More Carts on Order

After polling dock reps to determine the need for replacement shopping carts, the Floating Homes Association has ordered 27 new carts for use by residents. Three types were ordered and should be delivered in the next few weeks. Dock reps will be notified of their arrival and can pick up... Read more

Private Tour For Special Groups

On June 12, the Floating Homes Association offered a private tour to members of Sausalito Village and Friends of the Marin City Library. Both organizations have participated in our Open Homes tour for a number of years, providing dozens of volunteers. About 30 attendees were met in front of East... Read more

Pigeon Problem on Your Pier?

On East Pier, we’ve noticed a lot more pigeons recently. Besides being messy and noisy, they can carry diseases that will make people sick. Since pigeons can nest 6 times each year, we could quickly see hundreds of these birds. It’s a problem we want to stop before it spreads,... Read more

Board Meeting Notes – June 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 JUNE BOARD MEETING: Emergency Services Chair Flo Hoylman reported that the new FHA Resilient Neighborhoods team has had two meetings and has 13 members... Read more

Prepare for Long PG&E Outages

It is quite probable that we will experience a 3-5 day power outage to prevent a fire in the future. When conditions of low humidity, wind, and high temperatures are present, PG&E may issue a power outage red flag warning. It could impact a very large area of Marin or... Read more

Greasers & Floaters

Over 70 folks found their way to the WPH Lagoon—in kayaks, SUPs, rafts, inflatables, and other small craft—to watch the movie Grease on a warm spring evening. A large screen was hung from the roof of Daren Joy’s Liberty Dock home and neighbors crowded their floats to join the fun.... Read more

Join a Bioblitz and Snap a Pic

The California Academy of Sciences is sponsoring a statewide effort to discover, record, and share observations of plants, seaweeds, and animals found along the California coast, and no prior experience is needed to participate. Just head out to the shoreline between now and June 16 to participate in the annual... Read more