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Upcoming Events
Jun
29
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8:00 am Community Yard Sale @ Anton Stadium Parking Lot
Community Yard Sale @ Anton Stadium Parking Lot
Jun 29 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Community Yard Sale @ Anton Stadium Parking Lot
 
8:00 pm Neon Nights @ Ukiah Municipal Pool
Neon Nights @ Ukiah Municipal Pool
Jun 29 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Neon Nights @ Ukiah Municipal Pool | Baltimore | Maryland | United States
 
Jun
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6:00 pm Sundays in the Park- Wee Willy W... @ Todd Grove Park
Sundays in the Park- Wee Willy W... @ Todd Grove Park
Jun 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Sundays in the Park- Wee Willy Walker @ Todd Grove Park | Ukiah | California | United States
June 30th – Wee Willy Walker Award winning Soulful Blues Hailing from San Francisco, CA Wee Willie Walker and the Anthony Paule Soul Orchestra epitomize the time-honored, authentic spirit of American Soul Music. In 2015 they met and made their … Continue reading
Ukiah Valley Vineyard toward Cow Mountain

Residents

Ukiah – The Heart of Mendocino County

 
Ukiah is the only place where you can sip wine from America’s greenest wine region or sample a locally brewed ale, hike amongst some of the tallest redwood trees in the world, and relax in a naturally warm and carbonated mineral spring…all in the same day. Ukiah is where the redwoods meet the vines, a place where year-round events draw locals and visitors together, and where the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well.

Sunset Magazine has praised Ukiah’s “19th-century architecture, charming tree-lined neighborhoods, and it’s laid-back vibe.”

The wonderfully temperate climate coupled with family-oriented living, unmatched recreational opportunities, a reasonable cost of living and a skilled work force combine to make Ukiah, California, a superb place to visit, work, locate a business and to establish a comfortable lifestyle. Situated on the busy Highway 101 corridor, Ukiah has managed to preserve its small-town feel while acting as a focal point for business and culture throughout Northern California.

Our residents are pleased with the life they enjoy here and, with San Francisco only 100 miles to the south, they appreciate their easy access to Bay Area resources. Protected by the encircling coastal ranges, the City of Ukiah is nestled in the Yokayo Valley in southern Mendocino County. Our average summer temperature ranges from the 80s to 90s and our average winter temperature is 46 degrees. It’s a climate that’s just about perfect all year. Visit Ukiah…you may just want to stay.

Within the city limits are approximately 15,500 residents. The Greater Ukiah area, including adjacent valleys and connecting communities, is home to more than 40,000. Many people who have come to live in Ukiah have chosen our community for the high quality of life it offers.