The City of Mill Valley is making an effort to improve communication to residents through the many neighborhood associations and local community organizations in town. One step in this process is keeping our records updated of the existing associations and their leadership, and having a better understanding of the households that belong to each of the associations in the City.
With your help we hope to build a Neighborhood Association Map that will allow us to concentrate communication on areas that are directly effected by construction, road work, or localized incidents.
We have created multiple ways that you can help us accurately identify households and streets associated with the many Neighborhood Association and Homeowners Associations.
Neighborhood Association MapOption 1: Download this map of Mill Valley.Outline the area of the City associated with your Neighborhood Association and label it accordingly. Mail, drop off, or email the map to us.
Option 2: Visit the Mill Valley Public Library Reference Desk and ask for a copy of the Neighborhood Associations Map. Outline and label the area and households associated with your association and return it to the Reference Desk.
OR Visit the City Hall front desk and ask for a copy of the Neighborhood Associations Map. Outline and label the area and households associated with your association and return it to the front desk.
Option 3: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a detailed description of the streets/boundaries of your Neighborhood Association/Homeowners Association.
You can drop off the map at City Hall or at the Library (Attn: Sean Mooney)
26 Corte Madera Ave
Mill Valley, CA 94941
How you can help.1. Help us understand the boundaries of your organization following the instructions on the left.
2. Please fill out our Neighborhood Association Questionnaire online or at the Library or City Hall.