City will close Miller Avenue between Throckmorton and Sunnyside avenues from Friday, July 10 at 4 pm through Sunday to support local businesses and encourage safe, physically distanced outdoor shopping and dining.
Join the County of Marin for a community conversation as some of Marin’s top experts in public health and the phased reopening process answer your questions about this important topic.
With the COVID-19 pandemic and the upcoming holiday weekend, Marin County Public Health reminds residents there are ways to enjoy the holiday weekend safely. Get creative and have fun this Independence Day!
PG&E provides many resources for customers to resolve ongoing financial hardships during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On April 29, 2020 the Marin County Health extended the Shelter in Place Order (“Order”) though May 31, 2020 with some modifications to ease regulations, particularly related to construction. See information below for new Planning & Building opeations based on the new April 29th Order.
A Message from the Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Vegetation management work, like clearing brush and trimming up trees around you home, is considered essential work and is allowed.
With almost a month of social distancing and shelter-in-place orders behind us and another month or more ahead, it is of critical importance to maintain emotional and mental health by staying positive and grateful, adapting to new ways to connect, and reaching out for help when needed.
Marin County is working with local industry advisory groups who will provide recommendations about how industries could reopen in compliance with Marin HHS COVID-19 public health orders. The County has launched Marinrecovers.com as an online resource for residents during the gradual return to normalcy. Provide your input to the County via public comment form by May 15, 2020.
Health Officers caution that reducing restrictions too quickly could lead to a substantial resurgence of COVID-19.
The Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce has created the “COVID-19 Mill Valley Business Fund" via GoFundMe campaign in an effort to provide immediate and direct cash grants to as many businesses and organizations as possible in the 94941.
Many families in Mill Valley have pets, who are considered members of the family in most cases. The Centers for Disease Control has advice for our community to stay safe and healthy with and to protect pets in relation to COVID-19.
As the county and country continue to face the public health threat and restrictions of COVID-19, Marin County Health and Human Servicesis collaborating with several local agencies to expand safe access to healthy food for those in need and to increase community awareness and access of existing food resources.
Public health information for the use of cloth face coverings by the general public when outside the home conducting essential activities.
You will see the Mill Valley Police Department out and about reminding individuals to comply with the Public Health Order. We ask for your cooperation but will enforce compliance. Help us work together to keep our community safe.
Nationwide attempts to reduce the impact of COVID-19 has changed the lives of Americans in many ways. With many states practicing shelter-in-place and social distancing recommended nationwide, families will need to get creative to celebrate various religious and family holidays in April, including Easter, Passover, and the beginning of Ramadan.
A “Shelter at Home” Order is in place from Marin County now through May 3, 2020. This is a legal order that limits activity, travel and business functions only to the most essential needs of the community. The purpose of this Order is to keep people at home to reduce the exposure and transmission of COVID-19.
Library has databases galore that you can access from home to help with research projects, homework, or just finding out about stuff. Click through to learn about our resources, including Encyclopedia Brittanica, an extensive biography database, and so much more.
Community members have contacted us, asking about how to help and make donations. We have a website set up with information for you.
Check out these resources available to defer payment on rent, leases and mortages to lesson the financial impacts associated with COVID-19.
On Monday, March 16, 2020 the City Council adopted a Resolution proclaiming a Local Emergency for the City of Mill Valley in response to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
We encourage everyone to practice good hygiene to reduce your risk of becoming infected with a respiratory virus like influenza or COVID-19.
The City of Mill Valley has received many messages of concern from community members who have observed children, especially teenagers, congregating around Mill Valley during the Shelter in Place order.
At the City of Mill Valley, we are working to provide for the safety of our community members, employees, and first responders.
Mill Valley Recreation facilities, events and programs have all been affected by COVID-19. For updates, what you can and cannot do and other important information...
Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, City Hall will close to the general public and shift to appointment only. City Hall will also open for essential business public meetings only. This shift to appointment/remote services is in effect until March 29