About the Petaluma Health Care District

The Petaluma Health Care District encompasses the greater Petaluma area, including all of the City of Petaluma and the outlying areas of Penngrove, Two Rock, Lakeville Highway and unincorporated Cotati.

Below is a map of the Petaluma Health Care District. All registered voters within the District’s boundaries will see Measure CC appear on their ballots in the November 3, 2020 general election. Due to COVID-19, all voters in these areas should receive vote-by-mail ballots the week of October 5th.

Petaluma Health Care District Map from LAFCO

About the Yes on Measure CC campaign

In the November 3, 2020 election, voters in the Petaluma Health Care District will be asked whether or not to approve an agreement to sell Petaluma Valley Hospital and its assets for $52.6 million dollars to NorCal HealthConnect, LLC, a secular (non-religious) affiliate of Providence St. Joseph Health.

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Frequently Asked Questions

As the campaign unfolds and through public informational meetings hosted by the Petaluma Health Care District, we’ve heard a variety of questions regarding the future of Petaluma Valley Hospital. Find answers to some of the most commonly-asked questions here.

Ad paid for by Yes on CC, Petaluma Citizens for Quality Healthcare, sponsored by Western HealthConnect and its affiliate, NorCal HealthConnect.

Committee major funding from Providence St. Joseph Health.