Mill Valley

Moving to Mill Valley exceeded my expectations, and I still love it dearly after 17 years! I’ve found a true sense of community, down to earth people who are always ready to help each other, and people who are open-minded, educated and accepting of others. Yes, you must have means to live here; and yes, there is some truth to its label of a wealthy, hippish enclave. But the diversity is incredibly rich in terms of multi-culturalism, and people in the community come from all over the world.

Residents are always ready to share, donate, volunteer or give back in some way. I love to see the residents of the Redwoods Retirement Community stand up to protest, and the high school students across the street join them. I love the parents who volunteer in the classroom. I love the restaurants filled with young and more mature residents surrounded by the happiness of the people who make Mill Valley a truly outstanding community to live in. Great schools, organic supermarkets, a wide variety of restaurants, wine bars, coffee shops, bike shops and surf shops make Mill Valley the perfect place to call home!

If you work in the South Bay, commuting is not a problem: many South Bay bus lines pick up commuters at the Manzanita bus stop across from the well-known Buckeye restaurant.

About the Neighborhood

Neighbors are friendly
Great schools
Great for retirees
Easy commutes
Good transit
Yards are well-kept
Streets are well-lit
Parks and playgrounds
Lots of wildlife
It's quiet
It's dog friendly
Kids play outside
Walking / Hiking trails
Updated Jul 14, 2024 2:51:am
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