Property & Permit History Information
Click here to go to the Electronic "eTRAKiT" Database.
*Should you have problems accessing information, see “Important Tips” below.*
The eTRAKiT online database can be used to access planning and building records and general information as described below. Note: Some older records may not be in the database. If you are not finding the information you are looking for on a property, please contact the Planning and Building Department.
Provides information on a given parcel, including Zoning and General Plan Land Use designations, Assessor Data (such as lot size), and FEMA Floodplain designations. Note: most data provided in this databased is obtained from the Marin County Assessor’s Office, please contact their office should you have questions about the accuracy of the data.
Provides a history of past and active building permits on a given parcel. This database contains records dating from approximately November 2012 to the present. For prior history of building permits for a parcel, please contact the building department by email firstname.lastname@example.org to research permitting prior to 2012
Provides a history of past and active projects that have gone through the planning review process. This database contains most of the planning records on a file, with the exception of historic subdivisions. Additional details on a planning approval can be obtained from the Planning Dept. by emailing email@example.com
Other Online Tools:
Marin County assessor data and additional mapping and measurement tools are available through the County’s mapping program at MarinMap.org.
- Important Tips When Using the Database:
First and foremost, please confirm that the address you are inquiring about is within Mill Valley city limits by searching the address on Marin Map. If the address's jurisdiction states "Mill Valley", it is within city limits. If it states "Unincorporated", then the property is within Unincorporated Mill Valley. To get information on properties in Unincorporated Mill Valley, you should contact the County Of Marin.
When entering an address, do not include the type of street. For example, if the address is 26 Corte Madera Avenue, enter 26 Corte Madera (without Avenue).
- For those addresses with “East”, “West,” “North,” “South”, try entering the first initial, followed by the address. For example if the address is 19 East Blithedale, enter 19 E Blithedale. In some instances, the full address name may work as well.
- See list of acronyms in the table to the right that are used as part of the database and data entry.
View Recent Mill Valley Building Permit Activity Reports:
|Architect of Record
|Environmental Review/ Categorical Exemption
|Construction Management Plan
|Conditions of Approval
|Contractor of Record
|Department of Public Works
|Erosion Control Plan
|Engineer of Record
|ER/ Enviro Review
|Environmental Review/ Environmental Impact Report
|Environmental Review/ Initial Study
|Lot Line Adjustment
|Environmental Review/ Mitigated Negative Declaration
|Minimum Mechanical, Electrical, or Plumbing Permit
|Over the Counter
|Police Department or Planning Development Overlay
|Residential Building Report - inspection and report required when selling residential real estate
|Revision or Revised
|Ready to Issue
|Second Unit Permit
|Vegetation Management Plan
|Wildland Urban Interface