Giving Tuesday

This year marks Petaluma Community Access’s 25th anniversary, and our first participation in #GivingTuesday!

This year more than ever, we need your support. As we look forward to the next 25 years, we have a wonderful opportunity for growth and to deliver on our mission to promote freedom of expression, and to build community through communication. Your gracious support is essential in providing our community with a voice.

Please support the power of communication, open dialogue, and the community of Petaluma.

Together we thrive.


All amounts are welcome, and will contribute to growing Petaluma Community Access.

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Petaluma Community Access

Petaluma Community Access, or PCA, is a non-profit public access television station in Petaluma. Through community programming, member production services, and partnerships with local businesses, PCA promotes diversity and free speech for Petaluma.

Our mission is to promote freedom of expression, provide access to communication tools, and foster the use of visual media and technology. As a Petaluma resident, you have the opportunity to join PCA as a local member and become a voice in our mission of community building and free speech. As a member of PCA you have exclusive access to state-of-the-art video production facility and equipment.

Membership is ideal for anyone looking to grow their knowledge of video production. Our current membership base consist of students, interns, business owners, video producers, and many others in our community. 

Petaluma Community Access broadcasts through Comcast on Petaluma’s local channels 26, 27, and 28. With AT&T U-Verse, PCA’s channels are accessible through channel 099. DISH network does not currently syndicate PCA’s broadcasts. The best way to view PCA’s programming with DISH is by installing a freestanding antenna to your home TV.

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Petaluma Community Access, Inc. was founded in 1996 as a nonprofit member organization. We promote freedom of expression in a public voice, provide access to communication tools, and foster the use of media for Petaluma.