Santa Rosa’s 6th City Council District encompasses northwestern Santa Rosa, bound by Santa Rosa city limits to the north and west, Highway 101 to the east, and Guerneville Road (west of Marlow Road) and West Steele Lane (east of Marlow Road) to the south.
You can view the City of Santa Rosa’s interactive District 6 map below (District 6 is the dark blue/purple area at top left).
Children's Museum of Sonoma County
The Children’s Museum of Sonoma County (CMOSC) was founded in 2005. Rooted in current early childhood research, CMOSC engages children in joyful discovery experiences that develop foundational skills, create lasting memories, and spark a lifelong love of learning. The Children’s Museum’s experiential exhibits emphasize hands-on engagement and learning through play with a focus on art, nature, and science. After closing due to the pandemic, CMOSC re-opened to the public this spring!
Coffey Park consists of residential and non-residential properties bounded by the city limits to the north, Piner Road and Pinercrest Drive to the south, Piner Creek to the east, and the SMART rail corridor and Waltzer Road to the west. The 2017 wildfires destroyed much of the Coffey Park area, which has largely been rebuilt 4 years after the fire in part due to the work of Jeff and his fellow neighbors through the founding of Coffey Strong. Today, Coffey Neighborhood Park serves as a central gathering place for Coffey Park residents.
Charles M. Schulz Museum
The Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center is a museum dedicated to the works of Charles M. Schulz, creator of the Peanuts comic strip. The museum opened on August 17, 2002, two years after Schulz died. The museum exhibits pay tribute to Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the entire Peanuts crew and is beloved my families and residents of all ages and walks of life. The Charles M. Schulz Museum is next door to the Redwood Empire Ice Arena.
Redwood Empire Ice Arena
The Redwood Empire Ice Arena is an indoor ice rink owned and built by Peanuts cartoonist Charles M. Schulz – since it opened on April 28, 1969, it has served as Santa Rosa’s only ice rink and a beloved family gathering place for more than 50 years. The Arena offers public skating, private ice time, figure skating, junior hockey, and adult hockey. The Redwood Empire Ice Arena is next door to the Charles M. Schulz Museum.
Piner High School
Piner High School is a public high school in Northwest Santa Rosa that provides a public education to more than 1,300 students in 9th through 12th grades. Prospector Pete, the school’s mascot, has helped sustain Piner’s high school spirit since the school opened in 1966.