We welcome the community’s assistance in protecting Steps, Lanes, and Paths (SLPs) and reporting encroachments so we can act on them. Complaints about SLP encroachments may be made anonymously.
Eric Cogbill, Senior Code Enforcement Officer
City Hall, 26 Corte Madera Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941
At their City Council meeting on January 17, 2017 the Council reviewed and restated its support of the City’s Steps, Lanes and Paths (SLPs) program and approved the recommended actions to strengthen it, including:
In addition to code enforcement efforts, the City has reconstituted its SLP team, a group of City staff that includes members of the Public Works, Parks, Recreation, Planning and Fire departments. The team gathers regularly to look at the overall function of the SLP program and examine what we’ve been doing and put teeth into the enforcement behind our efforts.
“The Council and staff are committed to preserve and protect the SLPs, both developed and undeveloped, and we are committed to vigorously enforcing the public’s rights to access,” Mayor Jessica Sloan said. The City Council recently approved a new Priority Project list for 2017-2018, which included the development and implementation of a pedestrian connectivity program including sidewalk repair and Steps, Lanes and Paths improvement.