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In response to the abrupt closure of this very popular community gathering spot, and to answer questions and explore options as to working with the District to reopen the plaza, San Anselmo Town Council called a special meeting on Wednesday, September 21, 2022. With 188 people in attendance, there was overwhelming support by the entire Town Council and community members in attendance for working toward a solution to reopen the plaza. At the September 27, 2022 Town Council meeting, the Mayor appointed an ad hoc subcommittee to work directly with the District on negotiating a solution to get the plaza reopened. Mayor Alexis Fineman and Councilmember Brian Colbert are serving on this subcommittee.
A recording of the special community meeting can be found HERE.
For more information, including a list of Frequently Asked Questions and updates from the Town Council Subcommittee: CLICK HERE
While these talks are happening at the County level, Creek Park is still Open - including the Redwood grove picnic tables, and the Amphitheater grass and stage areas. The Town has moved some plaza picnic tables back to that area and created a parklet in front of the fenced off plaza to provide more seating.
You can access the Park via the pedestrian bridge from San Anselmo Avenue or from Center Avenue and Sir Francis Drake Boulevard.Additional Info: For more information about the Creek Park Plaza shut down, CLICK HERE. For additional information regarding the San Anselmo Flood Risk Reduction (SAFRR) project, and Flood Zone #9, CLICK HERE.