Robson Harrington Park
The San Anselmo community has embarked on a project that will help determine what our recreational needs, wants and dreams are, and how to best accommodate them through repairing, renovating or building new community facilities.
What Do We Need?
This process is entitled the San Anselmo Community Facilities Master Plan (CFMP), and it begins now. The basic framework includes asking residents their opinion about current recreation programs, activities and spaces, what they'd like to be improved or expanded, and what new programs and spaces they would like to see created. The project team will take the information, analyse it, and develop recommendations as to what could be built to accommodate these needs. Both the Isabel Cook Community Center and Robson Harrington Park will be considered for these improvements.
Opportunities to Provide Input
We will be asking these questions using several outreach formats including at community kiosks set up in places where people gather around town, at community meetings, and through an online community survey.
It is our goal that we hear from as many San Anselmo residents as possible. The Town will out gathering input on the following days:
Open House Kiosk at Town Hall Plaza
525 San Anselmo Avenue
Thursday, May 22nd - 3 to 5pm
Town Hall Council Chambers
525 San Anselmo Avenue
Thursday, May 22nd - 7 to 9pm
Open House Kiosk at Peet's Coffee & Tea
Red Hill Shopping Center
Sunday, June 1st - 9am to Noon
Open House Kiosk at Memorial Park
At the Snack Shack at Field #1
Sunday, June 1st - 1 to 3pm
In addition, we will be collecting opinions using an online survey. The survey can be found using the link provided below:
Vision San Anselmo Survey
We will be collecting input through July 15. The project team will spend the following two months developing building options and will return for a second round of community input in September and October. Stay tuned to this site for project updates and other information. It is our goal to bring the final, community-developed plan to the Town Council in November.
For more information, please contact David Donery at (415)258-4661 or at
CFMP Project Leadership
Community Advisory Committee
Tom McInerney, Mayor
Doug Kelly, Town Councilmember
Katie Rice, County Supervisor, District 2
Rich Stevick, Marin Housing Authority
Erin Bergman, Parks & Recreation Commissioner
Steve Burdo, Parks & Recreation Commissioner
Connie Rodgers, Chamber of Commerce
Project Management Team
Debbie Stutsman, Town Manager
David P. Donery, Director of Community Services
Sean Condry, Public Works Director
Greg Mihan, Recreation Supervisor
Group 4 Architecture, Research + Planning, Inc.