Coffey Strong is currently working on fundraising and management of several projects within the Coffey Park community.
Project Lead: Steve Rahmn
Currently working with our donor, the City and the Contractors for the replacement of the wall on Hopper Ave. This work includes tree removal, additional funding requests for rock veneer, and working with the standing homes in this area. Looking for volunteers to assist in a Hopper Ave overall vegetation clean up; yet to be scheduled. We may find that we will have a surplus of dirt that may be available to homeowners. Committee meets on an as needed basis. People who wish to have interest should feel free to contact me.
Project is fully funded.
Project Lead: Bill Northcroft
The Coffey Park Entry Project was created by Coffey Strong to rebuild the two common space parcels located at the intersection of Coffey Lane and Hopper Avenue. It was felt by the members of Coffey Strong that the Coffey Park Entryway was a symbol of welcoming to the residents of Coffey Park. The fire that devastated Coffey Park in October of 2017 destroyed the entry parcels landscaping and the iconic sign of Coffey Park.
Firma Design Group, of Santa Rosa, provided the landscape Design.
Home Builders, APM Homes, Gallaher, Synergy and Tuxhorn provided the money to replace the Coffey Park sign. Econoline Sign Company, of Santa Rosa, built and installed the new Coffey Park Entry Sign.
Love United Youth Outreach Group of Sonoma County provided clearing of the burned debris and placed soil erosion control and weed abatement.
Recology Sonoma Marin provided debris removal and disposal.
Coffey Strong’s Fund Raising Committee acquired $25,000 in grant money from the United Way of the Wine Country to start the rebuilding of the entry parcels. The project will break ground in early April, and the first phase of construction will be complete by June.
Coffey Strong will continue to coordinate with City of Santa Rosa for the Permitting of this project.
Project Lead: Lani Jolliff, Tricia Woods
Coffey Strong is working with the City of Santa Rosa and the Santa Rosa Parks Foundation to fund and restore the neighborhood park in Coffey Park. A series of neighborhood workshops were held during the fall and winter of 2018/19 to guide the development of the Master Plan for Coffey Neighborhood Park, a 5.85-acre park located in northwest Santa Rosa that was destroyed in the October 2017 Tubbs Fire.
To make a donation to help restore our neighborhood park, please make a donation to the Santa Rosa Parks Foundation. Please designate your contribution for Coffey Park (as a memo line on your check). Visit their site to learn more and donate.
To Donate by Mail, Please make all checks payable to: Santa Rosa Parks Foundation and mail them to:
Santa Rosa Parks Foundation
P.O. Box 558
Santa Rosa, CA. 95402
Here is the proposed master plan for the redevelopment of our neighborhood park:
City of Santa Rosa Funds: