ISO’s Public Protection Classification program provides fire protection ratings for communities throughout the United States. In addition to providing standards for evaluating a fire department’s capabilities, a community’s rating can impact fire insurance premiums for property owners. On a scale from 1 to 10, with 1 representing superior property fire protection, the City of Petaluma’s … Continued
FAQ Topic: Fire, Police, and Emergency Services
First, you must request a tow release in person from the Police Department and pay a City administrative fee of $168. Next, you must present the release to the tow company and pay its fees. Note: towed cars can only be released to the registered owner–no exceptions.
A clearance letter states that you have no criminal history with the Petaluma Police Department. The letter encompasses the previous eight years and applies only to Petaluma Police’s jurisdiction. To request one, contact Police Records by mail or in person. Provide a copy of your valid driver’s license, a written request, and pay a fee … Continued
The County of Sonoma has published a page about evacuating safely in the era of COVID-19. Read the page so that you and your family members can respond in the safest way in the event of an emergency. Staying Safe in Emergencies During COVID-19
If an alert or warning needs to be issued for a potential threat to the City of Petaluma, community members can receive these messages by subscribing to Nixle or SoCo Alerts. As part of our emergency management and preparedness, the City of Petaluma provides this alert and warning service free to our community. To subscribe … Continued
To report a crime that is an emergency and in progress, dial 911. For non-emergency crimes, including those that are in progress and those that have already taken place, read our tips here.
You can request a fire incident report from the Fire Prevention Bureau through our online form, via email, or in person at 22 Bassett Street, Petaluma, CA, 94952.
Contact Code Enforcement at 707-778-4469, via email ([email protected]) or via their online form (available on the Report Nuisance Code Enforcement page).
You will receive an Order of Suspension/Revocation from the officer. If you hold a valid California driver license, the officer will pick it up and send it to DMV. The Order of Suspension/Revocation serves as a temporary license which expires 30 days from its issue date. Then the suspension/revocation action goes into effect. The temporary … Continued
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