Sustainable Enterprise Conference Site

SOMO Village Event Center

1100 Valley House Drive, Rohnert Park, CA 94928 (MAP)

SOMO Village Parking Map

The Sustainable Enterprise Conference is very pleased to be convening at SOMO Village. We choose SOMO Village as our host site after considering their comprehensive Sustainability Action Plan and the SoCo Nexus, devoted to incubating innovative businesses. Sonoma Mountain Village Event Center

Directions to SOMO Village Event Center

SOMO Village occupies 200 acres in Rohnert Park in Sonoma County, California, about 1 hour north of San Francisco. It is an environmentally-conscious redevelopment of a former technology campus, combining New Urbanism with future sustainability. [Address: 1100 Valley House Drive, Rohnert Park, CA; please note that Yahoo/Google maps may not provide an accurate map with this address]

Northbound HWY 101

  • Take HWY 101 NORTH to Old Redwood Hwy exit toward Penngrove and turn right.
  • Proceed approximately 1.5 miles and turn right on Main Street.
  • As you cross the Rail Line, Main Street becomes Petaluma Hill Road.
  • Go 1.8 miles and turn left on Valley House Drive and drive to Sonoma Mountain Village main entrance.
  • Look for our parking Volunteers and the Event Center signs.

Southbound HWY 101

  • Take HWY 101 SOUTH to Gravenstein Hwy exit toward Cotati and turn left.
  • Turn right on Old Redwood Hwy and then left on East Cotati Avenue.
  • Turn right on Bodway Parkway and then right on Valley House Drive at Sonoma Mountain Village main entrance.
  • Look for our parking Volunteers and the Event Center signs.


The Bay Area’s Largest Solar Powered Event Center

About SOMO Village

SOMO Village, at last something different! A practical and authentic high quality lifestyle focused on the best of technology and innovation combined with beauty, comfort, food and wellness. A place to enrich and inspire mankind. Internationally recognized as the first One Planet Community in North America and home to a mix of forward-thinking industries with a focus on Food and Innovation. Powered 100% by on-site solar power and home to over 50 employers, employing approximately 800 people on-site.

Development plans are approved for a host of shops, offices, apartments, homes and neighborhoods. Convenient and walkable with interconnected streets, public places and a transportation network making a place for all ages, income levels, cultures and races. A place of innovation at home and work. A place respecting our environmental impacts and encouraging economic sustainability. A healthy, happy, high quality lifestyle in the Bay Area’s idyllic Sonoma County – we call it SOMO Living.

The first opportunity to live at SOMO Village is expected to be available in 2017.