Holiday Tugboat Caroling – Dec 3 [not Dec 4!!!]

UPDATE—Due to potential rain the date of Tugboat Caroling is changed from Tuesday Dec 4th to Monday Night Dec 3rd…. What? Holiday Tugboat Caroling Where? Upon the Waters of Our Floating Neighborhood When? MONDAY DECEMBER 3rd — 6:30pm – 10pm —Liberty, Main, South 40, Gates, Issaquah, Yellow Ferry, etc.— How?... Read more

Floating Homes Tour Returns Sept 14

After a one-year hiatus, the Floating Homes Association will once again present our open homes tour, on Saturday, September 14, 2019. Over a dozen homes will be open, ranging in styles from cozy to palatial. Homeowners will be encouraged to docent their own boats and answer questions about our unique... Read more

Rachelle on SFGate

Rachelle Dorris has lived on floating homes since the 90s, and as an agent for Coldwell Banker, she has plenty of knowledge about waterfront living. So, it’s not surprising that she was recently interviewed by SFGate.com, in a piece entitled “A life by the tides: What it’s really like living... Read more

Open Studios & Holiday Art Party – Dec 1 & 2

                    The holiday season kicks off with 2 events by our artistic neighbors over on Gate 5 Road. Tracey Kessler, and other featured artists, invite you to an Open Studio at Beyond the Wave Gate, while Gate Five Clay Studio is throwing a Holiday... Read more

Fire Drill at Yellow Ferry Harbor

Yellow Ferry Harbormaster Chris Tellis and his right hand man, Ron Cherry, conducted a fire drill Saturday morning November 17. Residents were briefed on fire safety protocol and shown how to use all the nearby hoses in the event of an emergency. Chris also handed out written instructions, including: Make... Read more

Board Meeting Notes – Oct & Nov 2018

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 OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER BOARD MEETINGS: Linda Sempliner announced the results of dock rep elections. Contact information for dock reps and alternates is posted on... Read more

“Reality Check” in Marinship Studios

Marinship Studios on Gate 5 Road is presenting a solo exhibition by textile artist Akari Uragami. Akari’s work is distinguished by her interests in patterns and cloth as a mode of examining the internal and external tensions of flesh. In 2017 she began producing a body of work while traveling... Read more

Another Community Icon Passes

Michael Petersen, who lived and worked in the floating homes community for nearly half a century, succumbed to leukemia last week. After chemotherapy treatments, he had a brief remission, and was seen working on the docks, walking with the aid of hiking poles. As Issaquah resident Mickey Allison recalled recently,... Read more

Air Quality Advisory – Smoke from Camp Fire

Air quality in Sausalito and other parts of the Bay Area may reach unhealthy levels this weekend due to drift smoke from the Camp Fire in Butte County. An Air Quality Advisory is in effect through Monday, November 12. Friday Nov 16 Update: Due to continued heavy smoke moving into the... Read more

Nixle Could Save Your Life

Nixle is a Community Information Service that helps keep you and your family safe, informed, and connected to your community 24/7. It keeps you up to date with relevant information from your local public safety departments and schools. Launched in 2007, Nixle provides an open communication forum that connects public... Read more