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CalOpps welcomes you to the City of Petaluma Agency Website
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About the City of Petaluma
Petaluma is Sonoma County’s second largest city, with a population of 58,401. Petaluma is the
southern gateway to Sonoma County and just 32 miles north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate
Bridge, conveniently located on Highway 101 at the east/west artery of Highway 116. Petaluma
offers a wide array of attractions and points of interest to explore, including: a 150?year?old
historic downtown, waterfront areas, charming historic homes and neighborhoods, a mixed?use
theater district, a thriving restaurant scene, live music venues, a historical museum, an airport, a
marina, numerous community parks, and golf courses.


Petaluma is a full-service charter city operating under the Council/City Manager form of government. The City, incorporated in 1858, operates with a seven member City Council including the Mayor. The City Council appoints a City Manager as the Chief Executive Officer of the city government. The Council also appoints the City Clerk and City Attorney. Reporting directly to the City Manager are the departments of Finance, Fire, Human Resources, Police, Public Works & Utilities, and Recreation. Free-standing divisions: Information Technology, Housing, and Building Services also report to the City Manager; Planning and Animal Control services are contracted.

Petaluma is Sonoma County’s second largest city, with a population of almost 60,000. Petaluma is the southern gateway to Sonoma County, 32 miles north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, and conveniently located on Highway 101 at the east/west artery of Highway 116. Petaluma offers a wide array of attractions and points of interest to explore, including: a 150-year-old historic downtown, waterfront areas, charming historic homes and neighborhoods, a mixed-use theater district, a thriving restaurant scene, art galleries, live music and theater venues, a historical museum, an airport, a marina, numerous community parks, and golf courses.

For more information about the City of Petaluma, please visit our website.


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City of Petaluma Job Openings
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Continuous Police Officer - Lateral
Law Enforcement
Continuous Police Officer (Academy Attendee and POST Grad)
Law Enforcement
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