Please expect lane/road closures, traffic congestion, detours, limited parking, noise, and general construction impacts. Follow traffic control worker’s directions when passing through a work zone. We understand that any construction in the right of way is disruptive, but the Town and the contractor will strive to keep the project on schedule while minimizing impacts.
Once the dates have been confirmed, the contractor will notify residents on the streets that will be paved and whose access to driveways will be impacted at least three days in advance. Overnight street parking is not allowed in Town, however, Central Marin Police will not be enforcing overnight parking during the duration of the projects.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
For a full list of streets affected, along with a map, please click: HERE Questions? Please contact: Maribel De La Cruz at 415-258-4624 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for our highly anticipated Fall Recreation Guide is now OPEN!
Embrace the crisp autumn air and explore an incredible array of fun-filled activities for all ages and interests. Featuring our After-School Enrichment Programs, Youth Basketball League, and our Goblin’s BOOtacular, make sure you get your copy and save the dates. Don't miss out on this golden opportunity! Secure your spot today and make unforgettable memories this fall season.
Come Join Your Community for: San Anselmo Nightat the Pacifics Tuesday, August 1st 6:00 pm
On Tuesday, August 1st, the San Rafael Pacifics will host San Anselmo Night at their ballpark in San Rafael. Come join your friends and enjoy the first playoff game of the Pecos League 2023 season vs. the Lancaster Sound Breakers and watch San Anselmo Mayor Steve Burdo throw out the first pitch (don’t bounce it, Steve!). Tickets can be purchased online by visiting http://www.pacificsbaseball.com/.
Tickets will also be available at the gate. The Pacifics play ball at Albert Park in San Rafael (at intersection of A Street and Anderson Drive). Game time is at 6:00pm
National Night Out with Central Marin Police & Ross Valley Fire Tuesday, August 1st 5:00-7:00pm
Town Hall Plaza
Now in its 40th year, National Night Out (NNO) is an annual community building campaign that promotes public safety/community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. NNO events are held across the country and encourage residents to come out and spend the evening getting to know their neighbors, police officers, fire fighters, and other community organizations.
We will provide an opportunity to meet and chat with not only Central Marin Police Officers, but also our public safety partners from CHP, and the Central Marin Fire Department, and the Ross Valley Fire Department, and our local Neighborhood Response Groups (NRG). There will be the opportunity to see police and fire vehicles up close, and to enjoy free hot dogs for all.
NEW ART INSTALLATION WITH ‘CHOOSE KINDNESS’ THEME TO BE REVEALED Friday, August 4 5:30-7:30 pm
On the corner of San Anselmo Avenue & Magnolia Avenue in Downtown San Anselmo - across from Imagination Park
Come see the unveiling of this larger-than-life art installation, which is a collaboration between Cedars and the San Anselmo Arts Commission. The installation will incorporate the town’s beloved icon, Sugarfoot the deer, and other elements representative of San Anselmo and Marin County.
The event will include an official reveal, a paper heart art project for the public to enjoy, plus food, drink and music at Artist Within – A Cedars Gallery, located around the corner from the art installation.
Cedars: Hands & Earth Farm stand
Every Wednesday - 11:00am-1:00pm Imagination Park
Cedars of Marin is sponsoring a farm-stand in San Anselmo at Imagination Park every Wednesday morning (through September 13). They will be selling fresh produce, flower bouquets and vegetable starts from their garden, as well as arts & crafts from their artist studios.
Creative, Productive, Joyous & Healthy Lives Supporting Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Since 1919 www.cedarslife.org
Marin Wildlife Prevention Authority (MWPA) Chipper Days have returned for 2023. For the 2023 season, crews will be in one of the five MWPA zones each week and will rotate around the county week by week. Note: reservations are required and text alerts will be sent out at the beginning of each even week to remind homeowners who have a reservation.
There are three dates remaining for the San Anselmo/Central Marin zone: The week of: Aug. 28, Oct. 2, and Nov. 6.
Make a reservation for a San Anselmo/Central Marin pickup - which must be done no later than the Friday before the scheduled week!
For more additional information regarding the closed Creek Park plaza, go to the Building Bridge #2/Creek Park Update page on the Town website, or click HERE
For information about the Reimagine Creek Park project - please click: HERE
Please note that Creek Park is still open: This includes the Redwood grove picnic tables. You can access Creek Park via the pedestrian bridge from San Anselmo Avenue or from Center Avenue and Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Additionally, the Town has created a larger parklet with picnic tables, umbrellas & lights in front of the closed plaza, along San Anselmo Avenue.
Please Support the Hanging Flower Baskets in Downtown San Anselmo
Mail a check payable to: "SA Friends of the Flower Baskets" P.O. Box 2844, San Anselmo, CA 94979 or
Donate via Venmo charities: @SAFlowerBaskets
For more information about this project contact: Nancy Altman at email@example.com
"Stroll Through San Anselmo’s History" Walking Tours
The Historical Commission is excited to again sponsor its popular free walking tour through downtown. Travel back in time with Dick Miner and other members of the commission to learn about San Anselmo’s historic Hub, the role the railroad played in the development of the Town, and the changing character of the businesses and architecture on San Anselmo Avenue.
Upcoming tour dates for 2023: August 12, September 9, & October 14.
Meet Dick at Creek Park at 9:00 a.m. The tour ends at the Historical Museum for refreshments. No reservations are required.
Note: Next Application filing deadline is: August 15, 2023
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San Anselmo's Boards,Committees and Commissions provide a vital link between Town government and the community for gathering public input, reviewing projects and making recommendations on key issues. If you are interested, we encourage you to submit a completed application and you will be scheduled for an interview with Town Council. Positions will remain open until filled by Town Council.
For more information, please visit the Town of San Anselmo: Boards & Commission Webpage: HERE