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About your Parks, Recreation, Refuse & Sanitation Services
April 7, 2023

Wishing everyone a beautiful spring break as we celebrate the season of renewal. Still some April showers bringing us green grass and May flowers.

So many wonderful events coming up including Earth Day at Eastwood Park, Rhubarb Revue (volunteers needed!) and the first in-person NRG orientation in over three years! Come meet your neighbors and learn how you can be ready in an emergency.
Enjoy the beautiful weekend!
Kay Park Update

Things have been eventful over at Kay Park! Had to close the park for a few days this week to clean up the fallen tree and reseed the grassy area that was damaged.

We will need to keep the area fenced off while the grass has a chance to get established. Thank you for your patience as we take care of this beautiful park.
Upcoming TCSD Board Meeting
April 12th
Tam Valley Community Center

At its 4/12 meeting, the Board will consider the following items:
  1. Appointment of applicants to the Parks and Recreation Commission (PARC)
  2. Conduct informal community informational meeting on proposed rate increases of solid waste service charges for the next five years
  3. Request from Southern Marin Fire Protection District (SMFD) to install a long-range acoustic device (LRAD) in Eastwood Park
  4. Consider/discuss TCSD communications and events plan
  5. Approve updated solid waste and wastewater bill adjustments due to billing error policy
  6. Authorize the General Manager to proceed with the installation of new security and fire/smoke alarm systems for TCSD facilities.

Earth Day
April 22nd
Eastwood park

Join us to clean up Eastwood Park. We will provide all the tools and have a list of ways you can participate. We will clean up the park and do some projects then gather for a picnic lunch on the grass. Let us know if you can join us by emailing Camille, our events coordinator, at events@tamcsd.org or calling 415-388-6393.

We hope to see you there!
Rhubarb Revue
May 12, 13, 19 & 20

Join us for Northern California's longest running variety show, featuring singers, dancers, parodies of film and television, political and cultural humor, and lots of mild (and not-so-mild) irreverence.

We are looking for volunteers to help make this a successful event.
If you can help, please reach out to Olivia Jacobs at President@tamvalley.org or call 510-590-1099. 
Neighborhood Response Group Orientation
Tamalpais Valley Community Center
April 27th, 5pm to 6pm

The next Southern Marin Neighborhood Response Group orientation will be held in-person!

All are welcome! RSVP is required, so we can prepare the space for everyone. This is our first in-person orientation since COVID, and we are so excited to see our neighbors!
Youth FireScience Information and Resilience Education Workshop Series - This April

Hands-on learning about wildfire, firewise landscapes, fire fighting, and fire careers.

Target Age: teens (13-18) in Sonoma, Napa, and Marin counties

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future events and happenings in our community!