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Mill Valley Golf Clubhouse
267 Buena Vista Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941
The Mill Valley Golf Clubhouse is operated by the city's Parks and Recreation Department. The facility is available forMore parties and special events. The building has a maximum capacity of 125 standing and 90 seated, with additional seating in the bar area. It features a main hall, a full commercial kitchen, a stage, fireplace and hardwood flooring.
Community Garden
180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Community Garden is located behind Mill Valley Community Center, right next to Mill Valley Middle School'sMore basketball courts. This city-owned garden features 35 plots that can be rented by residents to grow their favorite vegetables, herbs, flowers and plants. The wait list for plot rental can reach 50 people, and individuals and families have waited up to three years for a plot to call their own. For more information about Community Garden plot rental, call the City of Mill Valley's Park & Recreation Department. Restrooms are available inside the Community Center.
Mill Valley City Hall
26 Corte Madera Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941

On land inhabited by the Coast Miwok as many as 12,000 years ago, Mill Valley spawned from a Mexican government landMore grant to set up Rancho Corte Madera del Presidio on a wide swath of Southern Marin. The grant was issued in 1834 to John Thomas Reed, who built the town's namesake sawmill in Old Mill Park to provide lumber for the new military post being built in the Presidio in San Francisco. 

The town was incorporated in September 1900, and the first Town Hall was constructed seven years later. By 1910, the town's population was 2,500 and has only grown to 13,200, as of 2008. The current City Hall was built in 1937. Public buildings and facilities opened throughout the decades, but City Hall remained the hub for local government.

While the Public Safety Building, constructed in the 1970s, is home to the city's police and fire departments, most city agencies are housed at City Hall. City Manager Jim McCann coordinates all city departments through eight department directors, Police Chief, Fire Chief, Director of Planning and Building, Public Works Director, Finance and Human Resources Director, Parks and Recreation Director, City Librarian, and the General Manager of the Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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