Find Your School
PCS Elementary School Zones
Wonder which PCS school is your neighborhood school? Use our new SchoolFinder to find out! Or search to find your perfect fit based on your needs and interests!
If you're trying to find your neighborhood school but don't see a boundary marked when you look up your address, check the Sonoma County District & Elected Official Lookup to see if you are in a different Petaluma elementary district. Further questions can be addressed by calling the District Office at 707-778-4813.
Street to School Lookup
If you are looking for information on which junior high or high school is your school of residence (aka, neighborhood school), please use the PCS Street School Lookup, which provides a listing of streets within Petaluma and their corresponding districts of residence or neighborhood schools. This information is for general guidance only.
If you are looking for your neighborhood school at the elementary level, please use our new SchoolFinder! If the SchoolFinder does not indicate a neighborhood school, you can find your district of residence through the Sonoma County District & Elected Official Lookup. Further questions can be addressed by calling the District Office at 707-778-4813.
Is your school of choice not your neighborhood school?
Enroll your student in a school outside of your residential zone through an Intradistrict Transfer
Is your address not in Petaluma City Schools boundaries?
Enroll your student in our schools through an Interdistrict Transfer.
Are you employed within PCS boundaries for 10 or more hours per school week, but your home address is not in Petaluma City Schools boundaries?
Enroll your student in our schools through an Employment Related Transfer.
Full Map of Petaluma City Schools Sites
While the SchoolFinder Website is a great way to learn more about our elementary schools, it is not a comprehensive map of all schools and sites at PCS. The Petaluma City Schools Map linked here includes our elementary sites as well as our comprehensive junior high and high schools, our alternative schools, and administration buildings.