Time To Trestle

Time to Trestle

Sign our Petition

Please take a moment to sign our Citizen’s of Petaluma Petition below.

Let’s encourage the City of Petaluma to move forward on the Riverfront Trestle Rehabilitation project in FY 2023-2024 and build a beautiful Riverfront Promenade in the heart of our downtown.  Thank you!

Note:  We will only use your information to keep you updated on the Trestle Rehabiliation Project.

Trestle before and after rehabilitation

Imagine a beautiful Petaluma Riverfront Promenade instead of the chain-linked deteriorating trestle that we have now.

We do!

Petaluman’s and visitors alike will enjoy a park-like setting in the heart of our downtown for dining, strolling, city events and more – lined with kiosks for goodies that you can enjoy on your stroll.

The Petaluma City Council has deemed the Trestle Rehabilitation Project as one of the city’s highest priorities, yet it still needs funding. PWC is playing a key role in helping our City make this happen. We need your support to help and encourage the City of Petaluma to break ground on this project in the 2023-2024 Fiscal Year.  Please sign our petition.

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It’s Time to Trestle!

When Ida McNear founded the Petaluma Woman’s Club in 1896 she set this as our creed:

We desire to do all in our power to make Petaluma an ideal town, that will be known as a town of good citizenship.

In the effort for clean streets, good water, pure food and better sanitation, we will constantly be on the alert to aid our street and city officials.

In the spirit of the founding mothers, the Petaluma Woman’s Club is active in supporting the City of Petaluma’s efforts in the Riverfront Trestle Rehabilitation Project.


Look at what the ladies of Petaluma can do!   Let’s focus our energy now on beautifying the heart of downtown Petaluma and help the city build a Riverfront Promenade by breaking ground on the Petaluma Trestle Rehabilitation Project.

Argus Article regarding Woman's Improvement Club builing Carnegie Library
page 2 of Sommer's Argus Article about Woman's Improvement Club