Perfect Day for Open Homes Tour

Our open homes tour on September 14 was an outstanding success. Over 800 people turned out to see 12 unique floating homes on a gorgeous Sausalito day. Tour co-chair Barbara Rycersky and I would like to thank: everyone who attended the homeowners who opened their doors to an admiring public... Read more

Safety Tip: Move Your Emergency Kit

Here’s the third tip of Emergency Preparedness Month from our own Flo Hoylman: Your emergency kit should be easy to grab. You can’t know where you’ll be when an earthquake strikes, and may be in a panic trying to keep yourself and your family safe. Your bag should be near... Read more

Board Meeting Notes – Sept 2019

TO KEEP EVERYONE UP TO DATE ON WHAT THE FHA BOARD IS DOING, HERE ARE SOME OF THE ITEMS THAT WERE DISCUSSED OR DECIDED AT THE SEPTEMBER BOARD MEETING: A new resident of from Liberty Dock, Jim Rettew, joined the Open Forum portion of the meeting to observe, and wound... Read more

Envisioning the Future of Marinship

There’s no shortage of opinions about Marinship’s future. It’s a hub of innovation, ingenuity and creativity with a strong maritime, artistic and civil rights history. The area between Bridgeway and the Bay from about Napa Street to just past Gate 5 Road, known as Marinship, is primarily industrial and waterfront... Read more

Add a Flashlight to Your Nightstand

Since this is Emergency Preparedness Month, each week we’re sharing safety tips provided by Emergency Preparedness Chair Flo Hoylman: Expect the power to be out during a major emergency. That fun flashlight function on your phone? It’s not going to last long without power to plug it in. Plus, your... Read more

 Donna Bragg: Persistence, Patience & Pitching In

The first time I saw Donna Bragg was in the documentary Houseboat Wars—a film about our community’s hippie beginnings and residents’ struggle to continue living on the water. She’s being interviewed sitting in a cushioned lawn chair, the bay behind her, wearing dark sunglasses, her long black hair parted in... Read more

Sept is Emergency Preparedness Month

Flo Hoylman reports that this is Emergency Preparedness Month, and passes along a website, Ready.gov, that offers a week-by-week plan for increasing your level of safety during a power shutoff or disaster. The first week concentrates on the little-discussed concept of preparing financially for an extended emergency when access to... Read more

Volunteers Needed to Clean OUR Shore – Sat Sept 21

Too often, plastic, cigarette butts, and styrofoam cups mar our beautiful bay shores. For thirty-five years, people have worked to change that. Volunteer with the FHA Environmental Committee and pick up trash along our waterfront during Coastal Cleanup Day Saturday, Sept. 21. Our FHA team will meet at the Waldo... Read more

Board Meeting Notes – Aug 2019

TO KEEP EVERYONE UP TO DATE ON WHAT THE FHA BOARD IS DOING, HERE ARE SOME OF THE ITEMS THAT WERE DISCUSSED OR DECIDED AT THE AUGUST BOARD MEETING: The new Harbor Master of Waldo Point Harbor, Bill Price, spoke with the Board about his ongoing intention to work with... Read more

Artists, Authors, Musicians Join 9/14 Tour

Besides seeing a dozen unique floating homes, visitors to our September 14 tour will have a chance to meet and chat with some of the more creative folks in our community, and to purchase their works. They include: Katharine Butler – Longtime etching and woodcut printmaker, she donates income from... Read more