Nestled in the heart of picturesque Sonoma Wine Country, Healdsburg is a town that combines the best qualities of turn-of-the-century America with the ambiance of a European country-side. Founded in 1867, Healdsburg is located 65 miles north of San Francisco on Highway 101. Home to approximately 11,254 residents, the City encompasses 4.1 square miles and enjoys a mild climate with average temperatures ranging from 70 to the 90s in the summer and 30 to 60 degrees in the winter. The City is centered around a quaint, thriving Spanish-style plaza, originally developed by town founder Harmon Heald. The Plaza remains one of the few examples of early California town planning in existence today and is a shopping, dining, and art gallery mecca for tourists and residents alike. Historic homes and quaint storefronts retain the flavor of Healdsburg’s rich heritage. Healdsburg is located on U.S. Highway 101, the principal coastal route between San Francisco and the Oregon border. Air transportation is available to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Portland and Seattle on a daily basis at nearby Sonoma County Airport. Three major airports – in San Francisco, Oakland and Sacramento - are within a two-hour drive of the city. Limited service is also available at the Healdsburg Municipal Airport, which can handle small jets. A local transit system provides transportation for residents.
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