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About Us

Dedicated to cultivating valley lives and livelihoods, the Dry Creek Valley Association was founded in 1974. Over the last forty years, the DCVA has created a legacy by building a sense of community and working to protect the myriad of natural resources and beauty that surrounds us.

The DCVA works to educate, inform, and enhance the Valley community, while ensuring the protection of its rich heritage and traditions. Be a part of the Dry Creek Valley’s future by joining today.

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As a non-profit organization, we rely on membership dues and contributions for all of our support.
To make your tax-deductible donation, send your check to:

PO Box 1221
Healdsburg, CA 95448

To download and print a membership form, click here.

To make an online donation, select one of the categories below.
Thank you for your contribution.


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Natural Resources

The Natural Resources Committee stays informed about projects in the Valley that have the potential to cause significant damage to our natural environment and communicates concerns to the membership.


Membership & Outreach

Membership and Outreach builds community within the Dry Creek Valley by hosting social gatherings and communicating noteworthy events to the membership.



The Dry Creek Valley Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to residents and children of residents of the Dry Creek Valley Appellation. It is supported and funded jointly by the DCVA and the WDC.



The Stewardship Committee (formerly Valley Protection Committee) works to help foster a balance among viticulture, agriculture and residential living.  We play a role in educating, informing and enhancing the Valley community, while ensuring the protection of its rich heritage and traditions.


Planning & Zoning

The Planning and Zoning committee reviews projects in the Dry Creek appellation that require a use permit, zoning change or General Plan amendment. We respond to residents concerns about zoning issues in the Valley and encourage neighbors to work together to resolve any disagreements.


Dry Creek Valley Citizens Advisory Council

The advisory council reviews any project in the Dry Creek appellation that requires a use permit, zoning change or General Plan amendment and makes recommendations on action to the Sonoma County PRMD and the Board of Zoning Adjustments.