How to Get Here

There are a variety of ways to get to the Mill Valley Community Center. Don't drive? No problem! On this page, you'll find information on how you can get here.

Marin Transit

Marin Transit Bus #17 is a great way to get to the Mill Valley Community Center. This route runs from:

  • Sausalito to Mill Valley Community Center
    • Stops include a variety of locations in Sausalito, Marin City and Mill Valley
  • San Rafael to Mill Valley Community Center
    • Stops include a variety of locations in San Rafael, Larkspur/Corte Madera, Strawberry and Mill Valley

For information about Marin Transit Bus #17, including schedules, maps, and more, visit the Marin Transit website

Benefits of Taking Marin Transit Bus #17

  • Convenient schedule that runs every 30 minutes on average during peak morning/evening weekday commute hours
  • Affordable rates for youth at just $1 per ride. Income qualified students are eligible for free passes. For information about Youth Passes and free pass eligibility info, visit the Marin Transit website

Walking & Biking

The City of Mill Valley is committed to providing safe access to pedestrians and bicycles throughout the City. Our many roadway projects include upgrades to pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure to provide safer routes of travel around Mill Valley. Our commitment to projects supporting safe routes to schools are also informed by our core values to ensure the health and safety of our residents.

Steps, Lanes, and Paths

Safe Routes to School

View information about Safe Routes to School

Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC)

The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC), initially established to produce a Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan for the City, meets monthly to recommend bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure improvements.

Key Documents

  1. Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Update 2008 (PDF)
  2. Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan Update 2003 (PDF)
  3. BPAC Executive Summary 2008 (PDF)