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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

Petaluma News
The Mystic Theatre Celebrates 25 Years of Hosting Funkadelic and Prolific Music

The Mystic Theatre in Petaluma, CA will celebrate 25 years of hosting funkadelic and prolific music this year. From its humble beginnings in 1992, the North Bay's premiere music venue has become the staple concert venue in Petaluma.

Pick up Petalumaa s Thistle Meats in Oakland

Thistle Meats, Petaluma's beloved whole animal butcher shop, is now available for pick up at sister restaurant, Hopscotch, in Oakland . Thistle Meats, Petaluma's beloved whole animal butcher shop, makes bacon so good, you'd readily drive to Sonoma County for it.

Hyatt Times

Sonoma County's numerous hotels servicing the luxe grape economy are mostly non-union shops - which only serves to highlight the breakthrough unionization effort last week at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek hotel in Santa Rosa. More than 50 hotel workers joined Unite Here Local 2850, the regional hospitality union with 270,000 members in the United States and Canada.

Clark Investment Group, Terrapin Investments to Build Self-Storage in Petaluma, CA

A joint venture between Clark Investment Group and Terrapin Investments & Management Corp. intends to develop 75,000 square feet of self-storage in Petaluma, Calif. The $12 million project will comprise 830 climate-controlled and traditional storage units spread between a three-story structure and a single-story building, according to a press release issued by Talonvest Capital Inc., the boutique real estate adviser that brokered the financing.

City of Ukiah sets its sights on building more housing

A Chico-based developer was eyeing this lot behind Rite Aid on West Gobbi Street for a large apartment complex, but costly development fees led them to abandon the plan. Ask Ukiahans what their city needs and you're likely to hear suggestions such as street repairs, a plan for the homeless, good-paying jobs like those provided by Costco and more housing for people of all incomes.

Pigs, cows, rabbits and more: Adorable animals at the fair

Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Continue reading with unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month, and support community journalism! Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month, and support community journalism! For just $5.25 per month, you can keep reading SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile, and support community journalism! A late '70s/early '80s photo of the piglet scramble on Farmers' Day at ... (more)

Outside Lands: Metallica delivers, Tribe cancels

Metallica performs on the Lands End main stage during the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California, on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017. Metallica performs on the Lands End main stage during the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California, on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017.

Los Gu'achis to spice up library

Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Continue reading with unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month, and support community journalism! For just $5.25 per month, you can keep reading SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile, and support community journalism! The musical heritage of the American southwest, Mexico and Alta California will reverberate at the Sonoma Valley Regional Library this weekend, when Los Gu'achis comes to town Saturday at 2 p.m. The Petaluma-based quintet takes its name from the Gu-Achi Fiddlers, who resided in the Gu-Achi district of the Papago Indian Reservation in southern ... (more)

RP City Council one step closer to vision of downtown

A resolution that would allow the city manager to launch a "Form Based Code" contract with a city designer and contractor, a document that defines the aesthetic look and design of a city's downtown area, passed 5 to 0 at this week's city council meeting, putting the city one step closer to establishing an official downtown area for Rohnert Park. The contract was awarded to Opticos Design Inc., an architect and urban planning firm based out of Berkeley, known for designing the likes of Hamilton Housing in Novato, the Livermore Village in Livermore and even "tropical buildings" in Gabon, Africa, according to their website.

Anchor CEO Says Brewery Sale Was To Focus On Distillery

Explaining some of his rationale for selling the historic local brewery Anchor to the large Japanese brewery Sapporo for $85 million , Anchor CEO Keith Greggor reveals he's betting on craft spirits over craft beer. Anchor distilling wasn't a part of the deal with Sapporo, but instead reached a trademark licensing agreement and lease agreement to retain its name and independence.

Vacaville motorcyclist Marc Zarra to make Sonoma Raceway debut

When the motorcyclists line up for the seventh round of the MotoAmerica Championships this weekend, one Vacaville resident will be amongst the field at Sonoma Raceway. Vacaville's Marc Zarra will be competing in the Supersport class down in Wine Country as MotoAmerica returns to Sonoma following a five-year hiatus.

Burning Ham - Bacon, Beer & Bands

Aug. 9, 2017 - PRLog -- - Saturday 10/7/17 12:30AM - 5PM Penngrove Park 11800 Main, Penngrove, CA 94951 TICKETS: www.BurningHamSonoma.com $30 Pre-sale $35 at the door $75 VIP Kids 13 & under FREE We have 3 luau whole pigs and a 4-category BBQ competition with Baby Back Ribs, Pulled Pork, Bacon Dish and Bacon Dessert. Bring the whole family to enjoy kids' activities, live music and Lagunitas beer.

Meet the Winners

Our annual NorBay Music Awards got beefed-up this year with a whopping 21 categories, including new spots for venues, festivals and more. The readers have spoken and the winners are: The Dylan Black Project Soulful band of veteran musicians is a fixture at community concerts and gets the crowds moving with up-tempo rhythms and scorching solos.

Middletown cyclist to ride a Pedal 4 Polioa

About 30 cyclists have signed on to pedal the length of Rotary International's Northern California District 5130, from Crescent City to Petaluma. The 'Pedal 4 Polio Ride to End Polio Now' is slated for August 13-19.

Farmer's Day at Sonoma County Fair gives thrills to all ages

Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Continue reading with unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month! Get unlimited access to SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile app for just $5.25 per month, and support community journalism! For just $5.25 per month, you can keep reading SonomaNews.com, the Sonoma Index-Tribune eEdition and our mobile, and support community journalism! Tanner Graves hangs on tight to win the mutton bustin' competition during Farmer's Day at the Sonoma County Fair in Santa Rosa, California, Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017.

Petaluma Music Festival a Day of Music and Hijinks

Petaluma, CA,- A gentle breeze with sunny skies and temperatures hovering in the 70's set the stage for a full day of music and hijinks at the Petaluma Music Festival. Held at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds on August 5th, this year would mark the festival's 10th year of raising funds to help keep music programs alive in schools.

The Wall Street Journal: There's no time like the present to update your estate plan

Financial adviser Bijan Golkar begged his father to update his estate plan after his father divorced and purchased sizable business and real estate holdings. But despite his cajoling, his father wouldn't take action.

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