A neighborhood in Santa Rosa, Roseland has a 2010 census recorded population of 6,325. Roseland was an unincorporated enclave of Santa Rosa until November 1, 2017, when the region was annexed by Santa Rosa.
Roseland, located just south of downtown Santa Rosa, is known for its Sebastopol Road commercial sector. Historically, the region has functioned as a port of entry for immigrants and refugees, primarily Mexicans and other Latinos.
Southwest of the US-101/CA-12 intersection is Roseland. Roseland is bordered by the neighborhoods of downtown Santa Rosa to the northeast, Lincoln Square, West End, and Railroad Square to the north, South Park to the east, Bellevue Ranch to the south, and Wright area to the west. It was a census-designated place (CDP) in unincorporated Sonoma County until November 1, 2017, when it was annexed by the City of Santa Rosa.
It has a total land area of 0.94 square miles (2.4 square kilometers). At the time of the 2000 census, its land area was 1.06 sq mi (2.7 km2).
The streets in the Roseland neighborhood are lined with several warehouses, retailers, and enterprises, earning it a reputation as a commercial district. However, there are also residences that are affordable and attract many young families with children. Due to the high population of young children in Roseland, there are 3 separate primary schools, making it one of the nicest communities to reside in if you have children.
From transitional kindergarten to high school, Roseland School District educates kids. Roseland Elementary: A Leadership Academy, Sheppard Accelerated Elementary, and Roseland Creek Elementary serve students from transitional kindergarten to sixth grade.
There are 3 elementary schools in the Roseland district: Sheppard Accelerated Elementary, Roseland Elementary: A Leadership Academy, and Roseland Creek Elementary. These schools serve students from transitional kindergarten through 6th grade.
The kids in 7th and 8th grade attend Roseland Accelerated Middle School and Roseland Collegiate Prep. Roseland University Prep and Roseland Collegiate Prep serve 9th through 12th-grade students.
Teachers and staff at the Roseland School District are tasked with helping students achieve high school and college readiness, as well as preparing them for life beyond college. All schools offer a healthy breakfast and lunch program provided by Revolution Foods, making health and nutrition a top concern for teachers, students, and families. All schools provide counseling and cutting-edge technology, treating pupils as “whole children.”