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    City Exploring Options for Bennett Valley Golf Course Property in Advance of 2022 Operator Contract

    Future options for the City-owned golf course could include no changes, potential redevelopment of portions of the property, among others Read on...
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    Register Now for 20+ New Recreation Programs for Spring 2021

    Registration is underway now for swimming lessons, lifeguard training programs, spring camps, and classes and workshops for kids and adults! Read on...
  3. News Flash_Leprechaun Treasure Hunt

    Leprechaun Treasure Hunt

    Beginning 2/27, and lasting throughout the month of March, hunt for leprechauns hidden throughout our City parks and win a prize! Read on...
  4. News Flash_Dean Hamlin Retirement

    A Standing Ovation For Parks Crew Supervisor Dean Hamlin

    Parks Crew Supervisor Dean Hamlin is retiring after 31 years of service to our parks and to our Santa Rosa community! Read on...
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    Colgan Creek Park Survey

    The City is seeking community input as to the preferred play structure design option for Colgan Creek Neighborhood Park. Survey is open until Jan. 17, 2021. Read on...
  6. News Flash_Press Democrat Best of 2020 HP Award

    Thank You for the Honor: Howarth Park “Best Place to Take Kids!”

    Santa Rosa’s Howarth Park wins Press Democrat’s 2020 Readers’ Choice Award as the “Best Place to Take Kids” in Sonoma County. Read on...
  7. News Flash_CNP Video

    City Completes Rebuild of Coffey Neighborhood Park and Reopens Park to Residents

    Special video highlights community-wide rebuild effort following October 2017 wildfire devastation. Read on...
  8. News Flash_Blue Green Algae

    Blue Green Algae Blooms Observed at Lake Ralphine

    City park guests should be aware and take precautions to protect their health and the health of pets when visiting parks with bodies of water, which may contain potentially toxic Blue Green Algae. Read on...