1. Coexisting With Coyotes Meeting
    Twin Cities Community Meeting: Coexisting With Coyotes

    The City of Larkspur and the Town of Corte Madera are holding a joint community meeting about coexisting with coyotes on Monday, December 12th at 6:30 pm at the Corte Madera Council Chambers, located at 300 Tamalpais Drive in Corte Madera. Topics covered during the meeting will include a primer on local coyote populations, strategies for deterring coyotes, navigating coyote encounters, and local agency responses to coyote interactions. This informational forum will include a presentation from the Marin Coyote Coalition, a partnership of the Marin Humane Society, Marin County Parks, and Project Coyote. City staff will be in attendance to hear resident feedback and answer questions about coyotes in our neighborhoods. For more information please contact Shannon O’Hare, Assistant to the City Manager, City of Larkspur, at (415) 927-2401 or communications@cityoflarkspur.org. To view the information flyer for this meeting, please click here.

  1. Favorite Town Hall
    Sand Bag Filling Station Locations

    With the rainy season in full swing this week, the Town would like to remind residents that there are two sand bag filling stations for your use. On the east side of Corte Madera: Located off Paradise Drive in the parking lot adjacent to the Cove Park fields. On the west side of Corte Madera: Located in the parking lot behind Fire Station 14 (342 Tamalpais Dr.). All necessary supplies are available at both locations.  Read More or visit our Weather Alerts and Information page for more information. For information on sandbagging techniques,please click here.