Petaluma’s historic D Street neighborhood

Historic D Street home in 1893
Historic D Street home in 1893 (Sonoma County Library via Press Democrat)

Petaluma’s historic D Street neighborhood is a good place to visit to see what the city looked like in the past. With everything from Spanish Revival bungalows to Victorian mansions, D Street has preserved the many eras of Petaluma history.

 The Petaluma Historical Library and Museum will host a lecture and tour of this historical neighborhood on May 16 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Click through the Press Democrat’s historic D street photo gallery to see many of the beautiful homes.

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.

Skippy’s Egg Store … With A Museum Coming Soon

Skippy’s egg store is making sure fresh eggs are always a part of Petaluma. Run by Petaluma Farms, the retail store sells to restaurants and the public.

Purple Wine + Spirits Moves HQ to Petlauma

Purple Wine + Spirits is moving its headquarters to offices on the Petaluma River waterfront that can accommodate about 80 employees.

3 Tips to a Faster Permit Process

The permitting process is daunting no matter where you locate your business. City of Petaluma offers 3 Tips for making that process go faster and more smoothly.

 

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