Our mission is to foster meaningful connections and promote positive impact by building community and mitigating climate change.
COVID-19 UPDATE, JANUARY 7th 2021:
Hello beloved community!
After eight wonderful years, we permanently closed our Downtown location at 10 4th Street on October 30, 2020. Luckily, we have been able to keep our Uptown location at 245 Kentucky St, so the WORK community lives on! (This space is for current members only. No drop-ins at this time.)
Please see our COVID-19 PAGE for more details.
The way we work is changing. Modern technology allows many of us to work independently, but working from home can be distracting and isolating (I fell into this category), working from the coffee shop is no long-term solution (my husband Matt tried this, but it got old quickly), and getting your own office is a big commitment (I tried this, too, but it was expensive and lonely). Our goal is to improve your WORK day by creating a space that is inviting, productive, flexible, and close to home (let’s put an end to the wasteful commute).
Opened in 2012, we’ve spent the last eight years cultivating an eclectic community of local professionals resulting in the thriving hub you see today. We have all of the office accoutrements you might be missing, including high-speed internet, a professional copy machine, and large whiteboards. We have five conference rooms in various configurations available on an hourly or daily basis for that team meeting or client presentation you need to host. We even have business classes and workshops to expand your expertise. But most of all, we have great people who will make you smile, broaden your knowledge base, and make you want to go to WORK.
We have used our coworking space as a force for good, connecting people to each other and to new ideas. Our weekly social and educational events focus on support for small businesses and action on climate change. We donate over 100 hours a year in meeting room time for local non-profit board meetings and we act as a Climate Action Incubator. WORK is the convening place and a founding member of Climate Action Petaluma, which collaborated with the City of Petaluma to pass the first Climate Emergency Resolution in Sonoma County and create the Climate Action Commission.