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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
Deputy dies in solo crash

A 24-year-old Marin County Sheriff's Office deputy died last Thursday after crashing his car into a tree off Highway 1 just north of Point Reyes Station. Ryan Zirkle, a Petaluma resident who grew up in Novato, had been responding to a 911 hang-up call placed nearby at around midnight.

Gather Round

Cularan perform at 8pm on Thursday, March 15, at the Redwood Cafe and at 4pm on Saturday, March 17, at McNear's Saloon . With St. Patrick's Day upon us, the North Bay shows off its Irish side this weekend at several concerts and community events on March 17, and for fans of traditional Irish folk, new Sonoma County ensemble Cularan provide a perfect melodic pairing for several rounds of Guinness and gaiety.

Gang Green: 7 men arrested for marijuana-inspired home invasions

Romello Shamar Jones, 20, of Richmond, Va., was arrested Monday for allegedly breaking into three homes in Petaluma. Authorities believe he and others were looking for marijuana.

Five armed-robbery suspects elude authorities in Northern California manhunt

Authorities from Marin and Sonoma counties confer at the San Marin SMART train station in Novato during the hunt for robbers Monday. A band of armed robbery suspects from Sonoma County led police on a chase into Marin County on Monday, setting off a massive search that kept some residents confined to their homes and disrupted offices in Novato.

Mountain lions are popping up all over the Bay Area

They are suspected of making off with a small dog in Pescadero. They're being blamed for mysterious sheep deaths in Sonoma County.

Authorities search for armed robbery suspects in Novato

A search for five suspects believed to be part of a Sonoma County armed robbery is focused on the former Fireman's Fund campus in Novato, causing road closures near the San Marin Drive location early Monday. Two vehicles with as many as nine suspects were chased to Marin County by Petaluma police, according to Sonoma County Sheriff's Sergeant Spencer Crum.

Nws Warns Of Dense Fog, Low Visibility In The Bay Area This...

Visibility will be very low in many Bay Area locations due to dense fog this morning, the National Weather Service reported. Multiple cities, including Oakland, Petaluma, Concord, Half Moon Bay, Novato and Santa Rosa could have visibility as low as one-fourth of a mile, the weather service reported.

Loeber 'was an angel on this earth'

'A BEAM OF LIGHT': Gina Mercurio, above, remembers California shooting victim Christine Loeber's deep sense of caring for others. In 2014, Gina Mercurio was looking to hire a teacher of restorative yoga - a slow-paced, therapeutic practice for people who have injuries or who simply need to wind down - when a colleague recommended Christine Loeber.

Yountville victim Jennifer Golick helped - countless families

A woman who declined to give her name cries after placing flowers at a sign at the Veterans Home of California, where a gunman killed three people and then himself on Friday. A woman who declined to give her name cries after placing flowers at a sign at the Veterans Home of California, where a gunman killed three people and then himself on Friday.

Officers Conduct Dui Checkpoints, Arrest Two On Suspicion Of Dui

Officers conducted two driving under the influence and driver's license checkpoints Friday night in Petaluma that resulted in arrests and citations, police said this morning. According to police, the first checkpoint took place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday on Old Redwood Highway between Redwood Way and North McDowell Boulevard.

Startup scales up CNT membranes to make carbon-zero fuels for less than fossil fuels

Mattershift, an NYC-based startup with alumni from MIT and Yale has achieved a breakthrough in making carbon nanotube membranes at large scale. The startup is developing the technology's ability to combine and separate individual molecules to make gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel from CO2 removed from the air.

Study completed by Penngrove engineer for proposed Sebastopol trail

A feasibility study was completed and presented to the County Board of Supervisors last month for the proposed 13-mile paved trail connecting Petaluma and Sebastopol. The trail would provide safe cycling, walking, jogging and other recreational and commuting opportunities for residents of Petaluma, Sebastopol and some unincorporated areas.

Petaluma Fire Department employee leaves amid sex scandal

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Not guilty plea in Union Square killing

Three family members charged with murder in connection with the death of a man found near San Francisco's Union Square last month pleaded not guilty during their arraignment Wednesday, prosecutors said. Christopher Hardee, 47, Nicole Hardee, 40, and Kayleb Hardee, 19, have all been charged with murder, robbery, burglary, and conspiracy, according to court records.

Judges Uphold Convictions Of Mother And Daughter

Three Sonoma County Superior Court judges have affirmed the convictions of a Petaluma mother and daughter for misdemeanor obstructing and resisting a sheriff's deputy during a confrontation outside their home in 2015. Gabrielle Lemos, 21, and her mother Michelle Lemos, 50, were convicted in August 2016 of resisting Deputy Marcus Holton in front of their Liberty Road home in Petaluma on June 13, 2015, and were sentenced to 30 days in Sonoma County Jail and two years of probation.

Sheriff deputies cut hole in home's floor to arrest 2 in Santa

A standoff Wednesday with a man hiding under a Santa Rosa house led sheriff deputies to cut a hole in the home's floor and pry him out, authorities said. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office served a search warrant for Steven Molina, 47, of Petaluma, at 5:30 a.m to a home on the 1200 block of Grand Avenue in Santa Rosa.

A rum thata s good to drink and good to the Earth

Tristan Mermin, the founder of Batiste Rhum, grew up in Marin County, attended Marin Academy and the Sufi Seed Center Preschool in San Rafael and lives in San Quentin Village. Along the way he also worked at local restaurants, including the old Good Earth restaurant formerly in Larkspur Landing.

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