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The city of Santa Rosa rests on the Santa Rosa Plain, stretching East into the Valley of the Moon and West into the Laguna de Santa Rosa Wetlands. Despite being the 5th most populated city in the San Francisco Bay Area, it retains its small-town charm. Well invested in developing its arts community, they boast an impressive public art portfolio. Artists from throughout the Bay Area have found Santa Rosa to be a creative hub that is accessible, supportive and centrally located. Santa Rosa is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, wine lovers, foodies and students. The recently redeveloped Court House Square showcases this communities commitment to preserving the vibrancy of their historic downtown. Here, you will find a harmonious blend of old and new whether it’s architecture, dining, entertainment, or shopping. Visit the Shultz Museum, Luther Burbank Gardens, the Flamingo Hotel, or Railroad Square and you will find that Santa Rosa is invested in preserving its distinct and inviting culture.