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9/8/2020 – Public Safety Power Shutoff

In order to reduce the risk of wild fires, energy companies like PG&E will turn off power in certain areas during times of extreme fire danger. This type of power outage is called a Public Safety Power Shutoff, or PSPS. PG&E has announced a PSPS event in some of its service areas starting on September … Continued

Community Update for August 23, 2020

Good Afternoon, Petaluma – There has been a lot of activity related to the Walbridge Fire(which is part of the larger LNU or Lightening Complex Fires in Napa, Sonoma, and Solano counties) and we want to make sure you are informed. While there is not a fire threat to Petaluma at this time, we are … Continued


Buenas tardes Petaluma – Ha existido mucha actividad relacionada con el incendio Walbridge (que es parte del más grande LNU o Lightening Complex Fires, en los Condados de Sonoma, Napa, y Solano) y queremos asegurarnos de que están informados. Aunque en este momento NO EXISTE PELIGRO DE ENCENDIOS EN PETALUMA, estamos muy ocupados proveyendo apoyo … Continued

Petaluma City Council Unanimously Places Local Measure on November Ballot

The City of Petaluma City Council voted unanimously to place a local revenue measure on the November ballot to address current and future needs of the community. In a recently conducted community survey as much as 69% of respondents indicated they would support this simple majority requirement measure, which if enacted would provide local funding … Continued

Celebrate Safely – Petaluma Says NO to Fireworks

The increasing number of Red Flag Weather Days and devastating wildfires, coupled with the prevalence of illegal fireworks, has presented a risk too great to be ignored. While we understand fireworks are a beloved tradition for many, our top priority is to keep our residents and properties safe. We look forward to working together with … Continued

No Touch Crosswalks

To protect community health, the City has made adjustments to 3 of the high-use pedestrian crossing intersections in downtown Petaluma. The following intersections will not require a pedestrian to touch the crosswalk button: Petaluma Boulevard and Western Street Petaluma Boulevard South and B Street Western Street and Kentucky Street These specific pedestrian crossing signals will … Continued

Announcement About Emergency Rental Assistance Program

On Monday, May 4, the Petaluma City Council unanimously approved the allocation of $100,000 of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to assist Petaluma’s low-income households affected by the COVID-19 crisis, with temporary rental assistance. The program will be administered by Petaluma People Services Center, a venerable local non-profit organization who serves thousands of people … Continued

Anuncio Sobre el Programa de Asistencia de Alquiler de Emergencies

LA CIUDAD DE PETALUMA ANUNCIA EL PROGRAMA DE ASISTENCIA DE ALQUILER DE EMERGENCIA PARA AYUDAR A LOS RESIDENTES DE PETALUMA DURANTE LA CRISIS DE COVID Los que viven en Petaluma pueden solicitar el alquiler y otros costos relacionados con la vivienda cubiertos durante la pandemia Petaluma, 13 de mayo de 2020 – El lunes 4 … Continued

City Launches New Website

The City of Petaluma, in collaboration with the Petaluma Downtown Association, the Petaluma Area Chamber of Commerce, and local merchants, is excited to announce the launch of a new website:! The virtual shopping mall is set to go live Friday, May 8, and will showcase local retail stores and restaurants with detailed descriptions of … Continued


The City of Petaluma has temporarily limited its operations to provide essential services and vital functions consistent with the County of Sonoma Shelter in Place Order No. c19-05, updated March 31, 2020.  To prevent the spread of the coronavirus in our community, City Hall has moved to an essential service model and is currently closed … Continued

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