Parks & Facilities

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) - ALL CITY PARKS AND OPEN SPACES ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

On Monday, March 23, the Sonoma County Health Officer issued an order that closed all parks and open spaces county-wide. We work every day to make sure our parks are open, safe, and welcoming, but right now we want to thank you Healdsburg for respecting the order and staying at home. These next few weeks are critical if we are going to flatten the curve and slow the spread of coronavirus.

For more information on the order: http://sonomacounty.ca.gov/CAO/Press-Releases/All-Parks-in-Sonoma-County-to-Close-Due-to-COVID-19-Emergency/?fbclid=IwAR0wRwZHAW2KZRIYaYReYlxY8TRl9Xp58h1fwXPkcSFan9Gum1OZIZJ8Y7Y 

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Healdsburg Ridge Trail Map

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Fitch Mountain Open Space

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Rental Opportunities


The Parks and Recreation Department authorizes and administers the rental of the city’s public parks and facilities on a first-come, first-served basis.


Special Events


Special Events Applications may be obtained by calling the Parks and Recreation Department at 707-431-3303 or in person at the Facilities and Events Office at the Healdsburg Community Center at Foss Creek School. This office is located at 1557 Healdsburg Avenue and is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can also download a copy of our Special Events Application (PDF).

Field Use & Rental


For field use / rental information please call 707-431-3301.

Picnics


Picnic Permit Applications may be obtained by calling the Parks and Recreation Department at 707-431-3303, or in person at the Facilities and Events Office. You can also download a copy of our Picnic Permit Application (PDF).

Maintenance & Conservation


The community Services Department manages and maintains more than 60 acres of City parks and playing fields as well as the community gardens, Villa Chanticleer, Senior Center, and the Healdsburg Community Center at Foss Creek. The department also works with the Planning Department regarding landscape design, tree conservation, streetscape improvements, and park projects.

Park planning, capital improvements and landscape assessment is administered through this department. Look for Healdsburg's finest Parks Crew when you visit the Parks!


Healdsburg Tree Walk


Enjoy the beauty of Healdsburg, get out and take a walk and enjoy the parks and trees or read the Healdsburg Tree Walk (PDF) for a guide to some of the city's trees.

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