Does the City require yard and lot maintenance? If so, why?

Yes, the City requires you to trim or cut down trees that pose a danger of falling or obstruct the vision of motorists. Shrubs which boarder a yard along a sidewalk should also be kept clear from obstructing vehicular traffic or encroaching onto a sidewalk. Trim overgrown grass and vegetation or remove the grass and clippings from your property. Clear brush, weeds and dry grass from 30 to 100 feet around your home. The Mill Valley Fire Department can help you determine the exact distance based on slope, wind, neighborhood density, house construction, etc.

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1. Will the consolidation cost me, the taxpayers, more?
2. Will my fire station remain open and staffed after the consolidation?
3. As a resident of Mill Valley, how will I be represented by the Board Of Directors?
4. Why should we consolidate Mill Valley Fire and Southern Marin Fire District?
5. What communities be serves when the consolidation is complete?
6. When will the consolidation take place?
7. Where can I find emergency preparedness information?
8. Does the City require yard and lot maintenance? If so, why?
9. What if I see a fallen tree or limbs?
10. Who keeps the trees trimmed?
11. Where are the Mill Valley fire stations located?
12. What is the Insurance Services Office rating for the City of Mill Valley?
13. Where can I find information on Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) trainings and schedules?
14. How would I donate my house for fire department training?
15. How do I become a volunteer firefighter with the Mill Valley Fire Department?
16. Where can I find a CPR class in Mill Valley?