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1August, 2018

Wildfire Class

By |August 1st, 2018|Categories: Fire|0 Comments

MBVFD Fire Chief Chris Gove would like to invite you all to a free, comprehensive 2-hour class on wildfire preparedness at the Muir Beach Community Center on Monday August 20th at 7pm.  ~ See flyer. [...]

23May, 2018

MBVFD Annual BBQ!!

By |May 23rd, 2018|Categories: Community Events, Fire|0 Comments

Don't miss the 46th Annual Volunteer Fireman's BBQ!!  Memorial Day Weekend, Sunday May 27th Noon - 5pm at Santos Meadows on Frank Valley Road.  This is our famous annual fundraiser. Great live music, plenty of [...]

8November, 2017

CSD Board Election Results!

By |November 8th, 2017|Categories: Board & Staff News|0 Comments

With a 64.6% voter turnout for Tuesday's CSD Board elections, previous District Manager Leighton Hills led the candidate results with 30.92% of the votes, followed by previous Board Member Steve Shaffer with 28.14% of the [...]

29August, 2017

Board Elections!

By |August 29th, 2017|Categories: Board & Staff News|0 Comments

The CSD Board is holding elections for seats on the Board of Directors this coming November 7, 2017.  There are three seats open and 5 candidates running.  The new terms will be for five [...]

31July, 2017

Our new DMs!

By |July 31st, 2017|Categories: Board & Staff News|0 Comments

We are very pleased to announce that the CSD has hired two part-time Co-District Managers (Co-DMs), Mary Halley, who had been serving as interim Co-District manager for the past five months, and Mike Degroot.  [...]

24April, 2017

Save the date: Your newly elected Marin County Supervisor Rodoni responds to inquiries in Muir Beach!

By |April 24th, 2017|Categories: Board & Staff News|0 Comments

Dennis Rodoni, the very new Marin County Supervisor in charge of district 4, will give us the honor of attending the CSD meeting May 3rd, 2017. Steve Kinsey was the supervisor representing Muir Beach [...]

28February, 2017

Best place to live, but will your home have water supply in 20 years?

By |February 28th, 2017|Categories: Water|0 Comments

That's what 70 residents from both older and newer community members gathered to find out on Water Education Day, February 26th, 2017. This was the very first of a series of events organized by [...]