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About your Parks, Recreation, Refuse & Sanitation Services
April 28, 2023
Community Spirit

Not sure how May is right around the corner but here it comes! And that means that Debris Day is next weekend. Spend some time this weekend cleaning up so you can bring it all down to the Community Center parking lot on Saturday, May 6th.

We still have some compost left - grab it before it's gone.

Wishing you a wonderful weekend and so thankful for our community spirit.
Have a Wonderful Weekend!
Earth Day

What a wonderful turn out we had last weekend at the Earth Day clean up at Eastwood park. Community members of all ages came down to help. We did offer some treats to inspire the hard work but many hands truly make light work. We had a lovely day and left the park all spruced up for spring!

A big thank you to all who came to help!

If you want to be on the list for future events, reach out to Camille, our Events Coordinator, at events@tamcsd.org and sign up to help!

TCSD Board Work Session

The Board conducted a study session regarding the draft Five-Year Operating Budget Forecasts and preliminary operating budget formats and estimates for Wastewater, Solid Waste, and Parks & Recreation operations. The purpose of the Five -Year Operating Budget Forecasts is to project cost and revenue sources over the next five-year period. This allows the Board to better evaluate the on-going impacts of new programs, the availability of surplus revenue for capital projects, projected increases in wastewater.

Our First PARC Meeting
Our new Parks and Recreation Commission had their first meeting last Tuesday. It was a wonderful opportunity for our commissioners to introduce themselves to the community and start discussing their new role. Each member was sworn in and now we are officially underway. The next meeting will be held on May 19th.

Community Compost Delivery!

We received a giant pile last week and it's almost gone! We are so glad to see it going to good use in our community. Come grab the last bit before it's gone!

Local residents only and no commercial use, please. Take what you need and save some for your neighbors. Compost is meant as a small layer on top of high quality soil vs planting directly in this compost mix.
Fire District Community Meeting
May 10th
Eastwood Park

Join us at Eastwood Park to discuss the possible addition of an emergency siren. This is a wonderful chance to hear about the proposal, ask questions and voice any concerns. Hosted by Southern Marin Fire Department.
Spring Debris Day
May 6th
Enter through 203 Marin Ave.

TCSD invites Tam Valley Residents to bring household junk, garbage and documents for shredding to the district yard for disposal. 
Please do not bring any hazardous items like paint or solvents, vehicle or construction debris. Unfortunately, we will not be able to accept mattresses this year. Please call or email us if you have questions regarding what you can drop off at Debris Day.
This event is for TCSD customers only, please bring proof of residency. 
Questions? Call 415-388-6393 or email info@tamcsd.org
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Rhubarb Revue - Tickets on Sale Now!
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. 
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future events and happenings in our community!