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News from the City of Sausalito

Stories for the Week of June 10, 2022

City Council to Finalize Housing Sites for Draft Housing Element

City Hall
At its virtual meeting on Tuesday, June 14, the City Council will consider housing sites recommended for inclusion in the City's Draft 2023-31 Housing Element by the Housing Element Advisory Committee.

As detailed in a memo from the City's consulting team, the City needs to identify "opportunity sites" that could accommodate another 636 units in addition to the 256 that have already been identified as approved projects, planned accessory dwelling units (ADUs), potential Senate Bill 9 (SB 9) units, or sites with underutilized capacity.

At the meeting, the Council will go through a list of recommended additional sites for inclusion in the Draft Housing Element and decide which ones to keep and which to remove. As noted in the memo, "There is flexibility for the City Council to remove some of the smaller Draft Opportunity Sites from consideration, but if sites are removed... then the units planned for the remaining sites would need to be increased."

Included in the memo are neighborhood-by-neighborhood breakdowns of sites, with corresponding maps and tables as supporting documents.

"6th Cycle Housing Element Update and Selection of Draft Opportunity Sites" is item 5A on the City Council agenda for June 14, with an estimated start time of 8:05 p.m.

Other topics on the Council agenda for June 14 include:
  • The first reading of an ordinance to implement SB 9 with a maximum of 1,200 square feet per unit for two-unit development projects.
  • A public hearing to consider the City of Sausalito fiscal year 2022-23 budget, including discussion of the City Manager's recommended three-year plan for addressing the City's structural deficit.
  • A proclamation by Mayor Janelle Kellman recognizing Juneteenth Day as a City holiday in 2022.
  • A resolution proclaiming June as LGBTQ+ Pride Month.
For an item's approximate start time and supporting documents, please consult the meeting agenda. Information about participating in the meeting via Zoom and options for providing public comment may also be found on the agenda.

Sausalito's 2023-2031 Housing Element must be adopted by the City Council and submitted to the California Department of Housing and Community Development no later than January 31, 2023.
 
READ THE MEMO TO THE CITY COUNCIL ON HOUSING OPPORTUNITY SITES
VIEW THE AGENDA FOR THE JUNE 14 CITY COUNCIL MEETING
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 2023-31 HOUSING ELEMENT UPDATE

Free Outdoor Performance on June 12 to Commemorate Juneteenth

Dunphy Park
Dunphy Park
Sausalito will welcome playwright and director Cindy Acker and a cast of more than twenty actors for a live performance of Words That Made the Difference: Brown vs the Board of Education in Dunphy Park at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 12. 

Words That Made the Difference is based on actual events in the fight to end school segregation and is set in the courtrooms of history, capturing the real words in court cases that culminated in the Supreme Court's ruling in Brown v. Board of Education. The play is a reminder that emancipation was only the beginning of a struggle to end systemic racism that continues to this day.

This is a free event presented by the City of Sausalito in honor of Juneteenth, which is celebrated on the following Sunday. Community partners helping to make the event possible include the Sausalito Marin City School District, the Friends of the Sausalito Library, and the Friends of the Marin City Library.

More than 100 chairs will be available in front of the temporary stage adjacent to the gazebo in Dunphy Park. Lawn seating will also be available.

The play is 105 minutes long and will be followed by a Q&A session led by Cindy Acker. The program with cast bios will be available via QR code at the event.
 
DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM FOR WORDS THAT MADE THE DIFFERENCE
READ AN ARTICLE ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE FROM THE MARIN IJ
VIEW A MAP SHOWING THE LOCATION OF DUNPHY PARK

Summer Reading for Kids at the Sausalito Library

Summer Reading
Outdoor programs will be coming to Robin Sweeny Park and Rocky Graham Park this summer
The Sausalito Library's Summer Reading Program is now underway through August 6. Kids of all ages are invited to participate in the Summer Reading Challenge and join us for Nature & Park Performances and STREAM Adventures. Our regular storytimes will also continue throughout the summer.

Reading Challenge
Keep track of your reading and other summer activities on your reading log (also available at the library), then come visit us for prizes like glider kits, Mad Libs, and little stuffed animals.

Nature & Park Performances
On Wednesdays from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., we will have Nature and Park Performances with music, magic, bubbles, and critters at Robin Sweeny Park, Rocky Graham Park, and in the Edgewater Room of City Hall. Please see the program schedule for details and age ranges.

STREAM Adventures
On most Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., there will be a science, technology, reading, engineering, art, or math program. Themes range from robots to bird houses. Please see page 2 of the program schedule for details and age ranges.

Storytimes for Babies and Toddlers
Our regular storytimes will continue through the summer, with stories and songs on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays on the lawn of Robin Sweeny Park:
  • Tuesday Storytime with Miss Emily: 10:00-10:30 a.m.
  • Thursday Spanish Storytime with Ingrid Pellegrini: 11:00-11:30 a.m.
  • Friday storytime with Mx. Mishi: 11:00-11:30 a.m.
And More...
This summer, the Sausalito Library will also have monthly Music in the Park concerts, Read to a Dog sessions, and our always popular take-and-make craft kits for all ages. Please see the youth programs page for details.

Any questions about Summer Reading at the Sausalito Library may be directed to Children's and Young Adult Librarian Mishi Ramos at mramos@sausalito.gov or (415) 289-4100, x504.
 
DOWNLOAD THE SUMMER READING LOG
DOWNLOAD THE SCHEDULE OF SPECIAL PROGRAMS
VISIT THE SUMMER READING PAGE ON THE LIBRARY WEBSITE

Parklet Outreach Event on June 20

Parklet
The parklet at Drivers Market
The City of Sausalito will host a virtual forum at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, June 20 to gather feedback on the City's proposed Parklet and Outdoor Dining Program.

All stakeholders are encouraged to attend, including business owners, those living in the vicinity of restaurants, and anyone with an interest in the future of outdoor dining in Sausalito.

To access the meeting, please click on the Zoom link before or after the forum begins on June 20. Telephone access will be available by calling (669) 900-6833 and entering meeting ID 818 3649 8325.

Any questions about the virtual forum may be directed to Interim Community Development Director Dan Hortert at dhortert@sausalito.gov.
 
READ THE PROPOSED PARKLET AND OUTDOOR DINING PROGRAM
CONNECT TO THE PARKLET OUTREACH EVENT ON MONDAY, JUNE 20

Chipper Days in Sausalito During the Week of June 27

Chipper Crew
A chipper crew at work in Sausalito
Clearing excess brush from your property is never a bad idea, particularly during wildfire season. To make it easier for Sausalito residents to dispose of branches pruned from trees and shrubs, a chipper crew from Fire Safe Marin will be in Sausalito during the week of June 27.

Visits from the chipper are by reservation on a first come, first served basis. When capacity is reached, registrants will be placed on a wait list.

Once you have a reservation, piles should be ready at the curb by 8:00 a.m. Monday and will be picked up by Friday. Lay all vegetation in your pile with the thick end of branches facing toward the street so that they can be easily picked up and placed in the chipper.

Branches in excess of 8 inches in diameter cannot be chipped. For additional details on what can and cannot be put in the chipper, please visit the Chipper Day website. Bamboo, pampas grass, and palm fronds can be placed in a separate pile to be hauled away by the chipper crew.

Fire Safe Marin is a non-profit organization funded by the Marin Wildfire Prevention Authority, the California Fire Foundation, and grants from local, state, and federal agencies. In fulfilling its mission to create a safe and fire-adapted community in Marin, Fire Safe Marin partners with local fire districts, community organizations, landscape professionals, utilities, and insurance companies.
 
RESERVE A VISIT FROM THE CHIPPER DURING THE WEEK OF JUNE 27
LEARN MORE ABOUT FIRE SAFE MARIN

News from the City, County, and State

Pavement Work in Hurricane Gulch. On Tuesday, June 14 and Wednesday June 15, a PG&E contractor will be performing pavement restoration on Hi Vista Road in the Hurricane Gulch neighborhood.

During the work, Edwards Avenue between Marion Avenue and Alexander Avenue and Marion between Edwards and Hi Vista will be intermittently closed to allow the contractor to move equipment and materials. The affected area of Edwards will be off-limits to parking during work hours.

As always, please take special care in and around construction zones, whether you are driving, walking, or cycling. Any questions about the project may be directed to Mission Constructors at (415) 282-8453.
VIEW A MAP OF THE AFFECTED AREA
Opening on County Youth Commission. The application period is open through July 2 for applicants aged 12 to 23 for the Marin County Youth Commission. There are 23 representatives on the commission, which acts as the political voice for young people by engaging with the Marin County Board of Supervisors and other policymakers.

Commission members collectively identify issues they are passionate about, then create and implement social justice campaigns to create positive change. Over the past year, the Youth Commission focused on education, equity, mental health, youth substance use, and LGBTQ issues in Marin.

Applicants must live or attend school in Marin and be able to attend four meetings each month. Any questions about serving on the Youth Commission may be directed to Samantha Ramirez of the Youth Leadership Institute at sramirez@yli.org.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MARIN COUNTY YOUTH COMMISSION
Fire-Smart Landscaping. Marin Master Gardeners would like to remind everyone to clean up excess vegetation, fallen leaves, and flammable materials within Zone Zero, the area within 5 feet of your home:
  • Clean-up areas where wind eddies deposit leaf and plant litter along the perimeter of your home, on the roof, and combustibles under decks.
  • Clear dead debris from flowerbeds close to the house and any combustible mulches.
  • Remove dead, damaged, and diseased plant branches, trees, and shrubs. Dispose of the material in your green waste bin.
  • Any vegetation should be pruned back and kept hydrated, especially along exit routes. Placement and maintenance of plants are more important than type of plant.
  • Move common combustible fire hazards away from the area immediately surrounding your home, including brooms, rakes, plastic bins, wood furniture, furniture cushions, wood piles, and natural-fiber door mats. Move these items as far away from the house as possible – or indoors if a nearby wildfire threatens.
Any questions about fire-smart landscaping may be directed to helpdesk@marinmg.org.
LEARN MORE ABOUT FIRE-SMART LANDSCAPING
Vacation House Checks. For peace of mind while you are traveling, the Sausalito Police Department's Volunteers in Public Safety (VIPS) can perform a vacation house check while you're away.

When the VIPS conduct a vacation house check, they will visit your home and check for excessive mail and newspapers, check if all accessible windows and doors are secure, and walk your property looking for anything suspicious.

While conducting a vacation house check, VIPS wear an official VIPS uniform, carry an official VIPS identification card, and drive a marked VIPS patrol vehicle. If the VIPS notice anything out of the ordinary, it will be reported immediately to the Sausalito Police Department, and an officer will be dispatched to your home.

To learn how to request a vacation house check, please visit the Vacation House Check page on the City website. Any questions about the program may be sent to Lieutenant Stacie Gregory at sgregory@sausalito.gov.

REQUEST A VACATION HOUSE CHECK
Phillips Field Renovation Project. The Sausalito Marin City School District is working with the landscape architectural design firm Carducci Associates on a plan to renovate Phillips Field in Marin City. To ensure that the renovation project best meets community needs within the available budget, the district has launched a community survey and will be holding a series of in-person and virtual events in the coming weeks.

Community Meeting 2:
  • June 23 at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom.
  • June 25 at 3:00 p.m. at the Marin City Library, 64 Donahue Street.
Community Meeting 3:
  • July 20 at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom.
  • July 23 at 4:00 p.m. at the offices of the Marin City Community Services District, 630 Drake Avenue.
To register for one of the Zoom sessions, please visit the registration page. Area residents and other interested parties are also encouraged to sign up for the Phillips Field Project mailing list for stakeholders.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PHILLIPS FIELD RENOVATION PROJECT
Sausalito and Marin City in the News. Below is a sampling of news stories about Sausalito and Marin City that appeared in local, regional, and national media over the past week. Links to articles requiring a paid subscription have been omitted, but some sites may require users to disable their ad blockers and/or provide an email address.
SEARCH GOOGLE NEWS FOR RECENT STORIES ABOUT SAUSALITO AND MARIN CITY

Upcoming City Council Meeting on June 14

A regular meeting of the Sausalito City Council will be held on Tuesday, June 14, with the open session scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m.

Pursuant to section 54953(e) of the California Government Code, the meeting will be conducted via Zoom and broadcast live on the City website. For additional items and documents, please view the meeting agenda.

Information on attending the meeting via Zoom and providing public comment may be found on the City Council meetings and agendas page. Public comment may also be submitted via email to cityclerk@sausalito.gov; please refer to the title of the agenda item in the subject line of your message.

Special Presentations / Mayor's Announcements: Consent Calendar:
Public Hearing Items (Part 1): Business Item:
Public Hearing Items (Part 2): Additional Items: The next regular meeting of the Council will be held on Tuesday, June 28, with the open session due to commence at approximately 7:00 p.m. A special meeting may be held on Tuesday, June 21 to continue consideration of the City's FY 2022-23 budget.
 
VIEW CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDAS AND VIDEO ARCHIVES
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SAUSALITO CITY COUNCIL

Updates from Boards and Commissions

Planning Commission. The role of the Planning Commission is to review applications for design review and land use entitlements, as set forth in planning and zoning laws of the City and the state, and perform other such duties as specified in the Sausalito Municipal Code.

Previous meeting. The Planning Commission took the following actions at its regular meeting on June 1:
  • Continued to a future meeting the consideration of a project to convert an existing three-story office building at 2015 Bridgeway into a 12-unit residential building. The conversion includes a full interior remodel as well as new exterior finishes, windows, and doors.
Watch the video recording of the meeting

Upcoming meeting. There will be a special joint meeting of the Planning Commission and Historic Preservation Commission at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 15. When available, the meeting agenda will include details on accessing the meeting via Zoom and providing public comment. The meeting will also be broadcast live on the City website.

The following items are on the agenda:
  • Approval of a certificate of appropriateness, changes to an approved project, amendment to an encroachment agreement and minor use permit for outdoor dining, and amendment to a minor use permit for alcohol sales at 12 El Portal/690 Bridgeway.
  • Presentation by Southern Marin Fire District to discuss new evacuation routes, desired/preferred plant species.
If you have any questions about the Planning Commission or an item under consideration, please contact the Community Development Department at (415) 289-4128 or cdd@sausalito.gov.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PLANNING COMMISSION
Historic Preservation Commission. The role of the Historic Preservation Commission is to provide guidance to the Sausalito community in identifying, honoring, and protecting our heritage assets, artifacts, and stories.

Previous Meeting. The Historic Preservation Commission took the following actions at its meeting on May 19:
  • Determined that the property at 28 Spencer Court does not qualify as a historic resource under CEQA.
  • Continued to a later date the consideration of a certificate of appropriateness for a proposed second story deck at 660 Bridgeway.
  • Continued to a later date the consideration of a historic resource determination for 21 Atwood Avenue.
  • Continued to a later date the consideration of a historic resource determination for 100 Humboldt Avenue.
  • Received a staff report on objective design and development standards and provided comment.
Watch the video recording of the meeting

Upcoming Meeting. The Historic Preservation Commission will hold a regular meeting via Zoom at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 16. The following items are on the agenda:
  • Certificate of appropriateness for a proposed second story deck at 660 Bridgeway.
  • Historic resource determination for 21 Atwood Avenue.
  • Historic resource determination for 100 Humboldt Avenue.
  • Historic resource determination for 120 Filbert Court.
When available, the meeting agenda will include details regarding how to virtually participate in the Zoom meeting, which will also be broadcast live on the City website.

The staff liaison to the Historic Preservation Commission is Assistant Planner Adam East. The City Council liaison is Melissa Blaustein. Any questions about the commission may be directed to cdd@sausalito.gov. All meetings are open to the public, with time available for public comment.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION

Programs and Events for Our Community

Jazz and Blues by the Bay. The 2022 season of Jazz and Blues by the Bay concerts continues in Gabrielson Park at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, June 10 with a blues performance by Katie Knipp. Food and beverages will be on sale at every concert to raise funds for local organizations. The grass seating area fills up quickly, so come down early to save a spot!
LEARN MORE ABOUT JAZZ AND BLUES BY THE BAY
Green Thumbs. Volunteers from Sausalito Beautiful will be performing maintenance on the purple-leaf plum trees on Johnson Street at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 11. If you would like to join in the fun, please send email to greenthumbs@sausalitobeautiful.org. Green Thumbs will provide tools, gloves, debris bags, and knee pads so we can tend to the trees.
LEARN MORE ABOUT GREEN THUMBS
Marinship Documentary. The new documentary about Sausalito's working waterfront will be screened at the Presidio Yacht Club at Fort Baker-Travis Marina on Saturday, June 11. Produced by the Sausalito Working Waterfront Coalition, the 75-minute film takes us on a guided tour of the Marinship with the craftspeople, fabricators, artists, maritime workers, and educators who are the heart and soul of our endangered waterfront and industrial zones. A pizza dinner with salad, dessert, beer and wine, and the movie are all for $20 at the door. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., dinner seating at 7:00, movie starts at 7:15. Reservations are required.
WATCH A PREVIEW OF THE WORKING WATERFRONT DOCUMENTARY
Live Theater in Dunphy Park. The City of Sausalito will host a free outdoor production of the play Words That Made the Difference: Brown vs the Board of Education at Dunphy Park at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 12. This special event is in honor of Juneteenth, which is celebrated on the following Sunday. The play is being staged on June 12 so as not to conflict with the Juneteenth Festival in Marin City on June 19. Written by Dr. Cindy Acker, Ed.D., Words That Made the Difference is based on actual events in the fight to end school segregation and is set in the courtrooms of history, capturing the real words in court cases that culminated in the Supreme Court's ruling in Brown v. Board of Education.
READ A CURRENTS ARTICLE ABOUT THIS SPECIAL EVENT ON JUNE 12
Reception for Flag Exhibit. Join the Sausalito Historical Society for the opening reception for a new exhibition of traditional flags, pennants and banners in the Exhibit Room on the upper level of City Hall. The reception will take place from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Flag Day, Tuesday, June 14. The exhibit draws from the collections of the Historical Society and late Sausalito resident Frank Fuetsch and includes flags dating from the late 1800s to the 1980s from the Marinship, Maritime Days, the Golden Gate Bridge Opening Fiesta, and shipping companies. Regular hours at the Exhibit Room are Mondays and the first and third Wednesdays of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and the second and fourth Saturdays of the month from noon to 3:00 p.m.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SAUSALITO HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Fundraiser for Ukraine. Long-time Sausalito residents Laurel and Jerry Spolter are hosting a special fundraising concert at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 16 to help World Central Kitchen feed Ukrainian refugees. The concert will be presented by accomplished musicians Peter Wilson on violin and Jennifer Kloetzel on cello. The theme is Bach, Beethoven & The Beatles. Although tickets to the event at Christ Episcopal Church are sold out, the concert will be available for live streaming for any household donating $50 or more. Jerry and Laurel will be traveling to Poland in June to volunteer with World Central Kitchen.
PURCHASE TICKETS FOR THE LIVESTREAM OF THE CONCERT ON JUNE 16
Jazz and Blues by the Bay. The 2022 season of Jazz and Blues by the Bay concerts continues in Gabrielson Park at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, June 17 with a swing performance by the Alpha Rhythm Kings. Food and beverages will be on sale at every concert to raise funds for local organizations. The grass seating area fills up quickly, so come down early to save a spot!
LEARN MORE ABOUT JAZZ AND BLUES BY THE BAY
Juneteenth Community Festival. The Sixth Annual Marin City Juneteenth Community Festival will be held on Sunday, June 19 from 10:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. at Rocky Graham Park. Admission is free. There will be two themes at the festival. The stage theme is "Moving Toward the Future." The market theme is "Global Connections." The festival will feature traditional African drumming and other musical performances, horse rides (free for children), free child care with an art and play area, an African marketplace, a Youth Entrepreneur Zone, and a Health and Wellness Zone. A $150 VIP Pass will include a meal voucher, padded seating area in the amphitheater, waited food service, and valet parking. For more information, please contact Oshalla Diana Marcus at oshalla@mcartsandculture.com or (844) 862-2787.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MARIN CITY JUNETEENTH COMMUNITY FESTIVAL
Parklet Outreach Event. The City of Sausalito will host a virtual forum at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, June 20 to gather feedback on the City's proposed Parklet and Outdoor Dining Program. All stakeholders are encouraged to attend, including business owners, those living in the vicinity of restaurants, and anyone with an interest in the future of outdoor dining in Sausalito. To access the meeting, please click on the Zoom link before or after the forum begins on June 20. Telephone access will be available by calling (669) 900-6833 and entering meeting ID 818 3649 8325.
CONNECT TO THE PARKLET OUTREACH EVENT ON MONDAY, JUNE 20
Line Dancing Classes. Sausalito Village is now offering free line dancing classes. If you've ever wanted to learn the Hustle, Cupid Shuffle, or Jerusalema, now is your chance! Beginning level classes are Tuesdays from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. starting Tuesday, June 21. Intermediate level classes are Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. starting Thursday, June 23. Both classes are taught by Laurie Reemsnyder and held in the Exercise Room at City Hall. Space is limited, so please register in advance for the beginner or intermediate class.
VIEW A CALENDAR OF EVENTS FROM SAUSALITO VILLAGE
Safari, Reminders & Notes. Join Mac expert Jon Hartman from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 23 for a Zoom workshop that will help you learn how to surf the web like a pro. This class will delve into the functions and features of Apple's Internet browser, Safari. We'll learn about search, tabs, and bookmarks. We will also discuss Reminders and Notes, two great applications to keep your life in order. Instructor Jon Hartman is a computer consultant specializing in Apple devices who also teaches classes at the libraries in Mill Valley and Tiburon. Please register online for details on accessing the class via Zoom.
VIEW THE SCHEDULE OF LIBRARY PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS
Jazz and Blues by the Bay. The 2022 season of Jazz and Blues by the Bay concerts continues in Gabrielson Park at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, June 24 with a jazz and swing performance by Lavay Smith. Food and beverages will be on sale at every concert to raise funds for local organizations. The grass seating area fills up quickly, so come down early to save a spot!
LEARN MORE ABOUT JAZZ AND BLUES BY THE BAY
Dungeons & Dragons for Teens and Tweens. Be part of an established Advanced Dungeons & Dragons campaign! Your party of adventurers is currently trekking through desolate wilderness at the behest of a certain nobleman who is paying you to rid the region of a lurking horror beneath the crumbling ruins of the sorcerer's tower. Hosted by Dungeon Master Jeffrey, this Sausalito Library program from 3:30 to 6:00 p.m. on Friday, July 1 is designed to be an introduction into the world of role-playing games. Snacks will be provided. No registration necessary. Any questions may be directed to Circulation Supervisor Jeffrey Jackson at jjackson@sausalito.gov.
VIEW THE SCHEDULE OF YOUTH PROGRAMS AND EVENTS FROM THE LIBRARY
Jazz and Blues by the Bay. The 2022 season of Jazz and Blues by the Bay concerts continues in Gabrielson Park at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, July 1 with a blues performance by Lydia Pense and Cold Blood. Food and beverages will be on sale at every concert to raise funds for local organizations. The grass seating area fills up quickly, so come down early to save a spot!
LEARN MORE ABOUT JAZZ AND BLUES BY THE BAY
4th of July in Sausalito. This three-part event on Monday, July 4 begins with a parade of floats, bands, classic cars, local officials, and local organizations. The parade starts at the intersection of Second Street and Main Street at 10:00 a.m. and ends at the corner of Caledonia and Litho streets. After the parade, the party gets going at Dunphy Park with live music and dancing. The finale at Gabrielson Park at 6:30 p.m. features more live music, followed by the annual fireworks over the water.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 4TH OF JULY FESTIVITIES
Wednesday Night Live. Wednesday Night Live returns to Caledonia Street on Wednesday, July 6 with live music from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. at the Pine Street intersection adjacent to the outdoor tables on restaurant row. For the July concert, Sausalito-based vintage jazz band Davey Jones and the Hot Clams will be playing and singing hits of the '20s through the '50s. Wednesday Night Live is produced by the City's Economic Development Advisory Committee, in partnership with the City of Sausalito and local restaurants and merchants.
VIEW A MAP SHOWING THE CORNER OF CALEDONIA AND PINE STREETS
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