Simmonds & Associates 330 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, San Anselmo, CA94960 Simmonds & Associates is a landscape architecture and urban design firm that provides services throughout the Bay…More Area. The firm specializes in residential, commercial and public space design. Be sure to view the firm's website, or call, for more information.
Leonard Charles & Associates 7 Roble Ct, San Anselmo, CA94960 Since 1977, Leonard Charles & Associates has offered environmental impact analysis, resource planning, park and open…More space planning, community and land use planning and public infrastructure. Its clients include city and county planning departments, city and county public works departments, water districts, sanitation districts, school districts and county and state councils and governments.
San Anselmo Recreation Department 1000 Sir Francis Drake Blvd Ste 14, San Anselmo, CA94960 San Anselmo Recreation Department hosts events for community residents in public parks and communal spaces. The events…More organized by the San Anselmo Recreation Department include pick up sports activities like yoga, soccer, dance, softball and more. Additionally, picnic areas can be reserved through the Recreation Department web site.
Red Hill Community Park 525 San Anselmo Ave, San Anselmo, CA94960 Red Hill Community Park is a public space maintained by the Friends of Red Hill Community Park association of Marin…More County. It includes a synthetic turf atheltic field used by the community for football, soccer, lacrosse, etc. It also features an officially sanctioned dog park, a walking track, and a multi-use court.
White Hill School 101 Glen Dr, Fairfax, CA94930 Built over 40 years ago, White Hill Middle School serves sixth to eighth graders in San Anselmo and Fairfax. It is the…More only public middle school for the Ross Valley School District. The school, located at the far west end of Fairfax off of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, is situated on 22 acres and surrounded by open space and hills. White Hill is a California Distinguished School with an Academic Performance Index (API) of 898 out of 1,000, putting it in the top 10 percent of schools in California. The principal, David Finnane, is also making an effort to reach out to the community and focus on the positive things the students are achieving. The school will be the focus of an expansion-based construction effort in the coming years, as the district focuses on addressing enrollment growth.
Cascade Canyon School 2626 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Fairfax, CA94930 Since its creation in 1981, Cascade Canyon School has been an alternative to the public elementary schools in the…More community. Set amid trees and open space at Fairfax's west end, Cascade Canyon offers a progressive education with a focus on the environment. The small school also provides multi-age classrooms, so that students can learn from each other. The classrooms each have core teachers and the students take classes like arts, music, theater, physical education and sign language with specialty teachers. The school has become more involved with the community at large, even working with the town this year to put on Kidzstock -- a large, kids' music festival. Applications for admittance are accepted starting in January and February for the following year. Tuition for one student is $14,238, with discounts for families with multiple kids enrolled.
Manor Elementary School 150 Oak Manor Dr, Fairfax, CA94930 Manor School is one of three K-5 schools in the Ross Valley School District, and is the only public elementary school…More located in Fairfax. In addition to traditional classrooms, Manor features a Multi-Age Program (MAP) with classes that encompass grades K-1, 2-3, and 4-5. Though Manor primarily serves kids in Fairfax, some district residents come from outside the school's boundaries to attend the MAP program. Because the school is set amid the Oak Manor community and surrounded by trees and open space, Manor has also worked to maintain its neighborhood feel and connection to the community. Along with core classes, Manor offers art and music to its students. The district's Yes! Foundation also funds physical education and arts programs, and provides theater opportunities for the students annually. And the school works with the town recreation department to offer a variety of different afterschool programs throughout the year.