City Council Hearing

Greenway Acquisition Moves Ahead

Good news! On July 7th, the Santa Rosa City Council approved a five-year extension of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the Southeast Greenway Community Partners. This MOU was first signed on July 7, 2015, establishing an agreement to work together toward the transfer of the undeveloped State Route 12 land to local agencies for the Southeast Greenway Project. | Read More

Greenway PCA Nears Approval

On April 7, the Santa Rosa City Council approved a request to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and the Association of Bay Area Governments to designate the Southeast Greenway as a Priority Conservation Area, known as a PCA. PCAs are locations designated for the protection of natural habitats, restoration, public access and the preservation of open space for future generations. | Read More

Taylor Mountain Park Addition to Provide Connectivity with SE Greenway

We want to share the good news reported in the March 30th Press Democrat. Sonoma Land Trust, in partnership with Sonoma County Regional Parks and Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District, has acquired a 54-acre addition to Taylor Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve, extending the park closer to neighborhoods in South Santa Rosa. | Read More


Spring-LakeThe Southeast Greenway is a 52-acre, two mile long corridor of open space connecting Spring Lake Park and Farmers Lane in Southeast Santa Rosa.

The citizens of Santa Rosa and Sonoma County now have the opportunity to acquire and transform the land into a vibrant Greenway and premier urban park.

A community visioning and planning process is underway, and you can be part of it. Learn more and get involved!

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