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.

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

Loan Application Help

Learn about the 5 C’s, a framework banks and other lenders use when reviewing application for commercial business loans.

 

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