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Petaluma is located in central California in Sonoma County near the San Francisco Bay Area. The name Petaluma is a derivation of the Coast Miwok Native American language's phrase "peta luuma," meaning "hill backside." It most likely refers to Petaluma's proximity to Sonoma Mountain. In the 2007 novel Divisadero by Michael Ondaatje, the farm where the novel takes place is located near Petaluma. Several movies have been filmed in Petaluma including, Flubber (1997), Basic Instinct (1992), and American Graffiti (1973).

Population: 54548
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges: Meridian University

Zip Codes associated with petaluma, california: 94952 94954
Towns/Cities near petaluma, california : Rohnert Park Cotati El Verano Boyes Hot Springs Temelec Penngrove

Petaluma News
California Fire Victims Live In RVs, Await Housing

Knock on the Caparros' aluminum door and they're likely to invite you into their new Petaluma home. Just use the boot brush to kick off the mud and mind the short attached staircase on the way in.

Police Arrest Man For Vehicle Theft, Drug Possession

Petaluma police arrested a man on suspicion of stealing a vehicle that was warming up unattended at a residence this morning. The theft in the 400 block of Stuart Drive was reported around 7:05 a.m. An officer saw the stolen vehicle on Ely Boulevard with the suspect who drove at high speeds through residential neighborhoods, police Sgt.

Investment Analysts' Updated EPS Estimates for January, 19th (CP,...

Cowen Inc currently has an outperform rating on the stock. was upgraded by analysts at Zacks Investment Research from a hold rating to a buy rating.

Petaluma mom wants SMART safety action after daughtera s fall

A Petaluma mother is calling for change at Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit stations after her 5-year-old daughter slipped between the platform and train earlier this month. Melissa Strange, 36, said she wants SMART service to halt until safety features can be added to prevent people from falling in between the seven-and-a-half-inch gap between the track and platform where her daughter fell.

Stepping Out: Crustacean Celebrations around the county

GETTING STEAMED: It's crab season and more than a dozen local non-profits are already preparing for dinner. PHOTO BY ASHLEY COLLINGWOOD Crab-feeds are to Californians what clambakes are to New Englanders, what a Fish Fry is to upstate New Yorkers at Lent, what an Oyster Bake is to Texans from San Antonio, and what a good old fashioned southern Crawfish Boil is to folks from Louisiana.

Stepping Out: Crustacean Celebrations around the county

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Program brings young adults on recycling missions in West Marin

They were cresting the spine above Pierce Point Ranch when driver Mike Anderson and his second-in-command, Luke Ferrigno, spotted the herd and slowed their compactor truck to a halt. With phones in hand, the two snapped shots of the tule elk and marveled at their silvery coats and stature.

Granddaughter Admits Starting House Fire Wednesday Evening

A family of six escaped a house fire allegedly started by a resident in northeast Petaluma on Wednesday evening, a fire battalion chief said. The fire in a bedroom in the home at 521 Albert Way was reported around 7:05 p.m. and was contained at 7:22 p.m., Petaluma Fire Battalion Chief Jeff Holden said.

Fire Crews Help Rescue Calf That Fell Into Well

Fire crews helped rescue a calf Monday after it fell into a well in rural Sonoma County, according to officials. The approximately 6-month-old calf fell into the 16-foot-deep well at about 4 p.m. on a property on Fallon Road, just west of Petaluma.

Novato makes tentative chief job offer to fire marshal

Novato fire officials have extended a tentative job offer to Battalion Chief Bill Tyler to serve as the city's next fire chief. The offer, which is conditional pending contract negotiations this week with the Novato Fire District Board of Directors, is scheduled to be voted on at a special board meeting at 6 p.m. Jan. 22 at Novato Fire Station 61, 7025 Redwood Blvd. "Nothing is official until the board completes negotiations and then votes to approve the contract and appointment on the 22nd," said outgoing Fire Chief Mark Heine in an email Monday.

Smoke taint samples sought for new product trials

Petaluma, Calif. - French winemaking supplier Oenofrance is seeking samples of wine with smoke taint so its research and development team can test the effectiveness of a new fining agent developed to remove smoke compounds.

Petaluma Man Charged With Manslaughter And Assisting Wife's...

A Petaluma man who allegedly tried to smother his wife and help hang her was charged in Sonoma County Superior Court today with voluntary manslaughter and assisting her suicide. David O'Connor Clement, 64, did not enter a plea to the two felony charges and is scheduled to return to court Wednesday.

New Sonoma Valley Unified School District board president undaunted

Bill Hoban/Index-Tribune Sonoma Valley Unified School District board President Britta Johnson listens to a report a during a recent meeting Britta Johnson balances the demands of serving as a SVUSD board trustee with her long-time, full-time job as a sales rep with the Harward-based Laboratory Equipment Company. The Sonoma Valley Unified School District's agenda for the coming year looks rather daunting - cut $2 million from the budget now and maybe another $1 million later and hire a permanent district superintendent.

Grant Davis returns to head Sonoma County Water Agency

Grant Davis, as general manager of the Sonoma County Water Agency, walks up the steps of the Sonoma County Water Agency's fish ladder and viewing gallery in Forestville, in 2016. Davis left the SCWA briefly to lead the state Department of Water Resources, but resigned to come back to Sonoma County.

Future uncertain for Heartwood charter school in Fairfax

The future of a West Marin charter school created as a loving, independent, alternative education for kids is in jeopardy after its authorizing agency pulled the plug, effective Monday. CalSTEAM, which holds the charter for Heartwood Educational Collaborative in Fairfax, is self-revoking its charter under a Sonoma County school district.

Police: Woman stole credit cards during Petaluma weddings

According to police, they received a report of a stolen wallet on Jan. 2 at St. Vincent de Paul Church. The victim said she left her purse in a backroom during the ceremony, and when she returned to the room afterward, her wallet was missing and she later found out her credit cards had been used.

Petaluma man arrested for allegedly helping wife commit suicide

A Petaluma man was arrested for attempting to smother his wife with a pillow multiple times before helping her hang herself at a Bodega Bay hotel, authorities said. A Petaluma man was arrested for attempting to smother his wife with a pillow multiple times before helping her hang herself at a Bodega Bay hotel, authorities said.

Man Arrested For Attempted Murder Of Wife, Assisting Her Suicide

Sonoma County sheriff's deputies arrested a Petaluma man Wednesday on suspicion of attempting to kill his wife and ultimately helping her commit suicide. David O'Connor Clement, 64, called the sheriff's office around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday to report his 52-year-old wife had just hanged herself from a tree near the parking lot of the Inn at the Tides on state Highway 1 in Bodega Bay, sheriff's Sgt.

More tidbits from the locals-1992

Best wishes to Danny Karlstad and Dawn Mejia who were recently married at Adobe Christian Center in Petaluma and are now living in Rohnert Park. The bride's parents Michael and Gaye Mejia, also live in Rohnert Park.

Best Sonoma Restaurants: 18 Picks from the Food Critics

Hungry for something new this year? The food critics at Sonoma Magazine have picked out their favorite restaurants for you to add to your 2018 bucket list. Some of these are classics and some are new twists; there are a range of styles, price points, and cuisines.

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