Mill Valley is a beautiful place to live and play but also a place of great risks - wildfire, earthquake, winter storms, landslides, flash floods and tidal flooding. The risks are real and the City strongly encourages its residents to be aware and stay informed.
On the following pages you will find information about:
PREPAREDNESS TOPIC OF THE MONTH:
Learn how to prepare your caregiver for earthquakes, fire and storms. Click here on Caregiver Checklist to access a "Caregiver Emergency Preparedness Checklist" in both English and Spanish and review it with those who care for your family in your absence.
The County of Marin Grand Jury recently released a report on Emergency Preparedness in Marin. Download the report to learn more.
The City of Mill Valley is committed in providing you with detailed information on upcoming high tides that affect the residents of Mill Valley.
Collecting new, unwrapped toys throughout the community, Fire Stations and City Buildings.
Update: Northbound Miller Avenue is now open.
The funds generated by the 29 year-old Municipal Service Tax improve City streets, reduce fire hazards, and shorten emergency response times.
12/8/2016 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
1/12/2017 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Last updated: 10/2/2014 11:26:23 AM