Parks & Recreation Commission

Imagination park fountain - indiana jones and yodaThe Parks and Recreation Commission was established in June 1962 by Town Council Ordinance #482, which was amended in 1990 with Ordinance #914, again in 2009 with Ordinance #1068, and most recently with Resolution #4047.

Goals and Objectives: The Commission acts as an advisory body to Town Council and Staff for planning recreation activities, development of Town parks, and the management of public lands.

It also assists all Town organizations and agencies that have as their goal the provision of activities or services to meet the needs pertaining to public recreation for youth and adults.

Organization: The Parks and Recreation Commission shall consist of seven members to be appointed by a majority vote of the Council to serve four year terms and up to two youth commissioners, appointed by the Commission to serve a one year term. 

Meetings

  • Third Tuesday of each month
  • Hybrid Meeting
    7:00 pm @ Town Hall, Council Chambers and via Zoom
    525 San Anselmo Ave
    San Anselmo, CA 94960

Staff Contact

Dannielle Mauk
Director of Community Services
dmauk@townofsananselmo.org
Phone: (415) 258-4661

Commission Members

Meeting Information

Agendas and staff reports are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

Resolutions & Ordinances

  • Town Council Ordinance #482: Adding Chapter 2 to Title 11 of the San Anselmo Municipal Code by Providing for the Establishment of a Parks & Recreation Commission for the City of San Anselmo
  • Town Council Ordinance #882: Amending Section 11-2.02 of the San Anselmo Municipal Code Relating to Parks & Recreation Commission Vacancy/Vacancies
  • Town Council Ordinance #914: Amending Chapter 2, Title 11, of the Town Code, Parks & Recreation Commission
  • Town Council Ordinance #1068: Revising Title 11, Chapter 2.02 of the Town of San Anselmo Municipal Code to Include a Youth Commissioner on the Parks & Recreation Commission
  • Town Council Resolution #4047: Defining the Framework for the Parks & Recreation Commission