List of historic landmarks in Petaluma facts for kids
This is a List of Petaluma Historic Landmarks and Districts. Petaluma Historic Landmarks are historic resources in Petaluma, California that the Petaluma City Council has determined to be significant based on local, state, and federal criteria. The city's Historic and Cultural Resource Committee and its Planning Commission review all proposed landmarks. Designated landmarks and properties in historic districts cannot be demolished or renovated without review and permitting approval by these bodies. The city automatically includes nationally recognized sites, such as places listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as Petaluma landmarks.
Petaluma Historic Districts
The Petaluma Historic Commercial District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995, and the city established design guidelines for the district in 1999. In addition the city has designated at least two more historic districts:
- A Street Historic District, established in 1986, and the
- Oakhill-Brewster Historic District, established in 1990.
"Warehouse District" may or may not also be designated.
Petaluma Historic Landmarks
|Healdsburg Number||Landmark Name||Location||Image||Notes||California Historical Landmark Number||National Recognition|
|1||Residence||119 Howard Street
||Ord. No. 1490 N.C.S.|
|2||Farrell House/River Café Building||222 Weller Street
||Ord. No. 1673 N.C.S.|
|3||Green Mill Sign||Hwy 101 near Hold Road
||Ord. No. 1358 N.C.S.|
|4||Coca-Cola Sign||Western Ave. & Kentucky St.
||Ord. No. 1249 N.C.S.|
|5||Andresen Building||19 Western Ave.
||Ord. No. 1314 N.C.S.|
|6||WCTU Drinking Fountain||Western Ave. & Petaluma Ave. N
||Ord. No. 1375 N.C.S.|
|7||Great Petaluma Mill||6-8 Petaluma Blvd.
||Ord. No. 1297 N.C.S.|
|8||Old Post Office Building||10-22 Petaluma Blvd.
||Ord. No. 1298 N.C.S.|
|9||McNear Building||15-25 Petaluma Blvd.
||Ord. No. 1299 N.C.S.|
|10||Koby Residence + Carriage House||901 D St.
||Ord. No. 1814 N.C.S.|
|11||Hansen House||719 North McDowell Blvd
||Ord. No. 2471 N.C.S.|
|12||Residence||200 West Street
||Ord. No. 2515 N.C.S.|
|13||Quinn Residence||503 2nd Street
||Ord. No. 2273 N.C.S.|
|14||Burdell Building||405 East D Street
||Ord. No. 2381 N.C.S.|
|15||Lee Residence||206 E Street
||Ord. No. 2242 N.C.S.|
|16||Petaluma Silk Mill||450 Jefferson Street
||Designed by noted architect Brainerd Jones.||National Register 86000386|
|17||Philip Sweed House||301 Keokuk Street
|18||Petaluma Historic Commercial District||Petaluma Blvd.: B St. to Prospect St., approx. 23 acres
||Ord. No. 2097 N.C.S.||National Register 95000354|
|19||Ellis-Martin House||1197 East Washington Street
||National Register 06000915|
|20||Old Petaluma Opera House/The Maclay Building||147-149 Kentucky Street
||National Register 78000801|
|21||Free Public Library of Petaluma||20 4th Street
||National Register 88000925|
|22||U.S. Post Office||120 4th Street
||National Register 85000140|
|District||Oakhill-Brewster Historic District||Generally north and west of downtown area.
||Ord. No. 1796 N.C.S.|
|District||A Street Historic District||Generally south and east of downtown area.
||Ord. No. 1666 N.C.S.|
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