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California American Water
Geyserville’s new water company.
Calpine Geothermal Visitor Center
15500 Central Park Road
MIddletown, CA 95461
Public and Private Utilities, Environment
Calpine Corporation’s Geysers operation generates 21% of California’s total renewable electricity and is the national leader in renewable geothermal electricity production. The Geysers provides substantial long-term support to local economies through wages, purchase of supplies and services, property taxes, and royalties. Calpine’s Geysers Operations provides support to community improvement projects, supports local 911 services and encourages many volunteer efforts by its employees.
Featuring interactive exhibits, Calpine’s Geothermal Visitor Center welcomes guests from all over the world. Open Wednesday through Saturday, 11am to 5pm, guests can visit free of charge to learn more about The Geysers and renewable geothermal energy.
Calpine hosts regular free tours of The Geysers. For a full schedule or to sign up, email CGVC@calpine.com, call the Visitor Center at 707-987-4270, or visit our website:
6 Tarman Drive
Cloverdale, CA 95492
AVHC is a federally designated Rural Health Center and California State licensed Community Clinic, offering family practice and acute medical care, as well as general dentistry, behavioral health and family counseling.
We strive to make the Center a comfortable medical home for you and your family. The Center is open to all residents of the community as we accept a variety of insurances, both public and private. For those without insurance, we accept self-pay or offer a sliding scale discount to those who qualify.
As a community service, AVHC offers after hours telephone contact with one of our physicians should an urgent question or situation arise. This is available to all members of the community, including those who are not clients of AVRMC.
AVHC is a not-for-profit organization [501c3], formed and governed by a volunteer board of local community members, including clients of the Center in 1995, and staffed by a dedicated team of health professionals including physicians, nurse practitioners, dentists, psychologists and other specialists.
Bell’s Ambulance assists neighboring agencies in all of Sonoma County, and parts of Napa County, including the communities of: Larkfield/Wikiup, Santa Rosa, Forestville, Guerneville, Monte Rio, Cloverdale, Knights Valley, and Calistoga.
Family owned and operated since 1956
438 Powell Avenue
P.O. Box 726
Healdsburg, CA 95448