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Demographics Analysis

The people of Roseland Cdp, California give the community character. This place is unique because of factors such as population size / density, ethnic background, ratio of males to females, and average age.

Population By Sex By Age
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Male:

Under 5 years : 444

5 to 9 years : 305

10 to 14 years : 176

15 to 17 years : 135

18 and 19 years : 129

20 years : 111

21 years : 41

22 to 24 years : 286

25 to 29 years : 236

30 to 34 years : 310

35 to 39 years : 363

40 to 44 years : 373

45 to 49 years : 240

50 to 54 years : 262

55 to 59 years : 202

60 and 61 years : 75

62 to 64 years : 24

65 and 66 years : 75

67 to 69 years : 26

70 to 74 years : 0

75 to 79 years : 25

80 to 84 years : 16

85 years and over : 6

Female:

Under 5 years : 316

5 to 9 years : 332

10 to 14 years : 264

15 to 17 years : 62

18 and 19 years : 120

20 years : 73

21 years : 69

22 to 24 years : 260

25 to 29 years : 279

30 to 34 years : 196

35 to 39 years : 90

40 to 44 years : 314

45 to 49 years : 235

50 to 54 years : 206

55 to 59 years : 185

60 and 61 years : 58

62 to 64 years : 73

65 and 66 years : 20

67 to 69 years : 65

70 to 74 years : 79

75 to 79 years : 102

80 to 84 years : 49

85 years and over : 79


(updated 2009)



Population By Ancestry
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Ancestry specified:

Single ancestry : 5,743

Multiple ancestry : 1,274

Ancestry not specified:

Ancestry unclassified : 0

Ancestry not reported : 369


(updated 2009)



Population By Citizen Status In The United States
(Roseland Cdp, California)

U.S. citizen, born in the United States : 4,551

U.S. citizen, born in Puerto Rico or U.S. Island Areas : 12

U.S. citizen, born abroad of American parent(s) : 15

U.S. citizen by naturalization : 416

Not a U.S. citizen : 2,392


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Age
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Total:

Under 5 years : 760

5 to 17 years : 1,274

18 to 24 years : 1,089

25 to 34 years : 1,021

35 to 44 years : 1,140

45 to 54 years : 943

55 to 59 years : 387

60 and 61 years : 133

62 to 64 years : 97

65 to 74 years : 265

75 years and over : 277

Born in state of residence:

Under 5 years : 639

5 to 17 years : 1,008

18 to 24 years : 431

25 to 34 years : 374

35 to 44 years : 416

45 to 54 years : 366

55 to 59 years : 139

60 and 61 years : 66

62 to 64 years : 57

65 to 74 years : 128

75 years and over : 144

Born in other state in the United States:

Under 5 years : 0

5 to 17 years : 85

18 to 24 years : 59

25 to 34 years : 65

35 to 44 years : 101

45 to 54 years : 159

55 to 59 years : 127

60 and 61 years : 0

62 to 64 years : 28

65 to 74 years : 61

75 years and over : 98

Native, born outside the United States:

Under 5 years : 0

5 to 17 years : 15

18 to 24 years : 0

25 to 34 years : 0

35 to 44 years : 0

45 to 54 years : 0

55 to 59 years : 0

60 and 61 years : 0

62 to 64 years : 12

65 to 74 years : 0

75 years and over : 0

Foreign born:

Under 5 years : 121

5 to 17 years : 166

18 to 24 years : 599

25 to 34 years : 582

35 to 44 years : 623

45 to 54 years : 418

55 to 59 years : 121

60 and 61 years : 67

62 to 64 years : 0

65 to 74 years : 76

75 years and over : 35


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Sex
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Born in state of residence:

Male : 1,782

Female : 1,986

Born in other state in the United States:

Male : 261

Female : 522

Native: born outside the United States:

Male : 27

Female : 0

Foreign born:

Male : 1,790

Female : 1,018


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Race
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Born in state of residence : 2,426

Born in other state in the United States : 628

Native: born outside the United States : 15

Foreign born : 1,197


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Marital Status
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Born in state of residence:

Never married : 1,056

Now married, except separated : 829

Divorced : 249

Separated : 0

Widowed : 119

Born in other state in the United States:

Never married : 142

Now married, except separated : 368

Divorced : 136

Separated : 9

Widowed : 47

Native: born outside the United States:

Never married : 0

Now married, except separated : 12

Divorced : 0

Separated : 0

Widowed : 0

Foreign born:

Never married : 824

Now married, except separated : 1,575

Divorced : 85

Separated : 89

Widowed : 9


(updated 2009)



Language Spoken At Home By Ability To Speak English (Population Of 5 Years and Older)
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Speak only English : 3,353

Spanish or Spanish Creole:

Speak English "very well" : 886

Speak English less than "very well" : 1,988

French (incl. Patois, Cajun):

Speak English "very well" : 17

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Portuguese or Portuguese Creole:

Speak English "very well" : 9

Speak English less than "very well" : 18

German:

Speak English "very well" : 9

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Russian:

Speak English "very well" : 0

Speak English less than "very well" : 8

Chinese:

Speak English "very well" : 30

Speak English less than "very well" : 34

Korean:

Speak English "very well" : 0

Speak English less than "very well" : 114

Mon-Khmer, Cambodian:

Speak English "very well" : 22

Speak English less than "very well" : 17

Laotian:

Speak English "very well" : 0

Speak English less than "very well" : 70

Other Native North American languages:

Speak English "very well" : 0

Speak English less than "very well" : 9

Arabic:

Speak English "very well" : 0

Speak English less than "very well" : 33

African languages:

Speak English "very well" : 9

Speak English less than "very well" : 0


(updated 2009)



Ancestries in Roseland Cdp, California

  • Other Groups: 3,643   (54.3%)
  • German: 571   (8.5%)
  • Irish: 499   (7.4%)
  • English: 407   (6.1%)
  • Italian: 325   (4.8%)
  • United States Or American: 237   (3.5%)
  • French (except Basque): 230   (3.4%)
  • Scottish: 125   (1.9%)
  • Dutch: 107   (1.6%)
  • Portuguese: 67   (1.0%)
  • Czech: 58   (0.9%)
  • Scotch-irish: 51   (0.8%)
  • Polish: 50   (0.7%)
  • Norwegian: 45   (0.7%)
  • European: 45   (0.7%)
  • Swedish: 37   (0.6%)
  • Danish: 35   (0.5%)
  • Austrian: 24   (0.4%)
  • Welsh: 23   (0.3%)
  • Slavic: 21   (0.3%)
  • Scandinavian: 19   (0.3%)
  • Lithuanian: 18   (0.3%)
  • Ukrainian: 10   (0.1%)
  • Hungarian: 10   (0.1%)
  • Romanian: 9   (0.1%)
  • French Canadian: 9   (0.1%)
  • Russian: 9   (0.1%)
  • Northern European: 9   (0.1%)
  • Finnish: 9   (0.1%)
  • Subsaharan African: 6   (0.1%)

(updated 2010)



Total Population In Roseland Cdp, California is 7,386



(updated 2009)



Male Population in Roseland Cdp, California: 3,860
Female Population in Roseland Cdp, California: 3,526


(updated 2013)



Median Male Resident Age in Roseland Cdp, California: 31.0
Median Female Resident Age in Roseland Cdp, California: 29.4


(updated 2013)



Median Age in the State of California is 35


(updated 2010)



Median Age By Sex in Roseland Cdp, California


White


Both sexes

35.7

Male

33.9

Female

37.7

Black or African American


Both sexes

29.2

Male

30.0

Female

24.0

American Indian and Alaska Native


Both sexes

34.5

Male

25.8

Female

40.8

Asian


Both sexes

34.3

Male

32.0

Female

36.5

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander


Both sexes

12.5

Male

12.5

Female

11.5

Other


Both sexes

26.5

Male

27.5

Female

25.1

Two or More Races


Both sexes

21.9

Male

19.5

Female

23.4

Hispanic or Latino


Both sexes

25.4

Male

25.7

Female

24.9

White / Not Hispanic or Latino


Both sexes

46.8

Male

45.2

Female

48.0


(updated 2010)



Races in Roseland Cdp, California


  • White: 4,266
  • African American: 128
  • American Indian: 454
  • Asian: 361
  • Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander: 0
  • Some Other Race: 1,945
  • Two or More Races: 232



(updated 2013)



The population density in Roseland Cdp, California is 6,727 people per square mile.


(updated 2010)



Foreign Born Residents in Roseland Cdp, California

Roseland Cdp: 2,049
         Asia: 7.6%
         Europe: 0.7%
         Latin America: 91.3%

California: 8,864,255
         Asia: 32.9%
         Europe: 7.9%
         Latin America: 55.6%


(updated 2010)



The daytime population change in Roseland Cdp, California due to commuting is -2,486 (-39.3%).


(updated 2010)



Marriage Population in Roseland Cdp, California

Male:

 

Never Married

18.72%

Now Married:

 

Married, Spouse Present

20.16%

Married, Spouse Absent:

 

Separated

0.58%

Other

3.67%

Widowed

0.94%

Divorced

4.65%

Female:

 

Never Married

15.51%

Now Married:

 

Married, Spouse Present

20.35%

Married, Spouse Absent:

 

Separated

1.86%

Other

2.04%

Widowed

4.65%

Divorced

6.86%

(updated 2010)



Urban/Rural Population in Roseland Cdp, California

Urban:

 

Inside Urbanized Areas

100.00%

Inside Urban Clusters

0.0%

Rural:

 

Farm

0.0%

Nonfarm

0.0%

(updated 2010)



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Education Analysis

The amount of education a person receives can deeply affect their lives. The amount of education Roseland Cdp, California citizens receive, averaged as group, may also affect the community.

Education Level of Population 25 Years and Over in Roseland Cdp, California

Male


  • No Schooling Completed: 132   (7.32%)
  • Nursery To 4th Grade: 75   (4.16%)
  • 5th And 6th Grade: 158   (8.76%)
  • 7th And 8th Grade: 62   (3.44%)
  • 9th Grade: 107   (5.93%)
  • 10th Grade: 63   (3.49%)
  • 11th Grade: 27   (1.5%)
  • 12th Grade, No Diploma: 121   (6.71%)
  • High School Graduate (includes Equivalency): 415   (23.02%)
  • Some College, Less Than 1 Year: 155   (8.6%)
  • Some College, 1 Or More Years, No Degree: 203   (11.26%)
  • Associate Degree: 140   (7.76%)
  • Bachelor's Degree: 120   (6.66%)
  • Master's Degree: 19   (1.05%)
  • Professional School Degree: 6   (0.33%)
  • Doctorate Degree: 0   (0%)

Female


  • No Schooling Completed: 130   (6.61%)
  • Nursery To 4th Grade: 126   (6.41%)
  • 5th And 6th Grade: 100   (5.09%)
  • 7th And 8th Grade: 85   (4.32%)
  • 9th Grade: 77   (3.92%)
  • 10th Grade: 31   (1.58%)
  • 11th Grade: 24   (1.22%)
  • 12th Grade, No Diploma: 109   (5.54%)
  • High School Graduate (includes Equivalency): 597   (30.37%)
  • Some College, Less Than 1 Year: 83   (4.22%)
  • Some College, 1 Or More Years, No Degree: 333   (16.94%)
  • Associate Degree: 95   (4.83%)
  • Bachelor's Degree: 100   (5.09%)
  • Master's Degree: 54   (2.75%)
  • Professional School Degree: 22   (1.12%)
  • Doctorate Degree: 0   (0%)


(updated 2010)



School Enrollment in Roseland Cdp, California

Male:


  • Enrolled In Nursery School, Preschool: 26 (0.9%)
  • Enrolled In Kindergarten: 51 (1.7%)
  • Enrolled In Grade 1 To Grade 4: 287 (9.5%)
  • Enrolled In Grade 5 To Grade 8: 150 (5.0%)
  • Enrolled In Grade 9 To Grade 12: 271 (9.0%)
  • Enrolled In College, Undergraduate Years: 67 (2.2%)
  • Enrolled In Graduate Or Professional School: 0 (0.0%)
  • Not Enrolled In School: 2,175 (71.9%)

Female:


  • Enrolled In Nursery School, Preschool: 90 (2.7%)
  • Enrolled In Kindergarten: 89 (2.7%)
  • Enrolled In Grade 1 To Grade 4: 277 (8.4%)
  • Enrolled In Grade 5 To Grade 8: 275 (8.3%)
  • Enrolled In Grade 9 To Grade 12: 207 (6.3%)
  • Enrolled In College, Undergraduate Years: 137 (4.1%)
  • Enrolled In Graduate Or Professional School: 17 (0.5%)
  • Not Enrolled In School: 2,211 (66.9%)

(updated 2010)



Largest School Agency's In Roseland Cdp, California

  • Santa Rosa High


    ( Grades: 5-12, Location: 211 Ridgway Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 528-5181, Students: 12,424 )

  • Santa Rosa Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-8, Location: 211 Ridgway Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 528-5352, Students: 4,596 )

  • Rincon Valley Union Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-8, Location: 1000 Yulupa Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95405, Phone: (707) 542-7375, Students: 2,895 )

  • Bellevue Union Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 3223 Primrose Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 542-5197, Students: 1,738 )

  • Roseland Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-12, Location: 950 Sebastopol Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 545-0102, Students: 1,718 )

  • Piner-olivet Union Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-12, Location: 3450 Coffey Ln., Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 522-3000, Students: 1,685 )

  • Mark West Union Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-8, Location: 305 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Phone: (707) 524-2970, Students: 1,534 )

  • Wright Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 4385 Price Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 542-0550, Students: 1,425 )

  • Sonoma County Office Of Education


    ( Grades: KG-12, Location: 5340 Skylane Blvd., Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 524-2600, Students: 965 )

  • Bennett Valley Union Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 2250 Mesquite Dr., Santa Rosa, CA 95405, Phone: (707) 542-2201, Students: 962 )

  • Oak Grove Union Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-8, Location: 5285 Hall Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 545-0171, Students: 689 )

  • Sonoma County Rop


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: 5340 Skylane Blvd., Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 524-2720, )

Largest Elementary & Middle Schools (Public) In Roseland Cdp, California

  • Herbert Slater Middle


    ( Grades: 7-8, Location: 3500 Sonoma Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95405, Phone: (707) 528-5241, Students: 835 )

  • Rincon Valley Middle


    ( Grades: 7-8, Location: 4650 Badger Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95409, Phone: (707) 528-5255, Students: 799 )

  • Santa Rosa Middle


    ( Grades: 6-8, Location: 500 E St., Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Phone: (707) 528-5281, Students: 732 )

  • Roseland Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 950 Sebastopol Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 545-0100, Students: 690 )

  • Sheppard Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 1777 West Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 546-7050, Students: 676 )

  • Pathways Charter


    ( Grades: KG-12, Location: 607 Bobelaine Dr., Santa Rosa, CA 95405, Phone: (707) 573-6117, Students: 668 )

  • Kawana Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 2121 Moraga Dr., Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Phone: (707) 545-4283, Students: 655 )

  • Hidden Valley Elementary Satellite


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 3555 Parker Hill Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Phone: (707) 522-3190, Students: 653 )

  • Lawrence Cook Middle


    ( Grades: 7-8, Location: 2480 Sebastopol Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 528-5156, Students: 650 )

  • Bellevue Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 3223 Primrose Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 542-5195, Students: 565 )

  • Robert L. Stevens Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 2345 Giffen Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 575-8883, Students: 539 )

  • John B. Riebli Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 315 Mark West Springs Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Phone: (707) 524-2980, Students: 539 )

  • Meadow View Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 2665 Dutton Meadow Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 541-3715, Students: 518 )

  • Yulupa Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-3, Location: 2250 Mesquite Dr., Santa Rosa, CA 95405, Phone: (707) 542-6272, Students: 517 )

  • Albert F. Biella Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 2140 Jennings Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 522-3110, Students: 516 )

  • Hilliard Comstock Middle


    ( Grades: 7-8, Location: 2750 West Steele Ln., Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 528-5266, Students: 510 )

  • Mattie Washburn Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-1, Location: 75 Pleasant Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 837-7727, Students: 509 )

  • J. X. Wilson Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 246 Brittain Ln., Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 525-8350, Students: 503 )

  • Sonoma County Special Education


    ( Grades: KG-12, Location: 5340 Skylane Blvd., Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 524-2700, Students: 461 )

  • Helen M. Lehman Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 1700 Jennings Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 522-3200, Students: 453 )

Largest High Schools (Public) In Roseland Cdp, California

  • Santa Rosa High


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: 1235 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 528-5291, Students: 2,030 )

  • Montgomery High


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: 1250 Hahman Dr., Santa Rosa, CA 95405, Phone: (707) 528-5191, Students: 1,906 )

  • Maria Carrillo High


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: 6975 Montecito Blvd., Santa Rosa, CA 95409, Phone: (707) 528-5790, Students: 1,574 )

  • Elsie Allen High


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: 599 Bellevue Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 528-5020, Students: 1,344 )

  • Piner High


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: 1700 Fulton Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 528-5245, Students: 1,338 )

  • Sonoma County Alternative Education Programs


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: 5340 Skyline Blvd., Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 524-2876, Students: 380 )

  • Ridgway High (continuation)


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: 325 Ridgway Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 528-5325, Students: 340 )

  • Lewis Opportunity


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: 2230 Lomitas Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Phone: (707) 284-8225, Students: 85 )

  • Midrose High


    ( Grades: 10-12, Location: 599 Bellevue Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 528-5041, Students: 47 )

  • Mesa High


    ( Grades: 11-12, Location: 1235 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 528-5227, Students: 44 )

  • Grace High


    ( Grades: 11-12, Location: 1700 Fulton Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 528-5756, Students: 44 )

  • Nueva Vista High


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: 2230 Lomitas Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Phone: (707) 522-3291, Students: 33 )

  • Abraxis Charter


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: Po Box 2587, Santa Rosa, CA 95405, Phone: (707) 568-4492, Students: 21 )

  • Sonoma County Rop


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: 5340 Skylane Blvd., Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 524-2720, )

Largest Universities & Colleges In Roseland Cdp, California

  • Santa Rosa Junior College


    ( 2-year, Public, Student Population: 25,626; Location: 501 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Web: http://www.santarosa.edu )

  • Empire College School Of Business


    ( 2-year, Private for-profit, Student Population: 900; Location: 035 Cleveland Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Web: http://www.empcol.edu )

  • Lytles Redwood Empire Beauty College Inc


    ( < 2-year, Private for-profit, Student Population: 95; Location: 86 Wikiup Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Web: http://www.lytles-rebc.com )

Largest Schools (Private) In Roseland Cdp, California

  • Rincon Valley Christian School


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: 4585 Badger Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95409, Phone: (707) 539-1486, Students: 420 )

  • Rincon


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: Po Box 2587 697 Benicia Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 95405, Phone: (707) 537-1486, Students: 418 )

  • Summerfield Waldorf School


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: 655 Willowside Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 575-7194, Students: 362 )

  • St Eugene Cathedral School


    ( Grades: K-8, Location: 300 Farmers Lane, Santa Rosa, CA 95405, Phone: (707) 545-7252, Students: 346 )

  • St Rose Elementary School


    ( Grades: K-8, Location: 4300 Old Redwood Highway, Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 545-0379, Students: 339 )

  • Santa Rosa Christian School


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: 950 S Wright Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 542-6414, Students: 259 )

  • Redwood Adventist Academy


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: 385 Mark West Springs Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Phone: (707) 545-1697, Students: 157 )

  • St Luke Lutheran School


    ( Grades: K-8, Location: 905 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 545-0526, Students: 105 )

  • Merryhill School


    ( Grades: K-8, Location: 4580 Bennett View Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Phone: (707) 575-0910, Students: 96 )

  • North Valley School


    ( Grades: 3-12, Location: 3164 Condo Court, Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 360-1901, Students: 64 )

  • Shady Oaks Elementary School


    ( Grades: K-4, Location: 1281 Edwards Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401, Phone: (707) 759-1883, Students: 54 )

  • Stuart Preparatory School


    ( Grades: K-8, Location: 431 Humboldt Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Phone: (707) 528-0721, Students: 45 )

  • Anova Center For Education


    ( Grades: 1-12, Location: 3033 Cleveland Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 527-0183, Students: 44 )

  • New Horizon School & Learning Center


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: 827 3rd Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95404, Phone: (707) 579-3723, Students: 36 )

  • Guadalupe Private School


    ( Grades: K-8, Location: 4614 Old Redwood Highway, Santa Rosa, CA 95403, Phone: (707) 546-5399, Students: 33 )

  • New Directions Adolescent Services


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: 3641 Stony Point Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95407, Phone: (707) 585-3700, Students: 23 )

  • Bethlehem Children's Center & Kindergart


    ( Grades: K-K, Location: 1300 Saint Francis Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95409, Phone: (707) 538-2266, Students: 22 )

Academic Libraries In Roseland Cdp, California

(updated 2005)

Public Libraries (Branch) In Roseland Cdp, California

  • Northwest Regional Library


    150 Coddingtown Center, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

  • Rincon Valley Regional Library


    6959 Montecito Blvd, Santa Rosa, CA 95409

  • Sonoma County History & Genealogy


    211 E Street Annex, Santa Rosa, CA 95404

(updated 2012)

Public Libraries (Central) In Roseland Cdp, California

  • Central Library


    211 E Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95404

(updated 2012)



Museums Near Roseland Cdp, California


  • American Society Of Church History


    2585 Edgewater Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95407

  • Calif Northwestern Railway Museum


    50 W 6th St, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

  • California Indian Museum & Cultural Center


    5250 Aero Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
    http://www.cimcc.org

  • California Wine Museum


    110 Stony Point Rd Ste 210, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

  • Charles M Schulz Museum And Research Center


    2301 Hardies Ln, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
    http://www.schulzmuseum.org

  • Childrens Museum Of Sonoma County


    Po Box 12323, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

  • Clan Cochrane In North America


    4671 Petaluma Hill Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95404

  • Cultural Arts Council Of Sonoma County


    404 Mendocino Ave Ste C, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
    http://www.sonomaarts.com

  • Historic Railroad Square Association


    Po Box 4114, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

  • Luther Burbank Home & Gardens


    , Santa Rosa, CA 95405

  • Luther Burbank Home & Gardens Association


    100 Santa Rosa Ave No 10, Santa Rosa, CA 95404

  • Northwestern Pacific Railroad Historical Society Inc


    Po Box 667, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

  • Pacific Coast Air Museum


    2230 Becker Blvd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
    http://www.pacificcoastairmuseum.org

  • Red Oak Victory Amateur Radio Club


    1451 Keiser Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95404

  • Redwood Empire Live Steamers Inc


    Po Box 4594, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

  • Safari West Wildlife Foundation


    3115 Porter Creek Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95404
    http://www.safariwest.com

  • Santa Rosa Art Guild


    Po Box 307, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

  • Sonoma County Historical Society


    Po Box 1373, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

  • Sonoma County Model Railroad Society


    100 Foley Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

  • Sonoma County Museum


    425 Seventh Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

  • Sonoma County Museum Foundation


    425 7th St, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
    http://www.sonomacountymuseum.com

  • Sonoma Museum Of Visual Art


    50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

(updated 2014)



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Geography Analysis

The actual land features relating to Roseland Cdp, California affect how people live their lives. Natural features such as oceans, mountains, lakes, plains, and deserts all make a difference in the lives of individuals. The types of housing, heating fuels, and transportation infrastructure are largely influenced by the geography of Roseland Cdp, California.

Area Features of Roseland Cdp, California


Airport


(1) Santa Rosa Air Park Historical   (2) Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital Heliport  

Basin


(1) Rincon Valley  

Building


(1) Analy Hall   (2) Barnett Hall   (3) Bennett Valley Fire Protection District   (4) Bennett Valley Grange Hall   (5) Bussman Hall   (6) Chanate Hall   (7) Department Of Forestry And Fire Protection Satna Rosa Station   (8) Doyle Tilden Center   (9) Garcia Hall   (10) Geary Hall   (11) Hillcrest Detention Home Historical   (12) Jesse Peter Memorial Museum   (13) Luther Burbank Center For The Arts   (14) Luther Burbank Theatre   (15) Pioneer Hall   (16) Rincon Valley Fire Protection District Alpine Station   (17) Rincon Valley Fire Protection District Bellevue Station   (18) Rincon Valley Fire Protection District Larkfield Station   (19) Rincon Valley Fire Protection District Rincon Station   (20) Ripley Museum   (21) Santa Rosa Central Branch Sonoma County Library   (22) Santa Rosa City Hall   (23) Santa Rosa Fire Department Station 1 Headquarters   (24) Santa Rosa Fire Department Station 10   (25) Santa Rosa Fire Department Station 11   (26) Santa Rosa Fire Department Station 2   (27) Santa Rosa Fire Department Station 3   (28) Santa Rosa Fire Department Station 4   (29) Santa Rosa Fire Department Station 5   (30) Santa Rosa Fire Department Station 6   (31) Santa Rosa Fire Department Station 7   (32) Santa Rosa Fire Department Station 8   (33) Santa Rosa Seniors Center   (34) Sonoma County Law Library   (35) Sonoma County Museum   (36) Sonoma County Sheriff S Office Santa Rosa   (37) Sonoma Life Support Post 1 Headquarters   (38) Sonoma Life Support Post 16   (39) Truzer Gymnasium   (40) Veterans Memorial Auditorium  

Canal


(1) Colgan Creek Flood Control Channel   (2) Santa Rosa Flood Control Channel  

Cemetery


(1) Bennett Valley Cemetery   (2) Chapel Of The Chimes Cemetery   (3) Fulkerson Cemetery   (4) Independent Order Of Oddfellows Cemetery   (5) Macedonia Cemetery   (6) Moke Cemetery   (7) Pythian Home Cemetery   (8) Santa Rosa Calvary Cemetery   (9) Santa Rosa Memorial Park   (10) Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery   (11) Stanley Cemetery   (12) Steele Family Cemetery  

Census


(1) Larkfield-wikiup Census Designated Place   (2) Roseland Census Designated Place  

Church


(1) Apostolic Bible Church   (2) Bennett Valley Baptist Church   (3) Bethlehem Lutheran Church   (4) Calvary Chapel Fellowship Church   (5) Church Built From One Tree   (6) Church Of Christ   (7) Church Of Christ Santa Rosa   (8) Church Of Religious Science   (9) Church Of The Incarnation   (10) Church Of The Nazarene   (11) Community Baptist Church   (12) Crossroads Evangelical Church   (13) First Baptist Church   (14) First Church Of Christ Scientist   (15) First Congregational Church Of Santa Rosa   (16) First Presbyterian Church   (17) First United Methodist Church   (18) Foursquare Gospel Church   (19) Landmark Baptist Church   (20) Open Door Community Church   (21) Presbyterian Church Of The Roses   (22) Saint Eugenes Cathedral   (23) Saint Lukes Lutheran Church   (24) Saint Rose Catholic Church   (25) Santa Rosa Baptist Church   (26) The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints   (27) United Pentecostal Church  

Civil


(1) Cabeza De Santa Rosa   (2) City Of Santa Rosa   (3) Llano De Santa Rosa   (4) Santa Rosa Division  

Dam


(1) Annadel Number 1 1-070 Dam   (2) Fountaingrove 1421 Dam   (3) Lake Ralphine 1050 Dam   (4) Matanzas Creek 1002-004 Dam   (5) Meadow Lane 1050-003 Dam   (6) Mid Fork Brush Creek 1002-003 Dam   (7) Piner Creek 1002-002 Dam   (8) Pond Number 2 1050-002 Dam   (9) Salinger 1420 Dam   (10) Santa Rosa Creek Reservoir 1002-005 Dam   (11) Silver Shoon Ranch 2422 Dam   (12) South Saddle Dam   (13) West Saddle Dam  

Flat


(1) False Lake Meadow  

Hospital


(1) Brookwood Hospital   (2) Community Hospital Of Sonoma County   (3) Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center   (4) Lopus Hospital Historical   (5) Rone Hospital Historical   (6) Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital Fulton Campus   (7) Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital Main Campus   (8) Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital Sotoyome Campus   (9) Sutter Medical Center Of Santa Rosa   (10) Sutter Warrack Hospital  

Locale


(1) Aggio Dairy   (2) Alder Glen Picnic Area   (3) Azalea Creek Picnic Area   (4) Bennett Valley Golf Course   (5) Bennett Valley Shopping Center   (6) Brickyard Center Shopping Center   (7) Coddington Regional Shopping Center   (8) Flamingo One Stop Shopping Center   (9) Fountain Grove Golf And Country Club   (10) Fulton Marketplace Shopping Center   (11) Homestead Meadow Picnic Area   (12) Lakeside Shopping Center   (13) Mark West Creek Rancheria   (14) Matanzas Creek Winery   (15) Mayette Village Shopping Center   (16) Mccormick Ranch   (17) Montecito Shopping Center   (18) Montgomery Village Shopping Center   (19) Pine Flat Picnic Area   (20) Quarry Picnic Area   (21) Redwood Plaza Shopping Center   (22) Saint Francis Shopping Center   (23) Santa Rosa Boys Club   (24) Santa Rosa Centre Shopping Center   (25) Santa Rosa Golf And Country Club   (26) Santa Rosa Industrial Airpark   (27) Santa Rosa Plaza Shopping Center   (28) Sebastopol Grange   (29) Sonoma County Administration Center   (30) Town And Country Shopping Center   (31) West College Treatment Plant   (32) Wikiup Golf Course   (33) Wye  

Military


(1) Naval Auxiliary Air Station Santa Rosa Historical  

Park


(1) Annadel State Park   (2) Bicentennial Park   (3) Burbank Playground   (4) Coffee Park   (5) Coffey Park   (6) De Meo Park   (7) Doyle Park   (8) Eastside Park   (9) Finley Community Park   (10) Fountain Grove Community Park   (11) Franklin Park   (12) Fremont Park   (13) Galvan Community Park   (14) Hidden Valley Park   (15) Howarth Memorial Park   (16) Humboldt Street Park   (17) Jacobs Park   (18) Julliard Park   (19) Live Oak Park   (20) Luther Burbank Gardens   (21) Martin Luther King Junior Park   (22) Matanzas Park   (23) Mesquite Park   (24) North Park   (25) Northwest Community Park   (26) Oak Green Park   (27) Old Court House Square   (28) Olive Park   (29) Peterson Park   (30) Rae Street Park   (31) Railroad Park   (32) Railroad Square Historic District   (33) Rincon Valley Community Park   (34) Rincon Valley Little League Park   (35) Sonoma Avenue Park   (36) Sonoma County Fairgrounds   (37) Southwest Community Park   (38) Spring Lake Park   (39) Steele Lane Park   (40) Tanglewood Park   (41) Upper Brush Creek Neighborhood Park   (42) West Park   (43) Youth Community Park  

Pillar


(1) Castle Rock  

Populated Place


(1) Bak   (2) Bellevue   (3) Cadwell   (4) Cunningham   (5) Fredericks   (6) Larkfield   (7) Llano   (8) Mark West Springs   (9) Mccauley Historical   (10) Melita   (11) Monroe   (12) Montgomery Village   (13) Oakmont   (14) Riccas Corner   (15) Roseland   (16) Santa Rosa   (17) South Santa Rosa   (18) Wikiup  

Post Office


(1) Carillo Post Office Historical   (2) Montgomery Village Branch Santa Rosa Post Office   (3) Santa Rosa Post Office  

Reservoir


(1) Brush Creek Reservoir   (2) Fountaingrove Lake   (3) Lake Ilsanjo   (4) Lake Ralphine   (5) Matanzas Creek Reservoir   (6) Pine Creek Reservoir   (7) Santa Rosa Creek Reservoir  

Ridge


(1) Horse Hill  

School


(1) Abraham Lincoln Elementary School   (2) Abraxis Charter School   (3) Albert F Biella Elementary School   (4) Alpine School   (5) Austin Creek Elementary School   (6) Bellevue Elementary School   (7) Bennett Valley School   (8) Bennett Valley Union Elementary School   (9) Binkley Elementary School   (10) Brook Hill Elementary School   (11) Brush Creek Montessori School   (12) Cardinal Newman High School   (13) Career Academy At Piner - Olivet School   (14) College Oak Montessori School   (15) Covenant Christian School   (16) Douglas Whited Elementary School   (17) Doyle Park Elementary School   (18) Elsie Allen High School   (19) Empire College School Of Business   (20) Fremont School   (21) Grace High School   (22) Gravenstein Elementary School   (23) Guadalupe Private School   (24) Hall School   (25) Helen Lehman Elementary School   (26) Herbert Slater Middle School   (27) Hidden Valley Elementary School   (28) Hidden Valley Satellite School   (29) Higham Family School   (30) Hilliard Comstock Middle School   (31) J X Wilson Elementary School   (32) James Monroe Elementary School   (33) John B Riebli Elementary School   (34) John Fremont Elementary School   (35) Kawana Elementary School   (36) Kaweah High School   (37) Kid Street Charter School   (38) Lattice Foundation Intensive Education Center   (39) Lawrence Cook Middle School   (40) Lewis Adult Education Center   (41) Lincoln Art Center   (42) Los Alamos School Historical   (43) Luther Burbank Elementary School   (44) Madrone Elementary School   (45) Maria Carrillo High School   (46) Matanzas Elementary School   (47) Meadow View Elementary School   (48) Merryhill School   (49) Mesa High School   (50) Midrose High School   (51) Monroe School   (52) Montgomery High School   (53) Mount Vernon School   (54) New Horizon School And Learning Center   (55) North Valley School   (56) Nueva Vista High School   (57) Olivet Elementary School   (58) Open Bible Christian Academy   (59) Piner Elementary School   (60) Piner High School   (61) Proctor Terrace Elementary School   (62) Redwood Christian School   (63) Ridgway High School   (64) Riebli School Historical   (65) Rincon Valley Charter School   (66) Rincon Valley Christian School   (67) Rincon Valley Middle School   (68) Robert L Stevens Elementary School   (69) Roseland Charter Middle School   (70) Roseland Elementary School   (71) Roseland University Preparatory High School   (72) Saint Eugene Cathedral School   (73) Saint Luke Lutheran School   (74) Saint Rose Elementary School   (75) Saint Rose School   (76) Santa Rosa Accelerated Charter School   (77) Santa Rosa Charter School   (78) Santa Rosa Christian School   (79) Santa Rosa High School   (80) Santa Rosa Junior College   (81) Santa Rosa Middle School   (82) Schaefer Elementary School   (83) Sequoia Elementary School   (84) Sheppard Accelerated Elementary School   (85) Sonoma County Alternative School   (86) South Park School   (87) Spring Creek Elementary School   (88) Steele Lane Elementary School   (89) Steele Lane Elementary School Annex   (90) Stewart Erwin School   (91) Strawberry Elementary School   (92) Stuart Preparatory School   (93) Summerfield Waldorf School   (94) Tarwater School Historical   (95) Taylor Mountain Elementary School   (96) Ursuline High School   (97) Valley View School   (98) Village Elementary School   (99) Wallas School Historical   (100) Willowside Elementary School   (101) Willowside Middle School   (102) Wright Elementary School   (103) Yulupa School  

Spring


(1) Big Spring   (2) Hunter Spring   (3) Kawana Springs   (4) Peters Springs  

Stream


(1) Blucher Creek   (2) Deadhorse Creek   (3) Ducker Creek   (4) Humbug Creek   (5) Laguna De Santa Rosa   (6) Matanzas Creek   (7) Mill Creek   (8) Neal Creek   (9) Porter Creek   (10) Rincon Creek   (11) Salt Creek   (12) South Fork Matanzas Creek   (13) Spring Creek   (14) Van Buren Creek   (15) Weeks Creek  

Summit


(1) Bennett Mountain   (2) Buzzard Peak   (3) Diamond Mountain   (4) Mount Hood   (5) Redwood Hill   (6) Sugarloaf   (7) Taylor Mountain  

Tower


(1) Kezd-am Windsor   (2) Krpq-fm Rohnert Park   (3) Krrs-am Santa Rosa   (4) Krve-am Santa Rosa   (5) Ksro-am Santa Rosa   (6) Kxfx-fm Santa Rosa   (7) Kzst-fm Santa Rosa  

Trail


(1) Canyon Trail   (2) Channel Trail   (3) Cobblestone Trail   (4) Hood Mountain Trail   (5) Lake Trail   (6) Live Oak Trail   (7) Louis Trail   (8) Lower Steves Trail   (9) Middle Steves Trail   (10) North Burma Trail   (11) Orchard Trail   (12) Rough Go Trail   (13) Santa Rosa Creek Trail   (14) South Burma Trail   (15) Spring Creek Trail  

Valley


(1) Bennett Valley   (2) Gates Canyon  


(updated 2014)



Zip Codes in Roseland Cdp, California

95403 (pop. 40,258) 95401 (pop. 36,120) 95404 (pop. 35,056)
95407 (pop. 30,868) 95409 (pop. 25,706) 95405 (pop. 22,247)


Cities Nearby Roseland Cdp, California

Santa Rosa City, CA  (pop. 170,493) 2.2 Miles
Santa Rosa Ccd, CA  (pop. 196,542) 2.2 Miles
Rohnert Park City, CA  (pop. 41,184) 5.4 Miles
Sebastopol City, CA  (pop. 7,512) 5.7 Miles
Larkfield-wikiup Cdp, CA  (pop. 7,321) 6.2 Miles
Sebastopol Ccd, CA  (pop. 26,979) 6.3 Miles
Cotati City, CA  (pop. 7,118) 6.5 Miles
Graton Cdp, CA  (pop. 1,812) 7.7 Miles
Windsor Town, CA  (pop. 27,068) 9.6 Miles
Forestville Cdp, CA  (pop. 2,351) 10.1 Miles



Area Code(s) in Roseland Cdp, California

707



Elevation in Roseland Cdp, California is 200.0 ft. (61.0 meters)



Land Area in Roseland Cdp, California: 0.9 Sq. Miles
Water Area in Roseland Cdp, California: 0.0 Sq. Miles



Latitude/Longitude of Roseland Cdp, California

Lat: 38.421491 N        Long: -122.725974 W



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Economic Analysis

People and the communities they live in depend on money. The people of Roseland Cdp, California need food, shelter, clothing, and medical care. Business formation and job creation are essential to this community. Money sustains infrastructure such as roads and airports as well as human resources including fire rescue and police protection.

Energy Costs In California

    Residential
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Commercial
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Industrial
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Other
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Transportation
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Total
(cents per
kilowatthour)
1990              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 9.98 9.46 7.28 4.53 0.00 8.84
  Total Electric Industry 9.98 9.46 7.28 4.53 0.00 8.84
1991              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 10.79 10.04 7.58 5.05 0.00 9.42
  Total Electric Industry 10.79 10.04 7.58 5.05 0.00 9.42
1992              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.07 10.33 7.59 5.54 0.00 9.66
  Total Electric Industry 11.07 10.33 7.59 5.54 0.00 9.66
1993              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.30 10.46 7.33 5.05 0.00 9.69
  Total Electric Industry 11.30 10.46 7.33 5.05 0.00 9.69
1994              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.43 10.90 7.09 5.00 0.00 9.78
  Total Electric Industry 11.43 10.90 7.09 5.00 0.00 9.78
1995              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.61 10.49 7.37 6.73 0.00 9.91
  Total Electric Industry 11.61 10.49 7.37 6.73 0.00 9.91
1996              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.33 9.83 6.97 6.45 0.00 9.48
  Total Electric Industry 11.33 9.83 6.97 6.45 0.00 9.48
1997              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 11.50 9.98 6.95 7.50 0.00 9.54
  Total Electric Industry 11.50 9.98 6.95 7.50 0.00 9.54
1998              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 10.60 9.66 6.59 5.06 0.00 9.03
  Total Electric Industry 10.60 9.66 6.59 5.06 0.00 9.03
1999              
  Energy-Only Providers 4.10 3.65 3.00 3.28 0.00 3.28
  Full-Service Providers 10.71 10.05 7.16 4.16 0.00 9.34
  Total Electric Industry 10.64 9.44 6.27 4.15 0.00 8.75
2000              
  Energy-Only Providers 13.64 7.82 6.78 9.36 0.00 7.63
  Full-Service Providers 10.85 10.55 7.22 4.79 0.00 9.66
  Total Electric Industry 10.89 10.25 7.14 4.87 0.00 9.47
2001              
  Delivery-Only Service 0.48 1.35 2.08 2.09 0.00 1.67
  Energy-Only Providers 13.21 8.02 7.49 10.78 0.00 8.21
  Full-Service Providers 12.08 12.41 9.54 8.47 0.00 11.41
  Total Electric Industry 12.09 12.15 9.23 8.48 0.00 11.22
2002              
  Delivery-Only Service 5.80 3.57 2.17 5.73 0.00 2.95
  Energy-Only Providers 8.12 6.00 6.18 17.16 0.00 6.14
  Full-Service Providers 12.63 13.84 10.23 6.53 0.00 12.52
  Total Electric Industry 12.64 13.36 9.81 6.60 0.00 12.19
2003              
  Delivery-Only Service 5.43 3.90 2.72 0.00 0.47 3.33
  Energy-Only Providers 7.41 5.76 6.18 0.00 3.47 5.94
  Full-Service Providers 12.23 12.83 9.79 0.00 7.38 12.05
  Total Electric Industry 12.23 12.48 9.59 0.00 5.80 11.78
2004              
  Delivery-Only Service 5.66 4.31 3.14 0.00 0.50 3.72
  Energy-Only Providers 6.88 5.90 5.95 0.00 3.59 5.90
  Full-Service Providers 12.20 11.81 9.33 0.00 8.03 11.53
  Total Electric Industry 12.20 11.64 9.27 0.00 6.42 11.35
2005              
  Delivery-Only Service 7.42 4.62 3.48 0.00 0.50 4.07
  Energy-Only Providers 9.52 6.83 6.68 0.00 3.95 6.75
  Full-Service Providers 12.49 11.97 9.39 0.00 8.11 11.71
  Total Electric Industry 12.51 11.92 9.55 0.00 6.55 11.63
2006              
  Delivery-Only Service 7.79 4.92 3.54 0.00 0.55 4.27
  Energy-Only Providers 10.57 7.66 7.17 0.00 3.82 7.41
  Full-Service Providers 14.32 12.93 9.95 0.00 7.66 12.92
  Total Electric Industry 14.33 12.90 10.09 0.00 6.29 12.82

(updated 2006)



Time Leaving to Work in Roseland Cdp, California

12:00 A.M. TO 4:59 A.M.   : 148   (5.6%)
5:00 A.M. TO 5:29 A.M.   : 121   (4.6%)
5:30 A.M. TO 5:59 A.M.   : 214   (8.1%)
6:00 A.M. TO 6:29 A.M.   : 197   (7.5%)
6:30 A.M. TO 6:59 A.M.   : 328   (12.4%)
7:00 A.M. TO 7:29 A.M.   : 388   (14.7%)
7:30 A.M. TO 7:59 A.M.   : 394   (14.9%)
8:00 A.M. TO 8:29 A.M.   : 209   (7.9%)
8:30 A.M. TO 8:59 A.M.   : 65   (2.5%)
9:00 A.M. TO 9:59 A.M.   : 165   (6.3%)
10:00 A.M. TO 10:59 A.M.   : 36   (1.4%)
11:00 A.M. TO 11:59 A.M.   : 36   (1.4%)
12:00 P.M. TO 3:59 P.M.   : 121   (4.6%)
4:00 P.M. TO 11:59 P.M.   : 217   (8.2%)


(updated 2010)



Means Of Transportation
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Car, truck, or van:

Drove alone : 2,261

Carpooled:

In 2-person carpool : 580

In 3-person carpool : 51

In 4-person carpool : 28

In 5- or 6-person carpool : 0

In 7-or-more-person carpool : 15

Public transportation (excluding taxicab):

Bus or trolley bus : 130

Streetcar or trolley car (carro publico in Puerto Rico) : 0

Subway or elevated : 0

Railroad : 0

Ferryboat : 0

Taxicab : 0

Motorcycle : 0

Bicycle : 11

Walked : 48

Other means : 104

Worked at home : 173


(updated 2009)



Travel Time To Work
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Less than 5 minutes : 60

5 to 9 minutes : 369

10 to 14 minutes : 555

15 to 19 minutes : 571

20 to 24 minutes : 445

25 to 29 minutes : 44

30 to 34 minutes : 680

35 to 39 minutes : 130

40 to 44 minutes : 48

45 to 59 minutes : 67

60 to 89 minutes : 187

90 or more minutes : 72


(updated 2009)



Social Security Income In The Past 12 Months For Households
(Roseland Cdp, California)

With Social Security income : 296

No Social Security income : 1,824


(updated 2009)



Retirement Income In The Past 12 Months For Households
(Roseland Cdp, California)

With retirement income : 243

No retirement income : 1,877


(updated 2009)



Family Income (Annual)
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Less than $10,000 : 73

$10,000 to $14,999 : 0

$15,000 to $19,999 : 210

$20,000 to $24,999 : 105

$25,000 to $29,999 : 105

$30,000 to $34,999 : 23

$35,000 to $39,999 : 44

$40,000 to $44,999 : 59

$45,000 to $49,999 : 125

$50,000 to $59,999 : 137

$60,000 to $74,999 : 372

$75,000 to $99,999 : 209

$100,000 to $124,999 : 118

$125,000 to $149,999 : 15

$150,000 to $199,999 : 0

$200,000 or more : 19


(updated 2009)



Median Family Income (Annual)
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Median family income in the past 12 months (in 2009 inflation-adjusted dollars) : $55,000


(updated 2009)



AM Radio Stations Near Roseland Cdp, California

  • KSRO (1350 AM; 5.0 kW; Santa Rosa, CA; Owner: Maverick Media Of Santa Rosa License Llc)
  • KVON (1440 AM; 5.0 kW; Napa, CA; Owner: Wine Country Broadcasting Company)
  • KRRS (1460 AM; 1.0 kW; Santa Rosa, CA; Owner: Moon Broadcasting Licensee Llc)
  • KTOB (1490 AM; 1.0 kW; Petaluma, CA; Owner: Moon Broadcasting Licensee Llc)
  • KCBS (740 AM; 50.0 kW; Novato, CA; Owner: Cbs Radio East Inc.)
  • KTRB (860 AM; 50.0 kW; Napa, CA; Owner: Pappas Radio Of California, A California L. P.)

FM Radio Stations Near Roseland Cdp, California

  • KZST (100.1 FM; Santa Rosa, CA; Owner: Redwood Empire Stereocasters)
  • KVVZ (100.7 FM; San Rafael, CA; Owner: Univision Radio License Corporation)
  • KSXY (100.9 FM; Calistoga, CA; Owner: Sinclair Telecable, Inc. D/b/a Sinclair Communications)
  • KXFX (101.7 FM; Santa Rosa, CA; Owner: Maverick Media Of Santa Rosa License Llc)
  • KJOR (104.1 FM; Forestville, CA; Owner: Lazer Licenses, Llc)
  • KMHX (104.9 FM; Cotati, CA; Owner: Maverick Media Of Santa)
  • KSRH (88.1 FM; San Rafael, CA; Owner: San Rafael High School)
  • NEW (88.1 FM; Bodega Bay, CA; Owner: Free Mind Media)
  • NEW (88.1 FM; Bodega Bay, CA; Owner: One Ministries, Inc.)
  • KBBF (89.1 FM; Calistoga, CA; Owner: Bilingual Broadcasting Foundation, Inc.)
  • NEW (89.3 FM; Inverness, CA; Owner: Colina Alta Ministries, Inc.)
  • NEW (89.3 FM; Woodacre, CA; Owner: Multisensory Interactive Learning Institute (mili))
  • NEW (89.5 FM; Napa, CA; Owner: Calvary Chapel Of Twin Falls, Inc.)
  • NEW (89.5 FM; Napa, CA; Owner: One Ministries, Inc.)
  • KNDL (89.9 FM; Calistoga, CA; Owner: Howell Mountain Broadcasting Company)
  • KWMR (90.5 FM; Inverness, CA; Owner: Kwmr Inc)
  • KRCB-FM (91.1 FM; Geyserville, CA; Owner: Rural California Broadcasting Corp.)
  • KSVY (91.3 FM; Sonoma, CA; Owner: Commonbond Foundation)
  • NEW (91.3 FM; Inverness, CA; Owner: Colina Alta Ministries, Inc.)
  • KLVR (91.9 FM; Calistoga, CA; Owner: Educational Media Foundation)
  • KFGY (92.9 FM; Geyserville, CA; Owner: Maverick Media Of Santa Rosa License Llc)
  • KJZY (93.7 FM; Santa Rosa, CA; Owner: Redwood Empire Stereocasters)
  • KRSH (95.9 FM; Geyserville, CA; Owner: Deas Communications, Inc.)
  • KNOB (96.7 FM; Geyserville, CA; Owner: Jyh Broadcasting)
  • KXTS (98.7 FM; Geyserville, CA; Owner: Commonwealth Broadcasting, Llc)
  • KVYN (99.3 FM; Yountville, CA; Owner: Wine Country Broadcasting Company)

TV Broadcast Stations Near Roseland Cdp, California

  • KRCB (Channel 22; Eldridge, CA; Owner: Rural California Broadcasting Corp.)
  • KFTY (Channel 50; Calistoga, CA; Owner: Newport Television Llc)
  • KTLN-TV (Channel 68; Novato, CA; Owner: Christian Communications Chicagoland)

(updated 2008)



Occupations in Roseland Cdp, California

Male:


  • Management, Professional, And Related Occupations: 185  (12.2%)
  • Service Occupations: 278  (18.3%)
  • Sales And Office Occupations: 104  (6.8%)
  • Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations 67  (4.4%)
  • Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations: 564  (37.1%)

Female:


  • Management, Professional, And Related Occupations: 281  (22.8%)
  • Service Occupations: 321  (26.0%)
  • Sales And Office Occupations: 462  (37.5%)
  • Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations 0  (0.0%)
  • Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations: 8  (0.6%)


(updated 2010)



Most Common Industries in Roseland Cdp, California

Male:

 

Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing And Hunting, And Mining:

 

Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing And Hunting

3.45%

Mining

0.0%

Construction

14.03%

Manufacturing

6.47%

Wholesale Trade

1.74%

Retail Trade

3.74%

Transportation And Warehousing, And Utilities:

 

Transportation And Warehousing

2.33%

Utilities

0.33%

Information

1.31%

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate And Rental And Leasing:

 

Finance And Insurance

0.0%

Real Estate And Rental And Leasing

0.0%

Professional, Scientific, Management, Administrative, And Waste Management Services:

 

Professional, Scientific, And Technical Services

1.09%

Management Of Companies And Enterprises

0.0%

Administrative And Support And Waste Management Services

5.16%

Educational, Health And Social Services:

 

Educational Services

2.00%

Health Care And Social Assistance

2.65%

Arts, Entertainment, Recreation, Accommodation And Food Services:

 

Arts, Entertainment, And Recreation

0.51%

Accommodation And Food Services

5.41%

Other Services (except Public Administration)

3.52%

Public Administration

1.45%

Female:

 

Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing And Hunting, And Mining:

 

Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing And Hunting

0.25%

Mining

0.0%

Construction

0.0%

Manufacturing

8.39%

Wholesale Trade

0.25%

Retail Trade

6.00%

Transportation And Warehousing, And Utilities:

 

Transportation And Warehousing

1.38%

Utilities

0.0%

Information

0.44%

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate And Rental And Leasing:

 

Finance And Insurance

3.09%

Real Estate And Rental And Leasing

0.25%

Professional, Scientific, Management, Administrative, And Waste Management Services:

 

Professional, Scientific, And Technical Services

2.14%

Management Of Companies And Enterprises

0.0%

Administrative And Support And Waste Management Services

2.07%

Educational, Health And Social Services:

 

Educational Services

2.14%

Health Care And Social Assistance

10.36%

Arts, Entertainment, Recreation, Accommodation And Food Services:

 

Arts, Entertainment, And Recreation

0.47%

Accommodation And Food Services

3.23%

Other Services (except Public Administration)

2.83%

Public Administration

1.49%


(updated 2010)



Amtrak Stations in Roseland Cdp, California

Bus Station(s)


    175 Railroad Street
    Courtyard Marriott Hotel
    Santa Rosa, California 95401

(updated 2008)



There are 643 Farms In Roseland Cdp, California


(updated 2008)



Banks In Roseland Cdp, California

Exchange Bank - 9 Branches


    Bank Assets: $16m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 30

Wells Fargo Bank, National Association - 7 Branches


    Bank Assets: $10b
    Industry Specialization: All Other > $1 Billion
    Total Offices: 6,310

Jpmorgan Chase Bank, National Association - 7 Branches


    Bank Assets: $14b
    Industry Specialization: International
    Total Offices: 5,679

U.s. Bank National Association - 5 Branches


    Bank Assets: $1.9b
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 3,238

Umpqua Bank - 5 Branches


    Bank Assets: $110.2m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 363

First Community Bank - 4 Branches


    Bank Assets: $3.3m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 159

Bank Of America, National Association - 3 Branches


    Bank Assets: $4.3b
    Industry Specialization: All Other > $1 Billion
    Total Offices: 5,094

Summit State Bank - 2 Branches


    Bank Assets: $926.9k
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 5

Bank Of The West - 2 Branches


    Bank Assets: $138.3m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 603

Westamerica Bank - 2 Branches


    Bank Assets: $9.7m
    Industry Specialization: All Other > $1 Billion
    Total Offices: 92

(updated 2014)



Salary Income in Roseland Cdp, California (1999)

With Wage Or Salary Income

84.89%

No Wage Or Salary Income

15.11%

(updated 2010)



Self-Employment Income in Roseland Cdp, California (1999)

With Self-employment Income

12.38%

No Self-employment Income

87.62%

(updated 2010)



Airports Near Roseland Cdp, California

  • Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County


    (about 7.6 miles in Windsor, California; Airport Code: STS)

  • Petaluma Municipal


    (about 13.1 miles in Petaluma, California; Airport Code: UXK)

  • Healdsburg Municipal


    (about 18.5 miles in Healdsburg, California; Airport Code: QQX)

  • Virgil O Parrett Field


    (about 19.1 miles in Angwin, California; Airport Code: JZX)

  • Angwin-Parrett Field


    (about 19.1 miles in Angwin, California; Airport Code: JZX)

  • Gnoss Field


    (about 21.2 miles in Novato, California; Airport Code: NOT)

  • Hamilton AFB


    (about 27.3 miles in Novato, California; Airport Code: SRF)

  • Napa County


    (about 28.2 miles in American Canyon, California; Airport Code: APC)

  • Cloverdale Municipal


    (about 28.3 miles in Cloverdale, California; Airport Code: ZXT)

  • Pearce Field


    (about 35.9 miles in Clearlake, California; Airport Code: CKE)


(updated 2015)



Modes of Transportation in Roseland Cdp, California

Car, Truck, Or Van:

 

Drove Alone

63.33%

Carpooled

25.78%

Public Transportation:

 

Bus Or Trolley Bus

4.85%

Streetcar Or Trolley Car

0.63%

Subway Or Elevated

0.0%

Railroad

0.0%

Ferryboat

0.0%

Taxicab

0.0%

Motorcycle

0.37%

Bicycle

0.89%

Walked

1.19%

Other Means

0.70%

Worked At Home

2.26%



(updated 2010)



Most Common Occupations in Roseland Cdp, California

Male:

 

Management, Professional, And Related Occupations:

 

Management, Business, And Financial Operations Occupations:

 

Management Occupations, Except Farmers And Farm Managers

2.11%

Farmers And Farm Managers

0.44%

Business And Financial Operations Occupations:

 

Business Operations Specialists

0.0%

Financial Specialists

0.47%

Professional And Related Occupations:

 

Computer And Mathematical Occupations

0.0%

Architecture And Engineering Occupations:

 

Architects, Surveyors, Cartographers, And Engineers

0.0%

Drafters, Engineering, And Mapping Technicians

0.29%

Life, Physical, And Social Science Occupations

0.0%

Community And Social Services Occupations

0.29%

Legal Occupations

0.25%

Education, Training, And Library Occupations

1.09%

Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, And Media Occupations

0.33%

Healthcare Practitioners And Technical Occupations:

 

Health Diagnosing And Treating Practitioners And Technical Occupations

0.0%

Health Technologists And Technicians

1.45%

Service Occupations:

 

Healthcare Support Occupations

0.0%

Protective Service Occupations:

 

Fire Fighting, Prevention, And Law Enforcement Workers, Including Supervisors

0.15%

Other Protective Service Workers, Including Supervisors

0.0%

Food Preparation And Serving Related Occupations

4.43%

Building And Grounds Cleaning And Maintenance Occupations

5.23%

Personal Care And Service Occupations

0.29%

Sales And Office Occupations:

 

Sales And Related Occupations

1.31%

Office And Administrative Support Occupations

2.47%

Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations

2.43%

Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations:

 

Construction And Extraction Occupations:

 

Supervisors, Construction And Extraction Workers

2.58%

Construction Trades Workers

11.70%

Extraction Workers

0.0%

Installation, Maintenance, And Repair Occupations

6.21%

Production, Transportation, And Material Moving Occupations:

 

Production Occupations

5.56%

Transportation And Material Moving Occupations:

 

Supervisors, Transportation And Material Moving Workers

0.0%

Aircraft And Traffic Control Occupations

0.47%

Motor Vehicle Operators

4.00%

Rail, Water And Other Transportation Occupations

0.0%

Material Moving Workers

1.64%

Female:

 

Management, Professional, And Related Occupations:

 

Management, Business, And Financial Operations Occupations:

 

Management Occupations, Except Farmers And Farm Managers

1.96%

Farmers And Farm Managers

0.0%

Business And Financial Operations Occupations:

 

Business Operations Specialists

0.87%

Financial Specialists

0.58%

Professional And Related Occupations:

 

Computer And Mathematical Occupations

0.51%

Architecture And Engineering Occupations:

 

Architects, Surveyors, Cartographers, And Engineers

0.0%

Drafters, Engineering, And Mapping Technicians

0.0%

Life, Physical, And Social Science Occupations

0.36%

Community And Social Services Occupations

0.91%

Legal Occupations

0.33%

Education, Training, And Library Occupations

2.14%

Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, And Media Occupations

1.24%

Healthcare Practitioners And Technical Occupations:

 

Health Diagnosing And Treating Practitioners And Technical Occupations

0.94%

Health Technologists And Technicians

0.36%

Service Occupations:

 

Healthcare Support Occupations

3.20%

Protective Service Occupations:

 

Fire Fighting, Prevention, And Law Enforcement Workers, Including Supervisors

0.0%

Other Protective Service Workers, Including Supervisors

0.0%

Food Preparation And Serving Related Occupations

2.87%

Building And Grounds Cleaning And Maintenance Occupations

3.16%

Personal Care And Service Occupations

2.43%

Sales And Office Occupations:

 

Sales And Related Occupations

6.32%

Office And Administrative Support Occupations

10.47%

Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations

0.0%

Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations:

 

Construction And Extraction Occupations:

 

Supervisors, Construction And Extraction Workers

0.0%

Construction Trades Workers

0.0%

Extraction Workers

0.0%

Installation, Maintenance, And Repair Occupations

0.29%

Production, Transportation, And Material Moving Occupations:

 

Production Occupations

4.69%

Transportation And Material Moving Occupations:

 

Supervisors, Transportation And Material Moving Workers

0.0%

Aircraft And Traffic Control Occupations

0.0%

Motor Vehicle Operators

0.33%

Rail, Water And Other Transportation Occupations

0.0%

Material Moving Workers

0.84%


(updated 2010)



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Housing Analysis

Everyone needs shelter in rented housing or individually owned homes. Each community, including Roseland Cdp, California, is different from the rest based on overall architecture, appearance, occupancy, average housing square footage, average home value, and average home age.





(updated 2010)



Household Type
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Family households:

Married-couple family : 1,105

Other family:

Male householder, no wife present : 176

Female householder, no husband present : 333

Nonfamily households:

Householder living alone : 343

Householder not living alone : 163


(updated 2009)



Unmarried-Partner Households By Sex Of Partner
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Unmarried-partner households:

Male householder and male partner : 18

Male householder and female partner : 33

Female householder and female partner : 22

Female householder and male partner : 150

All other households : 1,897


(updated 2009)



Household Type By Tenure
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Family households:

Married-couple family:

Owner-occupied housing units : 598

Renter-occupied housing units : 507

Other family:

Male householder, no wife present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 54

Renter-occupied housing units : 122

Female householder, no husband present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 120

Renter-occupied housing units : 213

Nonfamily households:

Owner-occupied housing units : 230

Renter-occupied housing units : 276


(updated 2009)



Household Income (Annual)
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Less than $10,000 : 66

$10,000 to $14,999 : 56

$15,000 to $19,999 : 111

$20,000 to $24,999 : 216

$25,000 to $29,999 : 206

$30,000 to $34,999 : 69

$35,000 to $39,999 : 54

$40,000 to $44,999 : 108

$45,000 to $49,999 : 104

$50,000 to $59,999 : 192

$60,000 to $74,999 : 359

$75,000 to $99,999 : 262

$100,000 to $124,999 : 258

$125,000 to $149,999 : 23

$150,000 to $199,999 : 0

$200,000 or more : 36


(updated 2009)



Housing Units
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Total : 2,184


(updated 2009)



Occupancy Status
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Occupied : 2,120

Vacant : 64


(updated 2009)



Median Number Of Rooms
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Median number of rooms : 5


(updated 2009)



Year Structure Built
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Built 2005 or later : 21

Built 2000 to 2004 : 90

Built 1990 to 1999 : 42

Built 1980 to 1989 : 253

Built 1970 to 1979 : 346

Built 1960 to 1969 : 481

Built 1950 to 1959 : 453

Built 1940 to 1949 : 239

Built 1939 or earlier : 259


(updated 2009)



House Heating Fuel
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Utility gas : 1,646

Bottled, tank, or LP gas : 53

Electricity : 259

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. : 0

Coal or coke : 0

Wood : 75

Solar energy : 0

Other fuel : 8

No fuel used : 79


(updated 2009)



House Value
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Less than $10,000 : 35

$10,000 to $14,999 : 9

$15,000 to $19,999 : 0

$20,000 to $24,999 : 0

$25,000 to $29,999 : 0

$30,000 to $34,999 : 0

$35,000 to $39,999 : 0

$40,000 to $49,999 : 0

$50,000 to $59,999 : 14

$60,000 to $69,999 : 13

$70,000 to $79,999 : 29

$80,000 to $89,999 : 0

$90,000 to $99,999 : 0

$100,000 to $124,999 : 0

$125,000 to $149,999 : 8

$150,000 to $174,999 : 26

$175,000 to $199,999 : 8

$200,000 to $249,999 : 51

$250,000 to $299,999 : 29

$300,000 to $399,999 : 127

$400,000 to $499,999 : 307

$500,000 to $749,999 : 291

$750,000 to $999,999 : 37

$1,000,000 or more : 18


(updated 2009)



Mortgage Status
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Housing units with a mortgage, contract to purchase, or similar debt:

With either a second mortgage or home equity loan, but not both:

Second mortgage only : 104

Home equity loan only : 62

Both second mortgage and home equity loan : 0

No second mortgage and no home equity loan : 481

Housing units without a mortgage : 355


(updated 2009)



Median Value By Year Structure Built
(Roseland Cdp, California)

Built 2005 or later :

Built 2000 to 2004 :

Built 1990 to 1999 :

Built 1980 to 1989 : $344,400

Built 1970 to 1979 : $226,100

Built 1960 to 1969 : $459,100

Built 1950 to 1959 : $427,200

Built 1940 to 1949 : $486,200

Built 1939 or earlier : $620,500


(updated 2009)



Housing Occupancy in Roseland Cdp, California

Occupied

97.07%

Vacant

2.93%

(updated 2010)



Vacant Housing Units in Roseland Cdp, California

Owner Occupied

51.51%

Renter Occupied

48.49%

(updated 2010)



Percentage of Family Households in Roseland Cdp, California: 72.6%

Percentage of Family Households in California: 68.7%


(updated 2010)



Population in Group Quarters in Roseland Cdp, California

Noninstitutionalized population


  • Other noninstitutional facilities : 100%


(updated 2010)



Workers who live and work in Roseland Cdp, California: 214 (3.4%)


(updated 2010)



Average Household Size in Roseland Cdp, California: 3.63
Average Household Size in California: 2.90


(updated 2010)



Building Permits in Roseland Cdp, California

* Units are useful in showing how many separate living spaces
were built. e.g. apartments, townhomes, condos, etc.

    Buildings Units Cost
1999        
  Single Family 943 943 $134,353,720
  Two Family 18 36 $1,854,941
  Three and Four Family 6 23 $1,280,878
  Five or More Family 10 253 $7,978,334
  Total

977 1,255 $145,467,873
2000        
  Single Family 865 865 $137,029,025
  Two Family 24 48 $2,643,153
  Three and Four Family 6 21 $1,003,386
  Five or More Family 10 164 $9,379,025
  Total

905 1,098 $150,054,589
2001        
  Single Family 997 997 $142,961,193
  Two Family 24 48 $4,334,262
  Three and Four Family 7 26 $1,724,061
  Five or More Family 25 498 $31,355,111
  Total

1,053 1,569 $180,374,627
2002        
  Single Family 534 534 $86,876,473
  Two Family 29 58 $5,186,191
  Three and Four Family 3 12 $891,354
  Five or More Family 22 197 $13,045,592
  Total

588 801 $105,999,610
2003        
  Single Family 489 489 $68,563,278
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 3 11 $509,537
  Five or More Family 18 256 $23,645,278
  Total

510 756 $92,718,093
2004        
  Single Family 494 494 $88,369,690
  Two Family 9 18 $1,701,981
  Three and Four Family 1 4 $630,848
  Five or More Family 10 96 $7,039,479
  Total

514 612 $97,741,998
2005        
  Single Family 520 520 $108,531,596
  Two Family 33 66 $10,797,984
  Three and Four Family 1 3 $30,538
  Five or More Family 45 616 $62,318,680
  Total

599 1,205 $181,678,798
2006        
  Single Family 494 494 $100,610,123
  Two Family 26 52 $6,449,268
  Three and Four Family 1 4 $446,896
  Five or More Family 13 318 $33,047,047
  Total

534 868 $140,553,334


(updated 2007)



Median Household Income In 2000 (Roseland Cdp, CA): $45,955
Median Household Income In 2000 (California): $47,493


(updated 2010)



Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (Roseland Cdp): $182,900
Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (California): $198,900


(updated 2010)



Median Gross Rent in 2000 (Roseland Cdp): $850
Median Gross Rent in 2000 (California): $747


(updated 2010)



Most Commonly Used Heating Fuel in Roseland Cdp, California

Utility Gas: 74.7%
Bottled, Tank, Or Lp Gas: 0.0%
Electricity: 22.1%
Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Etc.: 0.0%
Coal Or Coke: 0.0%
Wood: 1.3%
Solar Energy: 0.0%
Other Fuel: 0.5%
No Fuel Used: 1.4%


(updated 2010)





(updated 2010)



Population in Group Quarters in Roseland Cdp, California

Institutionalized population

0.0%

Correctional facilities for adults

0.0%

Federal detention centers

0.0%

Federal prisons

0.0%

State prisons

0.0%

Local jails and other municipal confinement facilities

0.0%

Correctional residential facilities

0.0%

Military disciplinary barracks and jails

0.0%

Juvenile facilities

0.0%

Group homes for juveniles (non-correctional)

0.0%

Residential treatment centers for juveniles (non-correctional)

0.0%

Correctional facilities intended for juveniles

0.0%

Nursing facilities/Skilled-nursing facilities

0.0%

Other institutional facilities

0.0%

Mental (Psychiatric) hospitals and psychiatric units in other hospitals

0.0%

Hospitals with patients who have no usual home elsewhere

0.0%

In-patient hospice facilities

0.0%

Military treatment facilities with assigned patients

0.0%

Residential schools for people with disabilities

0.0%

Noninstitutionalized population

100.00%

College/University student housing

0.0%

Military quarters

0.0%

Military barracks and dormitories (non-disciplinary)

0.0%

Military ships

0.0%

Other noninstitutional facilities

100.00%

Emergency and transitional shelters (with sleeping facilities) for people experiencing homelessness

0.0%

Group homes intended for adults

0.0%

Residential treatment centers for adults

0.0%

Maritime/merchant vessels

0.0%

Workers' group living quarters and Job Corps centers

82.61%

Other noninstitutional facilities

17.39%


(updated 2010)





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Government Analysis

People run the government through election of representatives and officials. Local governments are important to provide cohesion between individuals who must share public places. Worthwhile laws need to be debated, passed, and then enforced for a community to remain viable. Communities such as Roseland Cdp, California are often affected in positive and negative ways by government performance.

Local Government Employment and Payroll In Roseland Cdp, California

Function Full Time
Employees
Full Time
Payroll
(Monthly)
Part Time
Employees
Part Time
Payroll
(Monthly)
Part Time
Hours
Avg Yearly
Wage (F/T)
Avg Hourly
Wage (P/T)
Totals for Government 1,118 $6,716,623 293 $401,469 23,955 $72,093 $16.76
Financial Administration 86 $426,297 15 $50,183 1,920 $59,483 $26.14
Other Government Administration 57 $375,749 11 $25,877 1,313 $79,105 $19.71
Judicial and Legal 11 $87,482 6 $22,755 755 $95,435 $30.14
Police Protection - Officers 154 $1,267,358 0 $0 0 $98,755 --
Police - Other 93 $455,663 10 $13,306 615 $58,795 $21.64
Firefighters 123 $1,161,996 0 $0 0 $113,365 --
Fire - Other 8 $32,014 3 $9,000 337 $48,021 $26.71
Streets and Highways 79 $393,268 1 $2,768 168 $59,737 $16.48
Sewerage 141 $759,090 8 $24,376 1,100 $64,603 $22.16
Parks and Recreation 99 $423,616 159 $120,991 9,812 $51,347 $12.33
Housing and Community Development(Local) 22 $120,935 6 $12,910 573 $65,965 $22.53
Water Supply 60 $295,525 15 $25,133 1,220 $59,105 $20.60
Transit 56 $232,968 18 $50,838 2,909 $49,922 $17.48
Other and Unallocable 129 $684,662 41 $43,332 3,232 $63,689 $13.41

(updated 2002)



Health Care Centers Close To Roseland Cdp, California

Sutter Visiting Nurse Association And Hospice


     Address: 1110 North Dutton, Santa Rosa, California 95401
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Private
     Certified Date: 5/20/2003

Gentiva Health Services


     Address: 1260 N Dutton Ave Ste 150, Santa Rosa, California 95401
     Ownership: Proprietary
     Certified Date: 7/1/1966

Kaiser Foundation Hospital Home Health Santa Rosa


     Address: 3446 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, California 95403
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Private
     Certified Date: 6/16/1993

St. Joseph Home Care - Greater Sonoma County


     Address: 170 Professional Center Drive, Rohnert Park, California 94928
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Religious Affiliations
     Certified Date: 8/5/1994

St Helena Hospital Home Care Svcs-adventist Health


     Address: 27 Woodland Road, Saint Helena, California 94574
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Religious Affiliations
     Certified Date: 8/6/1970

Hospitals Close To Roseland Cdp, California

Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital


     Address: 1165 Montgomery Dr, Santa Rosa, California 95405
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Church

Sutter Medical Center Of Santa Rosa


     Address: 3325 Chanate Rd, Santa Rosa, California 95404
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Government - Local

Kaiser Foundation Hospital-santa Rosa


     Address: 401 Bicentennial Way, Santa Rosa, California 95403
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Other

Palm Drive Hospital


     Address: 501 Petaluma Ave, Sebastopol, California 95472
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Other

Sonoma Development Center


     Address: P O Box 1493, Eldridge, California 95431
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Government - State

Nursing Homes Close To Roseland Cdp, California

Santa Rosa Mem Hospital Dp Snf


     Address: 151 Sotoyome Street, Santa Rosa, California 95405
     Ownership: Non Profit - Church Related
     Number of Residents: 22
     Percent Occupied: 16%

Beverly Livingcenter - Santa Rosa


     Address: 4650 Hoen Avenue, Santa Rosa, California 95405
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 89
     Percent Occupied: 90%

Creekside Convalescent & Mental Health Rehab P


     Address: 850 Sonoma Ave, Santa Rosa, California 95404
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 163
     Percent Occupied: 90%

Santa Rosa Convalescent Hosp


     Address: 446 Arrowood Dr, Santa Rosa, California 95407
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 60
     Percent Occupied: 97%

Summerfield Health Care Center


     Address: 1280 Summerfield Rd, Santa Rosa, California 95405
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 53
     Percent Occupied: 76%

Park View Garden At Montgomery


     Address: 3751 Montgomery Dr, Santa Rosa, California 95405
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 95
     Percent Occupied: 82%

Friends House


     Address: 684 Benicia Drive, Santa Rosa, California 95409
     Ownership: Non Profit - Church Related
     Number of Residents: 25
     Percent Occupied: 74%

Spring Lake Village


     Address: 5555 Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa, California 95409
     Ownership: Non Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 59
     Percent Occupied: 84%

Sutter Med Ctr Of Santa Rosa - Chanate Campus


     Address: 3325 Chanate Road, Santa Rosa, California 95404
     Ownership: Non Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 8
     Percent Occupied: 80%

Brighton Gardens Of Santa Rosa


     Address: 300 Fountain Grove Parkway, Santa Rosa, California 95403
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 43
     Percent Occupied: 96%



Closest Nuclear Power Plant To
Roseland Cdp, California

Name: General Electric
Address: 171 Curtner Avenue; San Jose, CA 95125
Distance: 90 Miles


(updated 2007)



Social Security Users in Roseland Cdp, California

    Retired Workers: 20,630
    Disabled Workers: 4,080
    Widowers Workers: 2,905
    Spouses Workers: 1,690
    Children Workers: 1,900


(updated 2007)



Government Finances In Roseland Cdp, California


Charges


Regular Highways: $48,000
Housing & Community Development: $732,000
Parking Facilities: $3,546,000
Parks & Recreation: $8,998,000
Sewerage: $54,685,000
All Other: $16,482,000


Revenue


Water Utilities: $31,835,000
Transit Utilities: $1,538,000


Federal Intergovernmental


Highways: $418,000
Transit Utilities: $2,446,000


State Intergovernmental


General Support: $17,944,000
Highways: $3,625,000
Housing & Community Development: $131,000
All Other: $5,209,000
Water Utilities: $1,000
Transit Utilities: $395,000


Local Intergovernmental


All Other: $98,000
Water Utilities: $540,000


Current Operations


Financial Administration: $6,248,000
Fire Protection: $26,092,000
Judicial And Legal Services: $1,677,000
Central Staff Services: $16,422,000
Health Services - Other: $1,975,000
Regular Highways: $11,808,000
Housing & Community Development: $6,063,000
Parking Facilities: $3,048,000
Parks & Recreation: $12,764,000
Police Protection: $40,522,000
Protective Inspection And Regulation, Nec: $5,057,000
Sewerage: $30,261,000
General - Other: $279,000
Water Utilities: $21,562,000
Transit Utilities: $10,601,000


Construction


Fire Protection: $3,775,000
Central Staff Services: $1,902,000
Regular Highways: $10,866,000
Housing & Community Development: $8,141,000
Parking Facilities: $147,000
Parks & Recreation: $4,974,000
Sewerage: $10,297,000
Water Utilities: $11,272,000
Transit Utilities: $656,000


Other Capital Outlay


Libraries: $40,000
Parks & Recreation: $212,000


General


Interest On Debt: $19,867,000


Tax


Property: $24,902,000
Total General Sales: $35,900,000
Public Utilities: $13,689,000
Other Selective Sales: $4,938,000
Occupation & Business License, Nec: $3,988,000
Other License: $10,610,000
Documentary & Stock Transfer: $5,167,000


Miscellaneous


Property Sale Other: $987,000
Interest Earnings: $9,973,000
Fines & Forfeits: $1,912,000
Rents: $719,000
Donations From Private Sources: $4,405,000
General Revenue, Nec: $10,589,000


Sinking Fund


Cash & Deposits: $63,856,000


Bond Fund


Cash & Deposits: $36,080,000


Other Funds


Cash & Deposits: $273,152,000



Otal Salaries & Wages: $83,820,000
Ong Term Debt Issue, Unspecified Public Purpose: $22,515,000
Ong Term Debt Retired Unspecified Public Purpose: $32,315,000
Ong Term Debt Outstanding Unspecified Public Purpo: $462,657,000


Long Term Debt Beginning Outstanding


Industrial Revenue: $65,388,000
Unspecified Public Purpose: $472,457,000


Long Term Debt Retired Nonguaranteed


Industrial Revenue: $3,386,000


Long Term Debt Outstanding Nonguaranteed


Industrial Revenue: $62,002,000


(updated 2006)



Sonoma County, California Presidential Election

  • Kerry & Edwards 67.18%
  • Bush & Cheney 30.90%
  • Other 1.92%



(updated 2004)



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Taxes Analysis

Using tax dollars, government officials keep public places in repair, protect citizens, and provide for important services for the benefit of Roseland Cdp, California citizens.

Relocation to Sonoma County, CA

4.71 % of Sonoma County tax filers migrated from different counties or other nations outside the United States between 2005 and 2006. Their adjusted gross income average was $58,194

California Average 5.75 %

0.05 % residents relocated from other nations. This group's adjusted gross income averaged $97,277

California Average 0.21 %

Lead counties where tax filers migrated to Sonoma County, CA (2005 / 2006) from a different county are as follows:

  • Marin County , CA 0.62 % ($77,230 AGI )
  • San Francisco County , CA 0.28 % ($78,403 AGI )
  • Alameda County , CA 0.20 % ($74,289 AGI )

Relocation away from Sonoma County, CA

5.73 % of Sonoma County tax filers migrated to different counties or other nations outside the United States between 2005 and 2006. This group's adjusted gross income averaged $50,252

California Average 6.27 %

0.06 % residents relocated to other nations. This group's adjusted gross income averaged $47,589

California Average 0.11 %

Lead counties where tax filers moved from Sonoma County, CA (2005 / 2006) to a different county are as follows:

  • Marin County , CA 0.43 % ($50,043 AGI )
  • San Francisco County , CA 0.29 % ($56,711 AGI )
  • Sacramento County , CA 0.24 % ($40,942 AGI )


(updated 2006)



Income Tax Rates in California

Low Bracket: $6,827 (1.00%)
High Bracket: $44,815 (9.30%)


(updated 2008)



Sales Tax Rates in California

7.25%


(updated 2008)



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Weather Analysis

The enjoyment of the area in which you live is often affected by the weather. Each individual has a different view on what weather patterns will make them most happy. Some people love the seasons, others enjoy warm temperatures throughout the year while others may love the snow. The weather provided for Roseland Cdp, California is based on over 50 years of data.

























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Crime Analysis

Everyone wants to feel safe. Individuals and families want to remain protected from violent or property crime. The crime data should not be totally relied upon when making a decision on where to live. If you are concerned, visit Roseland Cdp, California directly or research local government web sites.

Crime in Roseland Cdp, California

Type 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Murder 3 6 2 5 2 6 4 8 2 2 5 2 3
    per 100,000 2 4 1 3 1 4 3 5 1 1 3 1 2
Rape 72 93 84 98 61 75 65 49 75 56 58 67 42
    per 100,000 48 61 54 63 39 49 42 32 48 35 34 39 24
Robbery 123 167 133 140 168 175 136 149 180 166 134 126 105
    per 100,000 82 109 86 90 109 113 88 96 115 105 79 74 61
Assault 309 359 779 759 790 635 566 545 546 543 485 441 391
    per 100,000 206 235 502 489 511 411 365 352 349 343 286 258 228
Burglary 773 974 1,080 955 803 833 726 791 710 757 637 725 638
    per 100,000 514 637 696 616 519 539 469 511 454 479 375 424 372
Larceny Theft 4,050 4,213 4,069 3,791 3,508 2,887 2,634 2,520 3,165 3,041 2,794 2,777 2,559
    per 100,000 2,694 2,753 2,623 2,443 2,268 1,868 1,700 1,627 2,022 1,922 1,646 1,625 1,492
Vehicle Theft 524 719 729 688 589 492 372 370 390 298 275 316 309
    per 100,000 349 470 470 443 381 318 240 239 249 188 162 185 180
Arson 45 43 44 30 26 27 21 19 14 9 16 22 25
    per 100,000 30 28 28 19 17 17 14 12 9 6 9 13 15
CityMelt Violent Crime Index
U.S. Average = 40
127 156 250 251 255 223 193 188 201 192 171 159 135
CityMelt Property Crime Index
U.S. Average = 277
1,348 1,487 1,481 1,366 1,232 1,060 938 925 1,070 1,026 931 960 883
CityMelt Crime Index
U.S. Average = 158
737 822 865 808 743 641 566 556 635 609 551 560 509


(updated 2013)



Number of Sex Offenders In California

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
102,616 86,846 87,706 66,041 63,500 86,912 123,821 0 80,848 82,147


(updated 2014)



Jails in Roseland Cdp, California


  • Sonoma County


    2777 Ventura Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
    Capacity: 843
    Confined: 1157
    Avg. Population: 1147
    Year Built: 1990
    Year Renovated: 1996


(updated 2006)



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