The image above represents the new signal change box cover on the corner of East Blithedale and Camino Alto. Learn more
The City of Mill Valley is committed to deliver service to our community and visitors in a compassionate and equitable manner. The City of Mill Valley commits to act and encourage community action towards eliminating racial disparities, both inside government and in the community. This page serves as a clearinghouse for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives, at the City and throughout our community.
What is the latest update? See the news items below for the latest news.
What has been done since early June? A lot! Check out our timeline of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives
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Conscious Kids Book Kits include a selection of books along with a discussion guide to support parents/caregivers as they talk about race with their children between 0 and 8 years old.
City Manager Alan Piombo announced today that he, along with Mayor Sashi McEntee and Councilmember Tricia Ossa, has engaged Patricia Patton, Ph.D, to design and facilitate the new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Task Force.
Update on the upcoming City Council item to review the Mill Valley Police Department use of force training and policy.
An online learning session to address widespread interest in renaming Marin road - August 17.
Series of forums will present an opportunity for leadership in the District to listen and hear the concerns of students, parents, staff and community members.
The election is less than 100 days away! Are you registered to vote? Would you like to apply for vote-by-mail ballot? How about volunteering as a poll worker?
The Back Lives Matter public art installation on a traffic signal control box at the corner of East Blithedale and Camino Alto was commissioned by the Arts Commission as a response to community interest in showing support for members of the Black community who have experienced discrimination and individual, institutional, and structural racism.
We know that low-income immigrants are among the most vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic. What has Marin County Public Health been doing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the Canal neighborhood of San Rafael?
The filing period for more than 130 local offices for in the Nov. 3 general election opens today.
On June 30, the Mill Valley Arts Commission reviewed the June 15, 2020 City Council community discussion regarding Black Lives Matter.
At their June 15, 2020 meeting, the Mill Valley City Council directed the formation of a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force to review and develop additional actions, investigate best practices, and make specific recommendations to Council for next steps.
Created and facilitated by Cierra and Noah Hayensworth, join them as they share their experiences and impactful journey living in Mill Valley.
After a powerful, 5-hour community meeting on June 15, with over 200 participants, on the topic of Black Lives Matter, the City Council will consider at their next meeting in July the adoption of a Resolution stating that Black Lives Matter, that racial equity is a matter of local importance, and committing to the development of a plan towards creating a diverse, inclusive, and welcoming community for people of all racial and socioeconomic backgrounds, including those who live, work, attend school, and visit Mill Valley.
Special City Council Meeting - Monday, June 15, 2020 at 5:30 pm* (Note Time Change)
I want to acknowledge and thank community members for your commitment to equality and justice.