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Every day we work to make Santa Rosa a better place to live by being responsive, competent stewards of the public infrastructure and environment for the benefit of our citizens and visitors.

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  1. Howarth Park Cabin

    Caretaker’s Cabin at Howarth Park

    Learn more about the condition of the cabin and City Council's decision to remove the structure from the city-owned buildings demolition project. Read on...
  2. Annual Slurry Seal 2019 - News Flash

    Annual Slurry Seal 2019

    Slurry seal is a street surface treatment meant to extend the life of neighborhood city streets. Slurry Seal to be applied between July 22 and August 1, 2019. View map and daily schedule of the project area. Read on...
  3. Measure M Funding

    Reallocation Request for Measure M Funding

    City to ask SCTA to reallocate $9.5M in Measure M funding to construct the Hearn Avenue Interchange Improvements Project - Phase 3. Read on...
  4. Electric Vehicle  Charging Station

    EV Charging Rates Change 7/1/19

    Effective July 1, 2019, the rates change for use of City operated Electric Vehicle Charging Stations. Read on...
  5. Bay Area Metro Awards

    Santa Rosa CityBus is a Co-Recipient of the Grand Award at the 2019 Bay Area Metro Awards

    Santa Rosa CityBus was among four agencies recognized for their work to save lives, protect communities and aid in rebuilding in response to the October 2017 North Bay fires. Read on...
  6. Fulton Road Reconstruction - Occidental Rd to W 3rd St  TPW-NF

    Pavement Pilot Project

    Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) Pavement technology will be applied to the Fulton Road Reconstruction Project funded by Measure M and SB1. This is the first RCC pavement project in the Bay Area. Read on...
  7. CIP Public Structures Demolition News Flash

    Public Structures Demolition

    The City has identified 32 vacant structures on 14 City-owned parcels located within and outside the city limits for demolition. All of the selected structures are vacant and many dilapidated. Read on...
  8. CIP Street Light Recovery News Flash wLogo

    Street Light Recovery Update

    Over 500 city-owned street lights were damaged during the Tubbs Fire. City Staff has been working closely with PG&E to re-energize, recover and rebuild the damaged infrastructure. Read on...
  9. FEMA PA Infrastructure Projects News Flash

    FEMA Public Assistance Infrastructure Projects

    The Tubbs Fire caused extensive damage to Santa Rosa's public infrastructure. This online tool provides progress overview of the funding process and details for the individual recovery projects. Read on...
  10. Out in the Field News Flash

    Out in the Field E-Newsletter

    Subscribe to receive Transportation and Public Works E-Newsletter - Out in the Field. Stay informed on the latest projects, programs and improvements happening in our City. Read on...
  11. BPMP Final Draft Plan 2018

    Council Approves Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Update

    We are pleased to announce the release of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Plan Update 2018! Read on...
  12. FEMA Public Assistance Project Dashboard

    FEMA Public Assistance Projects Dashboard

    New online tool tracks funding status for public infrastructure damaged by October 2017 wildfires Read on...