The city is eyeing the spring of 2023 for the next phase, with a primary focus on paving and curb ramp improvements along Throckmorton Avenue and Miller Avenue. That is likely to also include an expansion of the sidewalk along the block of Miller between Sunnyside and Throckmorton avenues, potentially freeing up additional sidewalk dining and additional sidewalk real estate for merchants.
Seager/Gray Gallery, one of the Bay Area’s premier art galleries and among the gallerists who spearheaded the creation of the Mill Valley Art Dealers Association to raise our community’s profile as an arts destination, is set to showcase the work of Mill Valley native and Tiburon resident Devorah Jacoby from Oct. 1-30, with a reception for the artist on Saturday, October 1, 4-6pm at 108 Throckmorton Avenue.
Sharon Paster has long been renowned in the Bay Area for her semi-abstract paintings that largely explore a single theme: the continuous exchange of energy that happens all around us. Her latest work almost exclusively deploying oil pigment sticks.
On October 3 at a “community conversation” at 4pm in the Mill Valley Community Center (180 Camino Alto), officials from both agencies are set to back a formal consolidation of the Mill Valley Fire Department into the Southern Marin Fire Protection District.
TAM has unveiled a new Marin Commutes Rewards program designed for anyone who lives or works in Marin. Simply register and begin logging trips on the Ride Amigos platform to earn rewards and incentives for green trips; carpooling, taking transit, walking, biking and even working remotely.
Caltrans is in the midst of a construction project on the Richardson Bridge project that will impact the northbound lanes to replace “the existing asphalt concrete bridge deck surface with polyester concrete in both the northbound and southbound directions of US-101 at Richardson Bay Bridge.
The Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center is located in the historic Depot building, right on the downtown Plaza. Painting courtesy of Linda Rosso Studio.
Nestled at the foot of Mount Tamalpais and extending to the marshland surrounding Richardson Bay, Mill Valley has the charm of a small European village that’s an equal draw for hikers and runners, musicians and artists, foodies and fashionistas, and moms and dads with strollers.
Mill Valley hosts a range of cultural activities such as the internationally recognized Mill Valley Film Festival, which brings in leading filmmakers and movie aficionados from across the country. Locals throughout the Bay Area come for the annual events, including Wine & Gourmet Food Tasting, the Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival and Winterfest. They also enjoy Mill Valley’s nightlife, with live theatre, music and comic venues, where famous guest artists are known to “drop in” for an evening to entertain.
Mill Valley’s vibrant business districts offer a variety of shopping delights, from one-of-a-kind boutique clothing shops, salons and yoga studios to pet stores. Mill Valley has the best selection of restaurants per square mile in Marin — you can find everything from top-rated chops, to local craft beer, artisan coffee, handmade pizzas, freshly baked bread, gourmet burgers and more!
Whether you plan to enjoy Mill Valley for an afternoon, a weekend or a lifetime, its small-town ambiance, unique cultural activities and lush natural scenery are sure to delight your senses.