FAQ Topic: Coronavirus Updates

City of Petaluma Tap Water Safe from Coronavirus

As you make any preparations to deal with the risks of coronavirus (COVID-19) know that your tap remains a safe and reliable source of clean, good-tasting drinking water. Water served by City of Petaluma to customers comes from the Sonoma County Water Agency and is purified using modern treatment techniques to remove pathogens, including bacteria … Continued

Government Orders and Requirements

CITY ATTORNEY SUMMARIES OF ORDERS AND ORDINANCES Review the City Attorney’s Summary of the County Order to Shelter in Place. Review the City Attorney’s Summary of the Order Establishing a Statewide Moratorium on Evictions Review the City Attorney’s Comparison of Sonoma County COVID-19 Eviction Defense Urgency Ordinance and Executive Order N-37-20 Establishing a Statewide Moratorium … Continued

Changes in City of Petaluma Services and Operations

Key information regarding current services and operations within the City of Petaluma: Beginning on Tuesday, March 17, the City limited operations to “essential services only” through May 3, 2020. Check out the listing of city departments and services. All public-facing City facilities, including City Hall and the Petaluma Community Center, are closed through May 3, … Continued

Other Service and Resource COVID-19 Responses

SHOPPING HOURS FOR SENIORS Oliver’s and Petaluma Market are reserving the first hour they are open every day, from 6-7 a.m., for seniors and individuals with suppressed immunity systems. So is Whole Foods, which offers a window from 8-9 a.m. Safeway and Lucky designated 6-9 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday for those same groups, as … Continued

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