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64 apartments for rent near Rohnert Park, CA

8028 Manchester Ave
Rohnert Park
5 Bed
$3,200
Results within 5 miles of Rohnert Park, CA
Theatre Square
101 2nd St
Studio
$2,676
1 Bed
$2,034
2 Bed
$2,690
2523 Washoe Court
Santa Rosa
3 Bed
$2,600
530 Green Court
Aston Avenue
3 Bed
$3,200
5 Cader Court
Petaluma
3 Bed
$2,750
3897 Rock Springs Dr.
Santa Rosa
3 Bed
$3,400
3740 Roblar Road
Petaluma
3 Bed
$2,850
1636 Arroyo Sierra Dr.
Santa Rosa
3 Bed
$2,400
Frances Estates 200 Frances Way
Petaluma
5 Bed
$40,000
3120 Luna Court
Santa Rosa
3 Bed
$2,500
1830 Rhianna Street
Santa Rosa
3 Bed
$2,300
3844 Louis Krohn Dr
Wright Area Action Group
5 Bed
$2,800
1515 Bloomfield Rd
Sebastopol
3 Bed
$2,600
1622 Glenbrook DR
Santa Rosa
4 Bed
$2,400
9980 Grove Street
Penngrove
3 Bed
$3,300
Results within 10 miles of Rohnert Park, CA
1913 Camino Del Prado
Santa Rosa
3 Bed
$2,600
1396 Snowy Egret Dr
Skyhawk Commmunity
3 Bed
$2,500
Stanhope Ct
Santa Rosa
4 Bed
$3,995
214 La Crosse Avenue
Santa Rosa
2 Bed
$2,500
2078 Red Oak Circle
Northwest Santa Rosa Neighborhood Association
3 Bed
$2,450
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City Guide
Rohnert Park
Rohnert Park, CA

So, you've found yourself looking into the tiny town of Rohnert Park, California for your next rental? Well, great. It's a picture-perfect community with lots and lots of apartments, townhomes and house rentals, so stick around and we'll guide you through all the nuances of renting in this little town just 50 miles north of San Francisco.

Rohnert Park is a city of just 7.0 square miles, which makes just about everything within walking distance. And, with the meticulous layout of a planned community, finding your way around is a cinch. The city is organized into sections, named after letters of the alphabet. Most of the names of streets and parks will begin with their neighborhood's letter. If you find yourself at Eagle Park, driving down Emily Avenue, or turning around in Eve Circle, then you are in the "E" section of town. Golf course addicts and fans of "F" words will enjoy the "F" neighborhood, which features long, creek-filled greenways and small lakes at the Foxtail Golf Club, and street names such as Fauna Avenue and Firethorn Drive. Students at the Sonoma State University can live less than a minute's walk to class in the "C" and "M" neighborhoods, while those with a green thumb will enjoy the "L" neighborhood with its lovely Lydia Commons Community Garden.

Rentals around here range from $800 to $1,500 per month, with two-bedroom apartments being the most widely available. To snag one of those less expensive one-bedroom pads, search for your apartment in between semesters, when the college kids leave and free up the more affordable options. In the $950-$1,500 range, there are multiple apartments with top notch amenities, such as spas, fitness centers, swimming pools, and laundry facilities. It’s common for apartment complexes to offer a range of floor plans, with prices that reflect the number of unit amenities, such as a fireplace, washer/dryer hookup, attached garage, or fashionable loft layout. If you want a quieter, homier feel, then there are also a few townhomes and houses for rent, which can be very nice for families and renters with pets.

Speaking of pets, pet friendly rentals throughout the city are fairly common, however, you’ll most likely pay a hefty pet deposit, usually around $500, as well as a monthly pet rent around $25. Make sure to free up some extra cash if you’re bringing along any furry friends.

What else can you say about a city that only spans 7 miles? Well, how about the ridiculous amount of sandwich shops and taco spots? Or, how about the more eclectic eats of the Middle Eastern and Asian varieties? Perhaps you can try out a hike along the handful of little creeks, lakes, and beautiful parks. If anything, discovering the local secrets that can only be found by taking a nice, long walk through town is always an option for your adventure seeking self.

So, get on up and put on those walking shoes. It's time to discover Rohnert Park for yourself. Have fun and happy hunting!.

-By Katy Comal