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City Council Meeting

September 19, 2022 | 6.30pm | City Hall

Agenda Item 6: The City Council will review Preliminary Site Planning Work conducted to date and approve the recommended approaches.

Supporting Materials

City Council Meeting

August 1, 2022 | 6:30 pm

Mill Valley City Council will discuss the draft Housing Element, including public comments and next steps in finalizing the initial draft to send to HCD for their initial review. The meeting will be held in person at Mill Valley City Hall, 26 Corte Madera Avenue, Mill Valley. You can also watch the meeting remotely online (LINK).

May Events

Hamilton Project Community Open House

May 3, 2022 | 6:30pm

Mill Valley Community Center, Cascade Room

Open house to gather input on preliminary design features, massing and site planning work, including relocation of public parking and restrooms currently located on site. 

We ask that all concerned neighbors to please make a strong showing.  Please be prepared to come to this meeting and continue to focus on issues like site selection, development height and density.  Register to attend. 

Parks and Rec Commission Meeting

May 4, 2002 | 6.30pm

City Hall - Council Chambers

Write to recreate@cityofmillvalley.org  and/or attend this meeting to share your views (during Public Open Time) with the new members of the commission on the Hamilton Project.

Enchanted Knolls NRG Meeting 

May 10, 2022 | 6pm 

Hauke Park 

This informal meeting with Fire Chief Welch will help Enchanted Knolls residents understand what a NRG looks like, why it's important, share ideas and resources, and be better prepared for the next disaster.  All Enchanted Knolls residents welcome! 

Housing Advisory Committee Meeting

May 17, 2022 | 6pm


This meeting will focus on reviewing housing programs of interest from the community and further discussing those Housing programs that should be included as part of the Housing Element Update.  Register to attend.

Mill Valley Public Library Pop Up Storytime for Kids @ Hauke Park

Fridays 4/29, 5/13, 5/27 | 10:15am

(Weather permitting)

Storytime is coming to the park! Join Mill Valley Librarians on Fridays at 10:15am for Pop-Up Storytime. This high-energy, early literacy storytime is just right for toddlers and their caregivers. Together we’ll read books, sing songs, and have so much fun!

April Events

Enchanted Knolls only - EAH

April 11, 6.30pm | MV Community Center Cascade Room

Eucalyptus Knolls HOA only - EAH

April 13, 6pm | pool area

FOHP Social  - All Friends Welcome!

April 22, 5pm | Hauke Park

EAH Community Outreach: 1 Hamilton

Information Gathering Meeting on Thursday, March 10, 2022, 6.30pm

Register at www.shorturl.at/bagi8

Marin IJ Article 10/19/2021: Dick Spotswood "In the Big Apple, there are lessons for the Bay Area".

Community Catalysts for Local Control is hosting a Zoom call on

Thursday, February 10, 2022 5:00 - 6:30 PM to discuss Marin's unrealistic housing mandates.  Registration required.

More info @ https://catalystsca.org

Mill Valley Housing Element Update 9/23/21 | 6.30-8pm | Zoom

NEW DATE! FRI 10/22/2021, 5PM


Marin IJ article 6/22/2021 - a mischaracterization of FOHP's position  

Mill Valley City Council Votes Yes to proceed with RFQ, despite overhwelming objection.

The City confirmed yesterday (6/17/2021) that the entire site at 1 Hamilton is under consideration for the proposed high density development, and that includes the Public Safety Buildings.

Not "just" the parking lots.

Mill Valley City Council Meeting 6/21/2021 @6.30pm.  Agenda & Zoom Registration

We've surpassed our initial goal of 500 signatures in just 3 days.  Thank you!  

Keep getting the message out to everyone and let the Mill Valley City Council know we support preserving open space at Hauke Park, and other city parks.


Dick Spotswood: Certain Marin disputes are overdue for some mediation

excerpt from Marin IJ, Jan 16, 2022

• Mill Valley, like all Marin communities, struggles to build new housing to meet state mandates. The hot issue is proposed multiunit apartments on Hamilton Drive across from Hauke Park.

The city’s consultant recommends 40 units be built. The neighbors are outraged but, significantly, most of them will accept “some new housing.” When the question isn’t just yes or  no but how many units, their size and affordability, mediation is the obvious route to dispute resolution.

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Friends of Hauke Park

See what our elected officials are 

saying about the Affordable Housing mandate. 

We Agree - a minimum of 40 units is EXCESSIVE for the site adjacent to Hauke Park. 

- Quotes from MarinIJ, June 2021