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HISTORIC HEALDSBURG... Envision the best qualities of a turn-of-the century America coupled with the ambiance of European countryside, Healdsburg is a most gracious and charming small town. Situated in close proximity to the Alexander, Dry Creek and Russian River Valleys, Healdsburg is considered a perfect wine country town.





Healdsburg is is located 75 miles north of San Francisco off Highway 101 and situated between Fitch Mountain to the east and a range of low mountains to the west,  Cloverdale to the north, and Windsor and Santa Rosa to the south.   
Built around a uniquely attractive Spanish-style plaza planted with palm trees, redwoods and shade trees, the Plaza plays host to free concerts, tempting antique fairs, lively craft fairs and other celebrations.
Shoppers will delight in the variety of charming boutiques, art galleries, spas and fabulous antique and home furnishing stores located within easy walking distance of the plaza.
The Downtown Park in the Square has always been enjoyed and used as an event and performance site. Families pack a picnic and attend the Summer Concert Series, held on Sundays throughout the balmy summer. There's something for every musical taste: Latin, Jazz, Big Band sounds, Rhythm and Blues, and Cajun. Summer antique fairs in the Plaza feature everything from 1920's kitchen gadgets to French armoires. The holiday season begins with a grand tree-lighting ceremony in the Plaza.
Local Artists
Fine art galleries are scattered throughout the town and feature local artists. Intricate glassware, singular pieces of jewelry, paintings and photographs all reflect the California and Sonoma County lifestyle. Year-round shows and special events keep the creative juices flowing.

Healdsburg Arts Council
Art on the Move, held each May, is sponsored by the Healdsburg Arts Council. This movable feast for the eyes allows art aficionados to view art in different settings. The Wineries are also active art patrons, using their exquisite settings to promote local artists and photographers.

The Arts Council also sponsors a number of visual and performing arts events throughout the year. Many are held in the award-winning Raven Theater and Film Center. The 600-seat Art Deco theater and community performing arts room is host to musical artists, comedy troupes, flamenco dancers, and a myriad of other performers. Tickets are coveted for performances by another local theater company, the Camp Rose Players, while the High School Drama Department encourages young talent.

Music and Dance
Town pride is also reflected by the Healdsburg Community Band and Healdsburg Community Chorus. Local performances are well attended and enthusiastically supported.

The Russian River Chamber Music Society presents nationally and internationally known artists throughout the year in a series that is comparable in quality to similar ones in San Francisco.

Healdsburg is home to professional and established ballet, ethnic and jazz-tap dance troupes, such as Healdsburg Ballet, Aire Flamenco, and Marietta's Jazz and Tap.

Established in 1867, the earliest residents were members of the Pomo Indian tribe. In 1867, Healdsburg was incorporated and developed around a central Spanish-style plaza. This unique plaza is one of the few remnants of early California town planning existing in the U.S. today. Historic homes and quaint storefronts retain the flavor of Healdsburgs rich heritage.

Demographic Facts: Healdsburg encompasses approximately 3.56 square miles (2,276.5 acres) and serves a population of 11, 294 in a greater trade area of 50,000. There are about 900 businesses in town, employing more than 5,000 persons. Operating under a Council/ Manager government, Healdsburg has a General Plan that is updated at five-year intervals.

Language Spoken at Home

(by persons 5 years and over): English/82%; Spanish/15%; other/3%


Race: White/71%; Hispanic/28%; other/1% 


Weather: Snow free and smog free, the city is dry in summer with average temperatures ranging between 70 and 95 degrees, cooling off by evening. Winters average rainfall is forty inches with temperatures ranging from 28 to 60 degrees, December through February.


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