Petaluma Walking Day 2020


Due to the heightened concern about community spread of the coronavirus, the California Governor’s Executive Order and direction from governmental agencies, including the City of Petaluma, we have decided to postpone the Petaluma Walking Day event to a future date. The health and well-being of our community is our primary concern, and at the moment we are focused on supporting our community and our partners to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. We will provide an update on Walking Day when a new date is determined. Please take the necessary precautions to support your health and the health of your co-workers, family and neighbors. 


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Petaluma Walking Day 2020

POSTPONED Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Shollenberger Park | 11 am - 2 pm


Hosted by the Petaluma Health Care District in partnership with the

City of Petaluma Parks & Recreation Department

Get out and walk. Your heart will thank you!


Petaluma Walking Day is a local community event honoring the American Heart Association’s National Walking Day to celebrate the importance of heart healthy habits like walking and getting outside! 


Join us on Wednesday, April 1, at 1400 Cader Lane in Petaluma any time between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm. Explore Shollenberger Park, learn about the history of Petaluma’s wetlands, peruse a health fair with local businesses and community organizations, and find out some fun and easy ways to promote heart health. We’ll have booths, information on the park and other walking areas in Petaluma, as well as snacks and other goodies!


Want to Get Involved?


We welcome everyone’s participation in Petaluma Walking Day, whether it’s through a sponsorship, donation of snacks or reusable water bottles, securing space at our health fair to share information about your organization, coming to Shollenberger and bringing some friends, or just getting outside and walking wherever you are! 


Learn more about sponsorship opportunities


Download a flyer and spread the word! 


And don't forget to take a picture or post on Facebook about what you’re doing to celebrate Walking Day and tag us at @PetalumaHealthCareDistrict and @PetalumaParksandRec or use the hashtag #PetalumaWalkingDay. You can also send us pictures of the day’s events and we’ll post them!

If you’re interested in learning more, please contact our Community Health Program Manager, Halley Cloud, at