Relocation Resources

The City of Winters, a small community in western Yolo County, is located 11 miles from Vacaville, 30 miles from Sacramento and about 60 miles from San Francisco. Serving as the gateway to Lake Berryessa and the Napa Valley, it’s an easy off-the-freeway stop for visitors on their way to the Cache Creek Casino Resort . The  Napa/Sonoma Wine Country is a short 35 miles to the west on Highway 128. Yosemite National Park, Lake Tahoe and the California Redwoods are all within a a couple hours by car.

HOUSING & REAL ESTATE

Whether buying or renting, Winters offers a variety of housing options. Choices range from apartments and duplexes to single-family homes, farms and ranches. There is one mobile home parks and several housing options for seniors and low-income families.

We invite you to visit our list of Chamber member businesses to contact a real estate agent or to financing a mortgage or business loan.

 

EDUCATION

Winters is very proud of its schools. With approximately 1,750 students in the Winters Joint Unified School District, students can participate in a variety of sports and academic activities. The high school has a very strong agricultural program, including an FFA program, which has produced honors students at both state and national levels. With small campuses, Winters schools offer a nurturing environment for both students and teachers. There is an active combined PTA that fosters excellent parent participation and sponsors educational and recreational activities for children.

Winters Joint Unified School District

(530) 795-6100

John Clayton Kinder School
(530) 795-6154

Waggoner Elementary School
(530) 795-6121

Winters Middle School
(530) 795-6130

Winters High School
(530) 795-6140

Winters Preschool
(530) 795-6311

Wolfskill County High School
(530) 795-6160

Winters Christian School
(530) 795-4682

St. James School, Davis
(530) 756-3946

 

 

Health & Wellness

Over the years, Sonoma Valley has attracted numerous health care and fitness professionals in traditional and alternative fields, giving residents an abundance of treatment options. Choices include traditional practitioners, specialists, surgeons, chiropractors, and pharmacists, as well as practitioners in areas such as acupuncture, homeopathy, psychotherapy, aromatherapy, and nutrition and diet counseling. Excellent dental, eye, skin, and hearing care are also widely available.

We invite you to consider Chamber member businesses and organizations for all your health-care needs.

 

  • Sonoma Valley Hospital

 

 

Child & Teen Services

Beyond school, Sonoma Valley youth have many additional opportunities to learn, grow, and nurture their special talents under adult supervision.

The Boys & Girls Club Valley of the Moon, for example, a 22,600-squaree-foot facility in Maxwell Farms Regional Park, offers educational, leadership, and recreational programs for children ages six to 18. The Valley of the Moon Teen Center provides a safe haven for young adults. The school-based Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance provides adult support to children in need. The Sonoma Community Center sponsors and co-sponsors many creative-arts classes and events for children and teens. For budding performers, youth theater troupes stage Shakespeare, Broadway musicals, and other shows.
  • Sonoma Valley Teen Services

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