Several parlors have pledged to donate materials, money and time toward the re-plastering of the General Mariano Vallejo Adobe in Petaluma. The project has a few phases that must be finished before re-plastering can begin.
To date, workers have completed one phase, which includes filling most of the holes in the walls. The next step is an inspection to make sure native bats and birds have completely vacated the building. After that, plans will be made to fumigate the building, then re-plastering will start.
Petaluma Parlor (now merged with Nicasio) owned, rebuilt and preserved Vallejo’s Petaluma Adobe for many decades before donating it to the California State Parks.