Related Link: Cloverdale named one of nation's "coolest small towns"
Cloverdale resident Brian Patenaude, left, takes his dogs Boomer, left and Cubby, right, for a walk three times a week in downtown Cloverdale. The pups usually drag him towards The Eagle's Nest Deli and Grill because co-owner Deed Campillo comes out and greets them with turkey or roast beef treats.
Clayton Fritz, owner of Fritz Winery in Cloverdale pours guests from left James Pierson, of San Francisco, Silke Walter, of San Francisco and Bill Garr of Santa Rosa wine on the patio of the winery.
Janaye Hammond, 7, pulls Julie Edwards, 8, down First Street in Cloverdale after doing wagon sales of Girl Scout cookies for Girl Scout Troop 10166.
A newly landscaped island stating "Welcome to Downtown Cloverdale," sits on both ends of Cloverdale Blvd.
PC: The recent $4 million dollar completion of downtown Cloverdale has what once was a 4-lane Cloverdale Blvd. now turned into a 2-lane tree-lined and lanscaped downtown. 6/13/2004: E1: Cloverdale Boulevard saw 25,000 cars a day back when it was part of Highway 101. Ten years after the highway was rerouted, the street has been narrowed from four lanes to two as part of a $4 million redevelopment project. Now, 5,000 cars pass through downtown Cloverdale each day.