Faced With a Dearth of Candidates, City Skips June Council Election, Appoints Wickham, Burke and Perrey

Faced With a Dearth of Candidates, City Skips June Council Election, Appoints Wickham, Burke and Perrey

Clockwise from top left, Jim Wickham, Stephen Burke, City Hall and Max Perrey. Well, that was uneventful. The City of Mill Valley’s scheduled June 7th City Council election was canceled last week due to a lack of candidates for the three open positions on the...
Mill Valley Fall Arts Fest Is Now Accepting Artist Applications for 2022

Mill Valley Fall Arts Fest Is Now Accepting Artist Applications for 2022

Scenes from the 2021 MV Fall Arts Fest. As has been the case with all of Mill Valley’s major events over the past two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, the most important outcome of the two days of the Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival in 2021 was that they...
A Coalition of Creative Mill Valley History and Train Buffs Hopes to Expand Plaza to Include the Historic Engine No. 9 – Here’s How You Can Support Them

A Coalition of Creative Mill Valley History and Train Buffs Hopes to Expand Plaza to Include the Historic Engine No. 9 – Here’s How You Can Support Them

Engine No. 9 As we’ve been reporting regularly over the past three years, Friends of No. 9, the organization formed by the Mill Valley Historical Society, Friends of Mt. Tam, Marin History Museum and others, purchased the Engine No. 9, the only surviving piece...
‘Mapping MV History’ Digs Into the Landmark Mill Valley Lumber Yard

‘Mapping MV History’ Digs Into the Landmark Mill Valley Lumber Yard

The 129-year-old Mill Valley Lumber Yard is one of the oldest landmarks in town and the history of the property is integral to the history of the City of Mill Valley itself. Founded concurrent with the late-19th century origins of Mill Valley and located along one of...