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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
Firefighter-paramedic returns late firefighter's helmet to widow

Firefighter-paramedic Scott Moder presented 98-year-old Jo Miller with her late husband Ben's helmet, which Moder's mother found online SANTA ROSA, Calif. - At the age of 98, Jo Miller remembers as well as ever the last time she saw her late husband and fishing buddy suited up for work.

In Your Town for May 24, 2018

Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed Lee Ann Magoski, a communications dispatch manager at the Marin County Sheriff's Office, to the State 9-1-1 Advisory Board. The board advises the Telecommunications Division of the Department of General Services on policies, procedures, training, technology and other issues.

Petaluma celebrates 45th anniversary of 'American Graffiti'

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! Jessica Ronjoin of Rohnert Park poses for photos on Saturday, May 19, ... (more)

Husband Held To Answer For Manslaughter, Abetting Wife's Suicide

A Petaluma man was held over for trial this afternoon for voluntary manslaughter and for helping his wife hang herself outside a Bodega Bay motel in January. David Clement, 65, was living in San Rafael while his wife Debra Bales, 52, was living with her mother in Petaluma.

Liz Brasher Announces West Coast Tour with The Zombies + Debut Ep Outcast Out Now

Liz Brasher has just finished up a wildly successful stint on the West Coast in the midst of her 44-date cross country run and is excited to announce she will be heading back in the fall for a tour with the venerable, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees, The Zombies in September. More information on that tour can be found here .

Lakeville Highway to get safety improvements

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! Petaluma is taking steps to make a dangerous Lakeville Highway ... (more)

Alleged Sex Offender Arrested And Jailed Friday Night

Officers arrested and jailed an alleged high-risk sex offender and arson offender in Petaluma Friday night, police said today. Gilbert Solis, 54, a transient from San Francisco, was arrested on suspicion of failure to register as a sex offender and failure to register as an arson offender and booked into Sonoma County Jail, according to police.

One Arrested In Dui Checkpoint Friday Evening

In this checkpoint, police said, 1,683 vehicles were screened, and one driver was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. Police said 23 drivers were cited or arrested for operating a vehicle unlicensed or while the license was suspended or revoked.

$351M approved for Highway 101 projects

Attention weary commuters on Highway 101: Help is on the way, from Gilroy to Sunnyvale to SFO and through Petaluma. The California Transportation Commission has approved $351 million to add express lanes on 101 from Highway 237 to Interstate 380, rebuild the 101-237 interchange at Mathilda Avenue, begin plans for new ramps at 101-25 south of Gilroy, widen the Marin-Sonoma Narrows bottleneck and fund a pilot express bus line on 101 in San Mateo County.

Lawyer who ranted against Spanish speakers faces complaint

Lawyer Aaron Schlossberg, center, the man who ranted against the people speaking Spanish in a Midtown restaurant, takes a cellphone video of reporters taking his video as he leaves his home in Manhattan, New York on Thursday, May 17, 2018. less Lawyer Aaron Schlossberg, center, the man who ranted against the people speaking Spanish in a Midtown restaurant, takes a cellphone video of reporters taking his video as he leaves his home in Manhattan, New ... more Lawyer Aaron Schlossberg, the man who ranted against the people speaking Spanish in a Midtown restaurant, covers him self with an umbrella to block the photographers and reporters as he leaves his home in Manhattan, New York on Thursday, May 17, 2018.

Trump will keep calling gang members 'animals'

President Donald Trump says he will continue referring to MS-13 gang members as "animals" despite of the backlash to his rhetoric. Trump says: "When the MS-13 comes in, when the other gang members come into our country, I refer to them as animals.

Suit: Homeless man jailed after trying to eat at Burger King

Emory Ellis, of Boston, sits for a photo in a park, in Boston. Ellis was arrested in 2015 after he tried to buy breakfast at Burger King using a $10 bill that the cashier thought was fake.

The Posies: Jon Auer (l.) and Ken Stringfellow (r.).

Against Me: The pioneering punk band, led by transgender singer and author Laura Jane Grace, performs in support of its most recent album, 2016's "Shape Shift With Me." 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 20. $23.

No Pot on Purvine

'I'M THE BAD GUY' Because he grows cannabis for his aches and pains, neighbors give Walter Collings the cold shoulder. urvine Road runs for two miles from Middle Two Rock Road to Springhill Road in West Sonoma County.

Ten Groups Urge Congress to PAUSE Government Program Used to Pad Hospitals' Bottom Line

PETALUMA, Calif: A group of 10 organizations who provide vital health care and community services and resources to patients across the state publicly applauded California Representative Scott Peters for his leadership protecting patients by reining in the out of control government program known as 340B. Established by Congress in 1992 with bipartisan support, the 340B drug discount program requires pharmaceutical manufacturers to discount prescriptions for qualifying hospitals and clinics that serve large populations of uninsured, low-income, or vulnerable patients-with the understanding that these hospitals will use the savings to expand access to care to patients in need.

Santa Rosa Man Arrested For Fatal Stabbing At Sonoma State...

Petaluma police have arrested a Santa Rosa man on suspicion of fatally stabbing a man inside an apartment dorm room at Sonoma State University on Sunday evening. A 17-year-old boy and his uncle have been charged in a fatal stabbing of a 33-year-old man, Baltimore County police said.

Suspect arrested in fatal SSU stabbing

A Cotati police officer speaks with a student as they secure the scene of a fatal stabbing in the Alicante housing area of Sauvignon Village on the Sonoma State University campus in Rohnert Park on Sunday, May 13, 2018. Cotati police officers investigate the scene of a fatal stabbing in the Alicante housing area of Sauvignon Village on the Sonoma State University campus in Rohnert Park on Sunday, May 13, 2018.

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