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Fall 2015 Activity Guide
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Did you know....You do not need to live in Mill Valley to take advantage of our programs, services or facilities - EVERYONE IS WELCOME.

You are invited to take a moment and review our most recent Activity Guide as new and exciting programs and events are added for each session.  No need to travel on the freeway, fight traffic or spend more and more money as gas prices soar.  The majority of all activities are conveniently offered at the Community Center, Aquatics/Fitness Center, Golf Clubhouse, or at one of our local schools.  When you think recreation don't forget about our beautiful Mill Valley Golf Course or the Boyle Park Tennis Courts, they too are located right here in Mill Valley.

You can walk up and play a round of golf, play a match of tennis, swim laps in the pool, relax in the spa, run on the treadmill, lift weights or take an aerobic or spin class all on the spur of the moment?  No membership or initiation fees required at the Center, on the Golf Course or at the Tennis Courts.  Daily passes are available and of course you can always purchase annual or multi use passes which are the BEST value anywhere!

Contact us at
Mill Valley Recreation
180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley CA 94941
(415) 383-1370

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Notice of Public Hearing to Consider Proposed Tree Removal
for fire truck access at the Monte Vista and Marion Ave intersection on Wednesday, October 21, 2015.
Trunk or Treat at the Center
Now accepting applications from community groups to participate in the 2nd annual Trunk or Treat - a safe and fun community trick or treating event
Tree Replacement Project – Boyle Park Tennis Courts
Over the past few days the City has received a number of comments and questions about the removal of several Coast Live Oak trees in conjunction with
Boyle Park Tennis Courts  Construction begins on Tuesday, September 1, 2015
All tennis courts at Boyle Park will be resurfaced and new lights and fencing will be added to improve safety. The work will also add a raingarden to
Alto Bowl Preserve Trail Use
City learns Marin County Open Space has received requests to open at least one trail currently designated for hiker/equestrian to include bicyclists.

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