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About your Parks, Recreation, Refuse & Sanitation Services
March 4, 2023
The Plot Thickens...

Despite our best efforts, several cast members have covid. As a result we are postponing the play by one week.

Here is what you need to know:

  • If you had tickets for the 3rd and 4th your tickets have automatically been moved to the 17th and the 18th of March. An email was sent to all ticket holders who were effected. If for some reason, you can not attend, you will be issued a full refund.

  • Tickets for the 10th and 11th remain effective and no changes have been made.

  • We are still currently sold out of both weekends. If tickets become available, we will contact the waitlist first and then open to the public if we still have some available.

We are so sorry for this inconvience. We want everyone to be safe and healthy and we hope the show can go on after taking this precaution.

If you have any questions or concerns please email Camille at events@tamcsd.org or call the office at 415-388-6393.

We may need more volunteers for the weekend of the 17th and 18th since some people can't move their schedules to be available so please reach out if you would like to help!

The show will go on! Just a little later than planned...
Upcoming Board Meeting
March 8th
Tam Valley Community Center

At its March 8th meeting, the Board will be meeting the applicants for the Parks and Recreation Commission (PARC), reviewing/adopting TCSD goals and priorities for FY22-23, considering revised job descriptions and classifications for two current positions, and considering revisions to the operating and capital reserve policies.

Ready, Set, GROW!

On March 1st, our contractors began the process of reseeding Kay Park. Thank you for your patience while we closed the park to do the work. Kay Park is open today, March 3rd with a temporary chain link fence around the large dirt/grass area. The area will be fenced for upwards of 60 days to allow the grass an opportunity to get established without being disturbed. Thank you for your understanding and patience during this time. 
Southern Marin Fire District Launches New Website for 
Neighborhood Response Group Program

On March 1, 2023, the Southern Marin Fire Protection District is pleased to announce the launch of a new website for the Southern Marin Neighborhood Response Group (NRG) program, www.southernmarinnrg.org

The NRG program is a neighbors-helping-neighbors effort that helps connect individuals and neighborhoods to resources, education, and training that will help them to prepare for and respond to emergencies and disasters. The recent, abnormal Winter weather the region experienced was a reminder of the need for individuals to support each other, with volunteers stepping up to help sandbag, check on neighbors during power outages, and share resources.

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future events and happenings in our community!