 2020. Read on...
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    Safe Social Distancing Program for Unsheltered Individuals

    City-owned parking lot at Finley Community Center to temporarily provide social distancing space for unsheltered individuals amid COVID-19 emergency. Read on...
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    There are now three ways for Sonoma County residents to be tested for COVID-19. Read on...
  47. News Flash Message From The Mayor 5.3.20

    A Message from Mayor Tom Schwedhelm

    Mayor Tom Schwedhelm discusses Sonoma County Health Officers's modified Shelter-in-Place Order and the modified parks closure Order. Read on...
  48. Social distancing measure in place at retail establishment

    Checklist for Essential Businesses

    The City has created a checklist to help guide essential businesses preparing to reopen following the release of the modified Shelter in Place Order loosening restrictions for a few industry areas Read on...
  49. Shelter in Place Order Extended

    Shelter-in-Place Order Extended Beyond May 3

    The new Health Order will go into effect on May 4, 2020. In addition to extending sheltering in place, the Order loosens restrictions to select businesses, industries, and faith-based organizations. Read on...
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    Residents Encouraged to Prepare Properties for Wildfire Season

    Santa Rosa Fire ask residents to prepare properties and update household emergency plans while sheltering in place Read on...
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    A Reminder from the Police Chief: Follow Health Orders

    As Chief Rainer Navarro explains, the Santa Rosa Police Department is now shifting from education to enforcement through citations as needed to ensure compliance with the Shelter in Place Order and protect the community. Read on...
  53. Downtown Parking Fees Temporarily Waived

    Downtown Parking Fees Temporarily Waived During Shelter-in-Place Order

    The Santa Rosa City Council has authorized a temporary waiver of parking fees for the duration of the Sonoma County Health Order which requires residents to Shelter-in-Place Order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Read on...
  54. SRFD News Flash image

    SRFD Forms New Pandemic Response Unit

    The Santa Rosa Fire Department announces the expansion of their services to include a new Pandemic Response Unit. Read on...
  55. News Flash eComment Video

    A Message from City Council Member Chris Rogers

    City Council member Chris Rogers shares how to participate in City Council meetings during Shelter in Place. Read on...
  56. Fire Chief Tony Gossner

    A Message from Santa Rosa Fire Chief Tony Gossner

    Santa Rosa Fire Chief Tony Gossner provides an update on the Santa Rosa Fire Department's response to COVID-19. Read on...
  57. CityBus Reduced Service

    CityBus to Further Reduce Service on Monday, April 13 in Response to COVID-19

    CityBus will operate on a Sunday schedule seven days a week starting Monday, April 13 for essential travel only. Read on...
  58. Reporting Violations and Stay at Home

    Stay at Home Reminder from the Santa Rosa Police Department

    The Santa Rosa Police Department reminds the community to follow the Sonoma County Health Officer's Order to shelter in place to protect vulnerable populations and essential, front-line workers. Read on...
  59. Surgeon General News Flash

    Face Coverings Recommended

    The Sonoma County Health Officer now recommends that everyone who leaves home for an essential activity wear a face covering to the extent possible. Watch as the Surgeon General demonstrates how to make a face covering with a t-shirt and two rubber bands. Read on...
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    A Message from the Police Chief (3.30.20)

    Santa Rosa Police Chief Rainer Navarro discusses two additional COVID-19 positive test results for employees of the Santa Rosa Police Department. Read on...
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    A Message from the Police Chief (3.27.20)

    Today, Santa Rosa Police Chief Rainer Navarro announced two more police officers tested positive for COVID-19 after reporting the first three positive cases on Tuesday, March 24. Read on...
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    Permitting and Inspections Essential Services

    To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the City of Santa Rosa has temporarily limited its operations to provide only essential services, including permitting and inspections Read on...
  63. PARKSCLOSEDVideoCoverEnglish_3.26 News Flash

    COVID-19 Question of the Day (3.26.20)

    “How can I stay active if the parks are closed?” Read on...
  64. Homeless Services and COVID-19

    Support for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness

    The City is closely following interim guidance provided by the CDC as it works to protect this vulnerable population and the community at large from the coronavirus disease Read on...
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    A Message from the Mayor (3.20.20)

    Mayor Tom Schwedhelm shares information on the State-Wide Order to Shelter in Place now in effect for California until further notice. Read on...
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    Statewide Shelter-in-Place Order in Effect

    Issued by Governor Newsom, the order establishes consistency across jurisdictions and defines essential services in the state. Read on...
  67. News Flash_Shelter in Place

    Shelter-in-Place Order In Effect for COVID-19

    Sonoma County Public Health Officer directs all individuals living in the County to shelter at their place of residence. Read on...
  68. News Flash_ SUBSCRIBE News Alert

    Stay Informed, Subscribe Today!

    Receive the latest COVID-19 News Alerts when you subscribe to our City Connections Newsletter. #PreventTheSpread Read on...
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    Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    The latest updates from the Sonoma County Department of Health Services Read on...
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    Downtown Santa Rosa Aerial Video

    Aerial drone footage of City-owned properties in Downtown Santa Rosa. View Video...
  71. Real Estate Asset Map News Flash Image

    New Real Estate Asset Map

    Locate City-owned properties and associated documents with the New Real Estate Asset Map. The Map Help tab offers property search tips. Read on...

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