The northernmost city in Sonoma County, Cloverdale is an affordable option and an increasingly popular destination for families to settle down. With rolling, vineyard covered hills and a river running through it, Cloverdale is picturesque and welcoming.

Median Home Price: $525,000

Median Household Income: $56,727

2018 Cloverdale City Profile (Download)


Cotati offers all the benefits of living in a small city, with the cultural advantages of being located near major urban centers and a highly acclaimed state university. Housing options range from apartments to condominiums to midsize homes in treelined neighborhoods.

Median Home Price: $479,500

Median Household Income: $62,712

2018 Cotati City Profile (Download)


Healdsburg’s charm radiates out from its central town square to the quiet tree-lined streets of its neighborhoods and its more rural properties that stretch along the banks of the Russian River. Healdsburg is Sonoma County’s jewel box, offering everything from quaint bungalows to upscale properties with breath taking views of the surrounding vineyard covered valleys.

Median Home Price: $804,000

Median Household Income: $63,224

2018 Healdsburg City Profile (Download)


Petaluma’s housing options are vast and affordable, making it a great community for people just getting started and for seasoned professionals looking for space for growing families. Petaluma’s historic architecture stands out with many homes built near or before the turn of the 20th century within walking distance of Petaluma’s historic downtown.

Median Home Price: $667,750

Median Household Income: $79,129

2018 Petaluma City Profile (Download)

Rohnert Park

Living is easy in Rohnert Park, with housing prices well below those of neighboring cities. In Rohnert Park you can live well without breaking the bank and enjoy all the benefits of living in central Sonoma County. We’ve got a lot of options, from brand-new apartments to single family homes in well-established neighborhoods.

Median Home Price: $479,500

Median Household Income: $60,135

2018 Rohnert Park City Profile (Download)

Santa Rosa

As the largest city in Sonoma County, Santa Rosa offers a diverse range of housing options, from downtown urban and historical districts to hilltop view properties overlooking Bennett and Sonoma Valleys.

Median Home Price: $529,900

Median Household Income: $60,972

>2018 Santa Rosa City Profile (Download)


Sebastopol neighborhoods range from clusters of Victorians to expansive vineyard properties and horse farms nestled up to the edges of town. Located along the beautiful redwood and vineyard dotted Gravenstein Highway, which stretches from Highway 101 to the Russian River, Sebastopol has a wide range of housing options to meet diverse budgets.

Median Home Price: $804,000

Median Household Income:  $67,925

2018 Sebastopol City Profile (Download)


Sonoma blends a friendly, small-town atmosphere with the entrepreneurial culture of the Bay Area, and specifically with a strong viticultural and culinary scene. With 10,000 residents, the town is part of a larger Sonoma Valley community with a diverse population of about 40,000. Housing in Sonoma varies from stately craftsmans in the downtown area to rural-feeling properties on the outskirts of town.

Median Home Price: $670,000

Median Household Income: $71,323

2018 Sonoma City Profile (Download)


Windsor offers a variety of options from affordable housing to high-end residential neighborhoods and from single family homes to condominiums and apartments. Officially incorporated in 1992, Windsor is the youngest community in Sonoma County.

Median Home Price: Median Home Price: $579,888

Median Household Income: $82,763

2018 Windsor City Profile (Download)