City Services

Police, fire, park and recreation facilities are city maintained, along with an independent electrical, water, and sewer utility system. A municipal airport allows additional access to the town, and local transit system provides transportation for residents and visitors.

Healdsburg is home for 19 churches, providing a strong base for community interaction.

Edwin Langhart Museum
Specializing in the presentation of Northern Sonoma county history, the museum is in the restored historic library building at 221 Matheson Street. 

An 11,400 square foot library, located at 139 Piper Street, is part of the Sonoma County Library System. The book capacity is 35,000 with 15,000 volumes for children. It also houses the Sonoma County Wine Library.

Healdsburg District Hospital is a full service, 49-bed acute care hospital, providing 24-hour emergency care.

Medical Clinic
Alliance Medical Center provides primary and preventative medical and dental care.

Other Details
  • Average Household Income: $61,800
  • Average Age: 31.4 years
  • Number of Households: 2005; 4,680 
    Percent Owner Occupied: 60.3%
  • Major Shopping Areas: Downtown Plaza Area, Dry Creek Center, Healdsburg Center, and Vineyard Plaza
  • Housing Developments: Grant Street Village
  • Major Industries: Agriculture / wine, lumber, tourism, small businesses
  • Industries most likely to grow: Small businesses, tourism