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Mill Valley Open House About The Miller Avenue Streetscape Plan

Mill Valley Community Center
180 Camino Alto Avenue
Mill Valley, California 94941
November 10, 2015
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The City of Mill Valley will be hosting an Open House on the Miller Avenue Streetscape Project on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at the Mill Valley Community Center Mountain View Room (180 Camino Alto Mill Valley, CA)

The purpose of the meeting is to answer your questions and to reintroduce the project to the community before the City Council takes a look at the intermediate design, funding, implementation schedule and the environmental review of the project details.

We recognize the need to take the time to get it right and to fully inform the community about this important project. Sensitivity to the needs of businesses and residents during the construction phase, insuring that the project details protect and enhance the community’s small town character, and proactively addressing environmental impacts are all integral parts of the Miller Avenue Streetscape Project.

We look forward to hearing from you on this important project and on other matters of community interest. The meeting agenda is forthcoming.


After years of planning, budgeting and engineering, the City of Mill Valley is set to embark in early 2016 on the Miller Avenue Streetscape Project, a complete overhaul of one of our town’s two primary arteries. The project is the biggest road renovation the City has undertaken in decades: an overhaul of approximately two miles of Miller Avenue. The project stretches from Almonte Boulevard near Tamalpais High all the way to Sunnyside Avenue in the downtown.

In 2011 the Mill Valley City Council approved the Miller Avenue Streetscape Master Plan with the goal of creating a “complete street,” improving multi-modal transportation, preserving and enhancing ecology and landscape, protecting and emphasizing cultural features and character, and repairing infrastructure.

Learn More:
If you are interested in learning more about the Miller Avenue Streetscape Project, please see the following:

For more information on the project visit:

Project Details at:

Questions, comments, and suggestions may be directed to:

Scott Schneider, Senior Civil Engineer

Mill Valley City Hall

26 Corte Madera Ave.

Mill Valley, CA 94941


Thank you for all your help getting the word out,

Sean Mooney

Community Engagement Supervisor

City of Mill Valley

26 Corte Madera Ave.

Mill Valley, CA 94941

(415) 384-4726

Organization: City of Mill Valley Planning Departmen

Contact: Scott Schneider, Senior Civil Engineer

Contact Phone: 415-384-4818

Contact Email: