Hotel Petaluma Keeps History Alive Downtown

The newly restored Hotel Petaluma is keeping history alive. Built in 1923, the five-story hotel sits on a bustling street in downtown Petaluma, near shops and restaurants.

The San Francisco Chronicle praises Hotel Petaluma’s modest room rates and notes “the hotel’s Art Deco stylings, mixed with Moroccan and Mediterranean touches, exude unique personality ….” With a wine bar, tasting room and restaurant accessible from the lobby, visitors don’t have to go far to experience some of what downtown offers.

Fabulous Women Founder Honored With North Bay Community Spirit Award

Krista Gawronski, founder of The Fabulous Women nonprofit, honored with North Bay Community Spirit Award for her grassroots efforts to help the community

Meet the City of Petaluma Fire Marshal

Learn about the Petaluma Fire Marshal, Jessica Power, including her background, approach to Fire Prevention, and plans for the City.

Fabulous Women Founder Honored With North Bay Community Spirit Award

Krista Gawronski, founder of The Fabulous Women nonprofit, honored with North Bay Community Spirit Award for her grassroots efforts to help the community

D Street Fire House

Learn about the D Street Fire Station, completed in 1938, which was designed by Brainerd Jones and funded in part through the Public Works Administration.

 

 CAREER & LIFESTYLE GUIDE

Learn what makes Petaluma a great place to grow a career and build a life.

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