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.
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.
The City of Santa Rosa owns property used for various municipal purposes such as fire stations, police stations, office buildings, parks, libraries, and streets. Requests to use City property should be directed to Real Estate Services with the exception of Recreation facilities and Parks, which should be directed to the Department themselves.
The City may from time to time lease space in or on City-owned property that is not currently used by the City. Leases are granted per the City Council Leasing Policy. All requests should be directed to Real Estate Services. To view properties available for lease, visit the Properties for Lease Page.