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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

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Levi's, Coleman, and more to host sample sale benefitting North

A wall stands at a Chanterelle Circle home destroyed by the Tubbs fire in the Fountaingrove area of Santa Rosa, Calif., on Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017. A wall stands at a Chanterelle Circle home destroyed by the Tubbs fire in the Fountaingrove area of Santa Rosa, Calif., on Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017.

Massive Marin-Novato Narrows segment nears completion

Construction on a huge chunk of the Marin-Sonoma Narrows near the county line is winding down and could be ready for drivers to use as soon as next month. Dubbed the San Antonio Curve Correction project, the $73 million in work over roughly 2.5 miles has realigned Highway 101 at San Antonio Road while upgrading the freeway's profile and alignment.

Harness Resilience to Outsmart Any Injury

Getting injured sucks, and it's easy to angrily complain about it to anyone who will listen. But emerging research shows that your mental state actually plays a role in whether you're at higher risk for chronic injury-and how well you'll recover.

23 local authors you should know

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Become a park and wetland docent

Petaluma Wetlands Alliance needs volunteer docents. Docents serve in a number of ways, including: teach third-graders about wetlands and habitats, leading bird walks, restoring the habitats and conducting research on birds and other wetlands animals.

SMART seeks $148,000 from FEMA for storm damage

The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit agency is seeking federal emergency money after last winter's storms caused damage to the system, including a slide near the Puerto Suello Hill Tunnel in San Rafael. The SMART Board of Directors approved a request this week to seek $148,000 in Federal Emergency Management Agency funds for flood damage that destroyed electrical equipment, caused track problems and slides along the rail route.

Petaluma Gap becomes an official wine appellation

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Avery Glynn ready for the big jump

In the world of show jumping a new young star is emerging and she is a local rider at the young age of 12. Avery Glynn of Petaluma, just became the youngest person ever to win the Horse and Hound Medal Finals held in Sacramento. The competition is a two-day competition that riders of all ages qualify to compete in the finals.

Exhibition celebrates students' work

A sparkling, rainbow light tunnel, immersive interactive displays and presentations from the Sonoma State Physics and Engineering Department were only a few of the special events held at the "Light World" exhibition Tuesday night in the SSU student center ballroom. The interactive and community learning event was put on by a group of University Elementary School first-graders and their teacher Ryan Kurada, along with the SSU Physics and Engineering department in an effort to not only showcase student work, but to inform people about the unique and mysterious way light works.

Petaluma Gap becomes America's newest AVA

The Petaluma Gap has finally received recognition as an American Viticultural Area , nearly three years after it was first tabled by the Petaluma Gap Winegrowers Alliance . The PGWA submitted a petition to the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau to establish the Petaluma Gap, which spans Sonoma and Marin Counties, as an American Viticultural Area in February 2015.

Marin Pearl Harbor survivor helped save sailors

As Japanese bombers unloaded on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, Walter R. Potter could hear the explosions from his home near Waikiki Beach, 11 miles away. Potter, a civilian crane operator at a machine factory on a dock next to Hickam Field, one of the targets of the attack, was off duty that day.

Sonoma Valley Bank trial draws to a close

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Dec. 7 & 8: Party Like It's 1992 in Petaluma

Music lovers in the North Bay have long called Petaluma's Mystic Theatre & Music Hall one of the area's best concert venues. It's gone by many names over the last century, but this week the Mystic celebrates its 25th anniversary with several shows and fan-appreciation events.

Glen Ellen's - Dunbar Blooming' project grows

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Winter break camps in Sonoma

Winter break is great. It's fun to have the kids home all day and it's a nice chance for families to have some downtime together.

Helping wildfire victims begin long-term healing

The smoke from the wildfires that swept across the North Bay two months earlier was long gone. But for many who gathered for a program titled "ReJEWvenate" on Sunday, Dec. 3, the long journey toward wellness has finally begun.

Holiday shopping? Check out Sonoma Barracks gift store

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Opinion: Congress abandons community health centers, hurting thousands in Bay Area

Service Line Director Nikki Sims installs a new scale at the Sutter Health Walk-In Care clinic in Walnut Creek, Calif., on Thursday, June 29, 2017. The clinic's first day of operation was Thursday, and additional Sutter Walk-In Care locations will open this summer and fall in Dublin, San Ramon and San Jose, in addition to clinics opened in Petaluma and San Francisco.

Storytellers face off in annual contest

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Cotati holiday food drive to benefit those in need

The City of Cotati and the California Homemaker's Association are teaming up for the fourth year to hold a holiday food drive, benefiting those in need all throughout Sonoma County. The partnership between the two groups started in 2014 when then Cotati mayor John Dell'Osso , connected with CHA who wanted to team up with the City of Cotati to facilitate a county-wide holiday food drive.

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