Community Engagement


  • The City of Santa Rosa's Community Advisory Board (CAB) is excited to announce the 2020 Community Improvement Grant Neighborfest Program! Neighborhood groups, including neighborhood associations, homeowners associations, and less formal groups, may apply for funding to hold a Neighborfest event and to implement a project or activity during their Neighborfest event. Neighborhood partners such as nonprofits, service clubs, community organizations, and schools may also apply to hold a Neighborfest event within the Santa Rosa city limits. Apply Today!
Community Engagement is now a part of the new Community Programs and Engagement Department. Please see information below about initiatives and programs. We look forward to speaking with you!

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Empowered Communities Collaborative

The Empowered Communities Collaborative provides support and resources to community and to other City departments in an effort to improve relationships between residents of Santa Rosa and the City of Santa Rosa. This includes:

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Community Advisory Board

The Community Advisory Board (CAB) connects City government and residents so the public can have a voice in decisions that impact their lives and build a stronger community. 

Violence Prevention Partnership 

The Partnership is a collaborative effort involving private citizens, government, local community-based organizations, schools, parents, the faith community, and local law enforcement to prevent violence in our community and provide support for our youth and families through partnerships. 

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