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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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April 28: Wake Up in Petaluma

The rise in public protests and marches highlights how powerful and effective the calls for social justice are when organized. This week, Santa Rosa Junior College's Petaluma outpost and North Bay Organizing Project co-host We the Future , a daylong conference that coordinates efforts among activists of color, the LGBTQI community, immigrants, labor organizers and others.

Petaluma PD seek man who tagged businesses, vehicles

Petaluma police are hoping the public can help them catch a suspect who went around vandalizing storefronts, street signs, and vehicles Saturday morning. According to Petaluma police, between 2 a.m. and 2:39 a.m., about 12 businesses, three vehicles and several street signs along East Washington Street between Water Street and Kenilworth Drive were spray-painted with the words "FURY", "CRUEL" and "FTW".

North Bay Boys and Girls Club employee arrested on child endangerment charges

The director of a Boys and Girls Club afterschool program was arrested Monday on suspicion of posting a 6-year-old girl's photo and her personal information in an internet child pornography chat room, according to the Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety. Benjamin Goerke, 22, of Rohnert Park, was arrested on suspicion of child endangerment and was booked into Sonoma County Jail.

Best margaritas line up for El Cinco

Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, Sonoma Magazine has lined up 19 of the best Sonoma County spots for margaritas, from Petaluma to Cloverdale. Locals will recognize several of them are right here in Sonoma - from La Casa to Maya to Oso and more.

Search ends for small plane missing north of Lake Tahoe

The Civil Air Patrol has ended an unsuccessful search for a small airplane in the Sierra Nevada that has been missing since it took off from near Lake Tahoe a week ago. Maj. Shane Terpstra, the incident commander for the Sierra County sheriff's office, said in a statement Monday they were extremely disappointed they haven't been able to find the plane that was carrying a couple from Truckee to Petaluma, California.

NEWS Labcon qualifies for tax credits as it expands

Injection molder Labcon North America Inc. may receive up to $800,000 in California tax credits as part of an expansion that is seeing it add staff and space. The California Competes Tax Credit committee approved $91.4 million in tax credits for 114 companies committing to expand and create more than 8,233 jobs in the state.

Exclusive: Ghost Ship lease specified illegal use

Documents obtained by the Bay Area News Group show that the lease Derick Almena and a partner signed for the Ghost Ship warehouse planned an illegal use from the very start - an artist collective that was not allowed under zoning laws - and that the building owner had approved the use. And two months after that document was signed, landlord Eva Ng was told that Almena was secretly making alterations to the building that went beyond the terms of the lease, but Ng made no apparent move to stop him.

Petaluma clears out homeless camps in city

Petaluma police Thursday said they are continuing their efforts to clear out homeless camps and provide services for their former residents. Police documented 34 large encampments and more than 100 smaller camps in the city along waterways and in parks, open spaces business and residential areas including the downtown district and the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit tracks.

DUI suspect passes cop car at 100 mph

Macy Keovilay, 29, was driving a Volkswagen Passat with its headlights off at more than 100 mph when she passed a Petaluma police officer on southbound U.S. Highway 101 south of East Washington Street around 2 a.m., Sgt. Ron Klein said.

42 things made in Sonoma County

Yuba Bicycles: The Petaluma-based company is known for their stylish cargo bikes that make eco-friendly commuting both fun and easy. "Santa Rosa" plum: Just one of the many varieties created by Luther Burbank, who also created the Shasta daisy, the fire poppy, the freestone peach, the Russet Burbank potato and many more.

Sorry, San Diego. Santa Rosa is America's microbrew capital.

MARCH 28: Lagunitas Brewing Company brewer Tim Goeppinger takes a sample of beer from a tank at the brewery March 28, 2006 in Petaluma, California. PETALUMA, CA - MARCH 28: Lagunitas Brewing Company brewer Tim Goeppinger takes a sample of beer from a tank at the brewery March 28, 2006 in Petaluma, California.

Explaining the origins of 4/20, marijuana's high holiday

Today marks marijuana culture's high holiday, 4/20, when college students gather - at 4:20 p.m. - in clouds of smoke on campus quads and when pot shops in legal weed states thank their customers with discounts. This year's edition provides an occasion for pot activists to reflect on how far their movement has come, with recreational pot now allowed in eight states and the nation's capital, as well as a changed national political climate that could threaten to slow or undermine their cause.

SMART quiet zone OKa d for Petaluma; Marin to start process

Federal rules will allow Petaluma to immediately operate a no-horn "quiet zone" along SMART railroad tracks in the city, but Marin will likely hold off until system testing is complete. The Federal Railroad Administration on Wednesday gave verbal affirmation that Petaluma is within its rights to begin the quiet zone, even though testing of the rail system has not been completed, said Farhad Mansourian, general manager of the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit agency, at a meeting of the train board in Petaluma.

Small plane bound for Petaluma missing after leaving Tahoe

The four-seat, blue and white Socata TB-20 with two people aboard left the Truckee Tahoe Airport just before 4 p.m. Monday, according to Civil Air Patrol Lt. Col. Crystal Housman.

Plane from Truckee bound for Petaluma missing

Civil Air Patrol crews from California and Nevada are searching for a small plane that failed to arrive at its scheduled destination at the Petaluma Municipal Airport after taking off from Truckee on Monday. The four-seat, blue and white Socata TB-20 with two people aboard left the Truckee Tahoe Airport just before 4 p.m. Monday, according to Civil Air Patrol Lt.

Truckee-to-Petaluma plane missing

Air rescue crews are searching Northern California mountains for a single-engine plane reported missing after it failed to land as scheduled. The Santa Rosa Press Democrat newspaper reports the Socata TB-20 Trinidad with two people aboard left the Truckee-Tahoe Airport near the Nevada border Monday afternoon.

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