Now that rainy season is upon us, leaves swept into the street will block storm drains and lead to localized flooding. We encourage community members to continue to rake and dispose of leaves in your green bins.
January 9, 2020 - Welcome to this month's edition of MVConnect, a monthly digest with timely updates and summaries of recent news and events.
As news floods in from the Australian fire siege, Mill Valley residents are reminded that California’s next fire season is just around the corner.
In the wake of City Manager Jim McCann’s announcement of his retirement earlier this year, the Mill Valley City Council has announced that Mill Valley Police Chief Alan Piombo will serve in the City’s lead role on an interim basis, and guide the City through its transition between permanent City Managers.
At the November 18, 2019 City Council meeting, City Manager Jim McCann provided an update on the recruitment process for the new City Manager. As announced in October 2019, Manager McCann will be retiring in February 2020.
In September 2019, the City of Mill Valley announced the closure of the pedestrian bridge connecting Bayfront and Hauke Park due to one of its twelve support piers being compromised. Inspections, necessary approvals, and repairs were completed in record time by the City of Mill Valley, and the bridge was re-opened on November 27, 2019 at 3pm.
Winter 2020 Registration opens Tuesday, December 10th & Includes Enrichment, Youth & Adult Classes, Swim Lessons and More!
Boyle Park was made litter-free, thanks to the efforts of civic-minded members of the Outdoor Art Club and Clean Mill Valley who joined forces on October 12, 2019 to remove litter from one of Mill Valley’s oldest and most beloved parks.
On the first Saturday of the month from 10am to 2pm, a Councilmember is available in the Downtown Plaza for conversation, discussion, suggestions, comments, complaints and general community input (weather permitting).