"The following is a student created blog regarding the history of the Petaluma Watershed. This blog is part of a series from students at Casa Grande participating in the Watershed Classroom with educators Paula Biancalana and Jolene Thinnes."
Cedar Grove Park was a big part of the Petaluma community in the 1880’s. The park consisted of amusement activities for families to take part in and was very popular for families to go to during the summer. Over the years people stopped going because it became hard to travel to since the Washington Street Bridge was made permanent on the Petaluma River. Today it consists of abandoned buildings that people in the community want to have torn down.
By Hailey Iribarne