What's On Your Mind Mill Valley?
Join us for a Community Chat
Throughout the year, the Mill Valley City Council and City Manager Todd Cusimano invite you to join them in a “Community Chat” either in-person or remotely. This is a series of informal meetings intended to give you the opportunity to discuss current issues, ask questions, make suggestions, and share what is on your mind.
There are no time limits and no structure - just join us and have a chat! All are welcome.
The next Community Chat will take place:
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Check out the Community Chat archive:
May 11, 2023
Discussion topics included open government and transparency, East Blithedale construction and bike lanes, affordable and workforce housing, deferred infrastructure maintenance, traffic, 500 Miller Ave, Planning and Building processes and fees, Alto Tunnel and sustainability.
June 21, 2023
Discussion topics included bike lanes, Alto Tunnel, Throckmorton potholes, East Blithedale Rehabilitation Project, supporting local businesses and business district vitality, dog park, accessibility, 60 Throckmorton (the emply Bank of America building), downtown parking, Engine No. 9, parking meters, gas powered blowers, paving, Housing Element, affordable housing, the Sequoia Theater, graffitti, dredging Richardson Bay, and more!
November 2, 2023
Discussion topics included 60 Throckmorton Avenue/MV Treehouse plans, current and future infrastructure needs, Sequoia Theater change of ownership and plans, parking meters and spaces, evacuation routes, planning challenges, police presence, downtown vibrancy, PGE substation, beautification, bike share lanes, neighborhood engagement, traffic calming, mobility, and more!