Six Marin County fire engine crews and a bulldozer were sent to fires in Sonoma and Napa counties Wednesday and more stood ready as city and county firefighters girded for action across Marin.
"Our fuels are curing... Read on...
As your Fire Chief, I can tell you that our best efforts to combat a wildfire are before it ever occurs. Due to a shortage of rainfall, the fire season in 2013 is expected to come early and be severe. Residents play an... Read on...
Please use this link to access the program that will enable you and your family prepare for the 2013 Wildfire Season. http://www.readysetgomarin.org/
The California Fire Code has established new requirements that makes it restrictive to use BBQ's on exterior decks of apartments and condominium units.
Do you have teenaged kids in the house? If so, read this important advisory.
In observance of Memorial Day the Administrative offices of the City of Larkspur at 400 Magnolia Avenue, as well as the Recreation office at 240 Doherty Drive, and the Public Works office on Piper Drive will be closed. We... Read on...
The Planning and Building offices as well as the City Clerk's office will be closed to the public on Thursday afternoons during the month of May. We will resume normal business hours in June.
The City Council has started a process to study whether or not to place a revenue measure on the November 2013 ballot. You can review the survey results and other information by following the link below.
The library will resume regular hours on Tuesday, May 28th at 10:00 am.
As a MARINet Member Library card holder, you have access to more than 30 museums and cultural institutions throughout the Bay Area. Discover & Go provides MARINet Library card holders with Free or Discounted passes to local... Read on...
The Larkspur Library now has a selection of eReaders which are available for checkout by patrons who are interested in trying out what reading an eBook is like, or investigating different models of eReaders before making a... More information
On June 18, the Larkspur Library launched a new interlibrary borrowing service called LINK+.
LINK+ replaces our old SuperSearch service. You may have used SuperSearch in the past to order books which were not available... Read on...
CMPA was recently contacted by Reviews.com out of Seattle who has done extensive research in the area of home and small-business alarm systems. Residents and small-business owners should read this valuable information on the prevention of false alarms.
The CMPA reminds residents to close and lock all windows and doors when not at home. During warmer weather, we like to have our windows open. However, open windows can allow burglars easier access inside. Please help reduce this crime of opportunity!
A 2007 crime report shows residential burglaries occur every 14.6 seconds? Most occur between 10am-3pm. Homes without alarms are 3 times more likely to be burglarized. The master bedroom is the first stop for criminals as most valuables are kept there.