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Healdsburg, California, is a little slice of paradise full of good food, plenty of retail shops and boutiques, wineries, and tours of various kinds.
The area has excellent schools powered by a public school district that creates room for individualized learning with the full support of the community. There are also a number of private schools as well as nearby colleges and universities.
Healdsburg has a strong public transportation system with a multitude of ways to get around town.
And, if that’s not enough, the comfortable lifestyle in Healdsburg makes it a great place to live, work, learn, and play. Healdsburg feels like home.
Things to Do in Healdsburg
Healdsburg, California, is a vacation destination for visitors from near and far. Some of its main attractions, of course, are wine tasting rooms, wineries, and vineyards.
Healdsburg is also recognized for its diverse and eclectic selection of food, from casual cafes to French Bakeries, tea shops, and elegant fine dining restaurants.
Healdsburg Plaza is a town square that was mapped out in the city’s beginnings, featuring tall shade trees and an open, grassy area with benches. The square is full of retail businesses, art studios, unique boutiques, restaurants, and hotels.
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Education in Healdsburg
The Healdsburg Unified School District manages three schools within Healdsburg, including Healdsburg Elementary School, Healdsburg Junior High School, and Healdsburg High School. There’s also one alternative high school, Marce Becerra Academy.
The district appreciates its small size because it allows individualized attention for students and garners support and respect from parents and community members.
There are also several private schools in Healdsburg, including St. John the Baptist Catholic School for grades K-9, The Healdsburg School for students in grades K-8, and Rio Lindo Adventist Academy for students in grades 9-12. There are also eight private preschools.
There are a number of choices for higher education with colleges and universities surrounding Healdsburg, including Sonoma State University, Santa Rosa Junior College, and the University of San Francisco – Santa Rosa campus.
The Climate in Healdsburg
The sun shares its golden rays with Healdsburg 262 days of the year, far exceeding the US average of 205 sunny days. This creates ample opportunity for enjoying the array of outdoor activities in and around Healdsburg.
High summer temperatures stay far below 100 at just 88 degrees.
There’s some form of measurable precipitation in Healdsburg about 75 days per year, which totals 42 inches of rain per year, barely above the US average of 42 inches of rain annually – yet enough to nourish the vineyards and other agriculture.
Winter lows average 38 degrees, well above freezing, so it doesn’t snow in Healdsburg.
Public Transportation in Healdsburg
Since Healdsburg’s draw is tourism, there are plenty of ways to get from one venue to the next. Rideshare services are available, as are taxis.
There are three bus routes managed by Sonoma County Transit in Healdsburg. One route is local, and the other is an intercity route and a route that connects to the airport train station for the SMART train.
One of the more fun ways to travel in Healdsburg, especially when wine-tasting, is to take a guided tour. But the tours aren’t just for sipping. There are also tours to explore small nearby towns by car, bus, van, or limo, or catch a ride on a motorized trolley, convertible Jeep, or other adventurous vehicles. Or, take the simple route and travel the city by bike via a number of bike trails and lanes.
For domestic flights, the Charles M. Schultz – Sonoma County Airport is 11 miles away in Santa Rosa, and the Oakland International Airport is just 83 miles from Healdsburg. The San Francisco International Airport is another nearby option for air travel.
Living in Healdsburg, California
California’s Healdsburg, in the heart of wine country, spans 4.2 square miles in Sonoma County.
The affluent city with the attractive small-town charm is home to a population of just 11,840 in Healdsburg’s 95448 zip code.
The estimated median household income in Healdsburg, California, is around $87,309, significantly higher than the state’s average median household income of $71,805.
Homes and condos in Healdsburg hold median values of about $792,815, surpassing the California average home value of $509,400.
While it’s true that Healdsburg is a destination for tourists, it’s also a great place to live. The city is small enough to retain an enchanting vibe of community spirit, and yet offers a variety of shops, restaurants, wineries, and things to do.
When you’re designing a custom lifestyle in Sonoma County, consider the rich lifestyle of Healdsburg.
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