Welcome to the Home Page of the Bennett Valley Community Association.
Located on the southeastern border of Santa Rosa California, Bennett Valley is comprised of 15,500 acres of oak-crested peaks and rolling hills of grass. Whether you already live in Bennett Valley, are just visiting, or plan to move here, we can all undoubtedly attest to the magnificent beauty that the valley offers us. Preserving the beauty of the Valley is a responsibility shared by all who enjoy it, and the Bennett Valley Community Association invites you to share its vision and explore this web site provided for your education, enrichment and enjoyment.
Purpose of the BVCA
To build a sense of community in Bennett Valley by serving as an open forum for community participation; to provide information on local environmental and land use issues and encourage communication between residents and government agencies with the goal of promoting and preserving the rural character and natural environment of Bennett Valley; to educate and provide resources that enable disaster and emergency preparedness.
The Bennett Valley Community Association was established in 1970, and was called the Bennett Valley Homeowners' Association until 2012.
The elected 9-member board is comprised of Bennett Valley landowners & residents who have a strong commitment to fulfilling the purpose of the BVCA.
How To Become a Member
We are always looking for new members. Whether a land-holder, or not, you can join online, just click the "Join" link in the Menu on the left of this page and then please send us your annual dues which you can also pay online. Dues are $20 per household per year to receive our newsletter, the Bennett Valley VOICE by email. $25 per household per year if you would like to receive a printed copy of the VOICE by mail.
History of Bennett Valley
Bennett Valley is nestled between three mountainous peaks; Taylor Mountain to the west, Sonoma Mountain to the south, and what are known today as Bennett Peak and Bennett Ridge to the east.
To read a history of the area visit The History of Bennett Valley.