Night Work on Tiburon Boulevard

There will be overnight roadwork on Tiburon Boulevard at Stewart Drive from approximately 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. on Wednesday 7/17, Thursday 7/18, and Thursday 7/25. There will be one-way traffic control in place during the overnight working hours. Please drive cautiously and obey all flaggers in the work area. Additional dates may be necessary … Continued

Run for City Council – Nomination Period Starts July 15

On November 5, 2024, Belvedere will hold a general municipal election to fill three seats on the City Council. To become a candidate, you must be over 18 years of age and a registered voter in Belvedere. The nomination period begins July 15, 2024, and ends on August 9, 2024. If one of the incumbents … Continued

Second Annual BBQ in the Park was a Hit

On June 15, the second annual Belvedere BBQ in the Park, organized by Adam Gavzer (shown in the center photo above with fellow Block Captain Paige Peterson), was held in Community Park. Belvedere residents grilled up burgers and hot dogs, while attendees had the opportunity to learn about volunteer opportunities, emergency preparedness and local support organizations. … Continued

City Council Meeting Update

At their July 8 meeting, the City Council appointed two new members to the Parks, Open Space and Lanes Committee: Marika Bergsund and John Schirm. They will join members Nicholas Markman, Charlie Harrington and Wayne Stacy. Also at the meeting, Public Works Director Tony Boyd reported that a recent assessment of our city streets found … Continued

Council Members Juggle Multiple Roles

Ever wonder what City Council members do? For starters, councilmembers make decisions about a wide range of topics, including approving the city’s budget, hearing appeals to Planning Commission decisions, setting policy, approving revocable licenses, and responding to resident concerns. The five councilmembers also split responsibility for sitting on 23 different committees. Some are local, such … Continued

Coyote Hazing Strategies: Simple Yet Effective

Simple, home-made deterrents can help keep coyotes fearful of humans, while also protecting you and your dog when out for a walk. An easy-to-carry scare stick, made by tying mylar ribbon to a stick, confuses a coyote when you wave it vigorously out in front of you. A plastic trash bag easily fits in your … Continued

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