The planning commissioner became the seventh candidate seeking a seat in November.
The city launched a $1M paving project with a state gas tax infusion.
Noisy pests buzz residents as summer heats up.
A preliminary study shows Petaluma’s groundwater is relatively clean, and the new regulatory agency won’t be seeking to tax residents for now.
The $85 million in funding will widen the highway to six lanes through the heart of Petaluma.
The city is considering requiring developers to pay a greater share of affordable housing costs to help stem the housing crisis.
The director of the incoming provider was fired from Petaluma Animal Services Foundation.
Wayne Leach takes over presidency of the Petaluma Area Chamber of Commerce.
Petaluma-area highways, including Highway 101 and Highway 37, got a boost from last week’s ballot measure approval.
The parks commissioner is the sixth candidate in the November election.
North Bay Animal Services beat two other bidders for the city’s animal services contract.
Several high profile Petaluma developments are breaking ground or finishing this spring, adding hundreds of housing units and hotel rooms to the city.
A man who Petaluma Police shot during an armed standoff Tuesday died in the hospital from his wounds Wednesday night.
Petaluma Gap became the newest American Viticultural Area, set apart by the cool breeze.
The incident forced Casa Grande High School and others into a ‘shelter in place’ order.
The controversial crosstown roadway project moves forward, but a funding gap remains.
Local artist Mary Fassbinder is on a mission to paint all of the parks in the U.S. National Park system.
Regan, Pocekay, Fischer join King and Conklin in the November campaign.
North Bay Animal Services, a new Petaluma nonprofit, and Marin Humane are competing with Petaluma Animal Services Foundation for the city’s contract.
Negotiations are back on between the Petaluma Health Care District and St. Joseph, the current operator of Petaluma Valley Hospital.
The regional park faces objection from a neighbor over water.
The park, in the Petaluma Wetlands, will use a nearly quarter million dollar grant to build an amphitheater and educational kiosk.
Rob Conklin, a political newcomer and long time resident, threw his hat into the ring for the November election.
Petaluma is accepting bids for a road safety project at Pine View Way and Lakeville Highway, a dangerous intersection.
Dave King, a Petaluma attorney and one-term city councilman, announced last week he is seeking reelection to the Petaluma City Council.