Sandra Grant, M.D. 333 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA94941 Sandra Grant, M.D. is a board-certified psychiatrist. She specializes in the treatment and medication of depression,…More anxiety and mental disorders.
Grant Barbour 24 Valley Cir, Mill Valley, CA94941 Grant Barbour has been a practicing real estate broker in the Mill Valley community since 1990. He offers a…More wide range of real estate legal services, such as financing, joint ventures, purchase and sale, and zoning, as well as the negotiation and settlement of complex disputes. Call to schedule a consultation.
The Crescent Porter Hale Foundation is a private family foundation supporting nonprofit organizations through grants…More in five Bay area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo.
The foundation has highlighted several areas of concern that it hopes to fund. Those areas are art and music education, Catholic elementary and high schools, programs that focus on improving the quality of life for the disadvantaged, and agencies serving at-risk and minority youth, families or the elderly.
On land inhabited by the Coast Miwok as many as 12,000 years ago, Mill Valley spawned from a Mexican government land…More 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.