Exclusive Discount on New Windows

Renewal by Anderson is repeating its sponsorship of Day in the Park this year, after a good experience in 2023. Denise Mosely, director of marketing for the window company, commented, “by us keeping tack of the revenue (from the October DITP), I am able to show why we should continue...

How to Take Action on Climate Change

East Pierians Wilford Welch and Terri Thomas presented a climate change symposium at the Sausalito Library in February. Wilford acknowledged the challenges of getting people to focus on these issues and move from concern about the climate crisis, to actions that individuals can take to solve it. He stressed that...

Heat Pump Water Heaters Save Energy and Money

Heat pump water heaters pull heat from the surrounding air into a water tank, using the same technology a refrigerator uses but in reverse. Because they move heat from one place to another rather than generating heat directly, heat pumps can be two to three times more efficient than conventional...

The Importance of FHA Membership

The Floating Homes Association represents the interests of floating homeowners and renters to help foster a friendly, inclusive, and colorful community on Richardson Bay. Your membership helps the FHA provide services and sponsor events that support and strengthen our unique community. Through the work of our volunteers Board of Directors...

E-Waste Collection Event Feb 11

Free e–waste recycling will come to 28 Liberty Ship Way in Sausalito from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 11. Area residents are encouraged to bring old and worn–out electronic equipment for recycling and safe disposal. Hazardous waste and household appliances (other than microwaves) are not accepted. Additional...

Combatting Rising Tides at Bothin Marsh

Just north of the Richardson Bay Bridge, the Bothin Marsh Open Space Preserve and a section of the multi–use path are experiencing frequent and severe flooding that impacts the shoreline, plants, wildlife, and use of the pathway. The Preserve is Marin County Parks’ most visited park unit and the most...

Audubon Sanctuary Closed to Boats

The Richardson Bay Audubon Sanctuary has closed to all boat traffic—including paddle boards, kayaks, and canoes—until March 31. The annual closure protects tens of thousands of migratory ducks, geese, and shorebirds while they refuel for their journeys south. The closure is mandated by an ordinance of the Richardson’s Bay Regional...

In-Person Coastal Cleanups are Back

On the third Saturday of September, volunteers all over the world will converge on beaches, shorelines and inland waterways to pick up trash and remove dangerous debris. Considered the largest marine–related volunteer event in the world, Coastal Cleanup Day is a wonderful opportunity to lend a hand and make a...

Surprise! Mooring Field Scrapped

The recent front-page headline in the Marin IJ, “Richardson Bay agency scraps mooring field plan” took most of us by surprise, including Sausalito councilmember Jill Hoffman, who has been a vocal opponent of the plan since it was first suggested by the RBRA in 2014. Hoffman reiterated her concerns with...