- Economic Development
- Redevelopment Successor Agency
The Petaluma Community Development Commission (PCDC), also referred to as the “Redevelopment Agency,” was activated on December 1, 1975, and exercises all of the powers authorized under the Constitution and the laws of the State of California, including the California Community Redevelopment Law (Health and Safety Code, Commencing with Section 33000). The seven members of the Petaluma City Council serve as the governing body of the Commission. The City Manager acts as the Commission's Executive Director. The City Attorney acts as Commission Counsel. The City's Finance Director serves as Commission Treasurer and the City Clerk serves as the Commission Secretary. The PCDC is charged with the goal of eliminating blight within the redevelopment project areas through the process of redevelopment. Under State law, the PCDC exercises all of the authorized governmental functions in carrying out projects and has sufficient broad authority to acquire, develop, administer and sell or lease property, including the right of eminent domain and the right to issue bonds, notes, and other evidences of indebtedness and expend their proceeds.
Five Year Implementation Plan, June 2007
Mid-Term Review of Implementation Plan, October 2009
Review the city's Amended Enforceable Obligation Payment Schedule - 2012
|For business assistance contact:
Ingrid Alverde, Economic Development Manager