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June 24, 2017
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Penngrove’s Biggest Little Parade July 2 Becoming Independent partners with SMART train RP Expressway’s work to continue through the summer may cause delays Rohnert Park Veterinary Clinic The Lions Club raising funds for April Paul Seniors raised funds for Project Graduation SMART partners with City of Cotati on Customer Information Center New Mountain Mike’s locale Sierra Office Supply New Chick-fil-A in town Redwood Empire Food Bank serves local children through summer lunch program Tree replacement in progress RP City Council moves to tighten smoking restrictions VFW honors Rancho teacher Record breaking youth weightlifter trains with Olympic Gold Medalist in Rohnert Park Two young girls channeling their inner Jackson Pollock on T-shirts at free community safety event Cotati hosts Coffee With a Cop March 22 Annual Avenue of Flags Ceremony May 29 CHS annual barbeque set for April 9 Incident at RP Budget Inn ends in death Camping out for chicken RE/MAX PROs moves to their new home No more Sizzler in RP RP City Council shows progress toward quiet zones Who’s got the right numbers? CHS barbeque slated April 9 RP considering adjustments to water rates Quality of life involves many factors Sheriff’s nab escapee and accomplice Bailey receives an award from RP Council Cotati fetes expansion of new park Mackenzie picked to lead MTC RP Mayor Jake Mackenzie receives a Leadership Award from the North Coast Resource Partnership SMART tests for speed Low Impact Development – protecting water quality Local chiropractor provides free care during May Chick-fil-A in process of hiring 75 workers for March 2 opening Beck deemed still a danger Blue Apple Dental opens their door at 6230 State Farm Dr 100 years and 100 days Cop gets busted Fun cracking crabs Sportsman’s Warehouse on their first anniversary in RP RPDPS offers tips on dealing with solicitors Ketchum vying for singer-songwriter title at the Redwood Cafe Cotati 12th annual historical society event BBQ and essay contest was in full swing Cotati Historical Society hosts annual BBQ Sunday No stopping at the crossings Technology High students undertake a worthy cause

Ground breaking near SSU

  • Bert Whitaker, Supervisor David Rabbitt, Vice Mayor Pam Stafford, Rohnert Park Mayor Jake Mackenzie, Supervisor Susan Gorin, Supervisor Shirlee Zane and Bill Keene were on hand for the official ground-breaking ceremony for the trail to Crane Creek Regional Park. The new trail will make it possible to walk or ride a bicycle from Commerce Blvd, past Sonoma State, across Petaluma Hill Road all the way to the park. Robert Grant

June 16, 2017

Last Thursday many elected officials, Rohnert Park City staff and employees from the County of Sonoma were gathered to break ground on a new section of the Copeland Creek path. 

The trail is a three-phase, multi-year effort between the City of Rohnert Park, the County of Sonoma and Sonoma State University to connect Rohnert Park’s existing Copeland Creek Path with a trail all the way to reach Crane Creek Regional Park.

The first phase of the trail is a water tank service road that is being built by the City of Rohnert Park which is planned for completion by the summer of 2018. The 0.5-mile road will jump start the implementation of the remaining segments of the trail, including a multi-use path toward Crane Creek Regional Park to the east and will connect paths on the Sonoma State University campus to the west. The result will be a continuous desirable recreational feature serving the Rohnert Park and Sonoma State University communities and provide access to Sonoma County’s open space and park assets.