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Welcome to Sausalito!

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 Photo by Stacey Fraser

 

Ranked as one of the top 20 destinations in the country, visitors and residents alike agree that Sausalito’s scenic waterfront and panoramic views, small town charm and Mediterranean character make it a truly enchanting place to live, work or play. Sausalito’s world class dining, artists and galleries, boutiques and bohemian spirit have long attracted sophisticated international travelers and continue to garner recognition for the city as one of the best small towns in which to live.

 

Located just minutes from San Francisco at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge, it is also the gateway to the legendary California wine country, majestic redwoods and wild northern coast.

 

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Schedule Change!

Golden Gate Ferry will adjust its schedules for the Fall/Winter season effective Monday, September 29. Schedules are modified several times a year to reflect seasonal changes in ridership.

Golden Gate FErry
For complete schedule adjustments or trip planning assistance, please click here or call 511 (say "Golden Gate Transit," then "operator" to bypass recorded messages)/TDD 711. The Golden Gate Customer Service Center is open weekdays from 7am to 6pm.


Stunning Sausalito!


Sausalito is Among the Top 9 Most Stunning Towns

 

Sausalito Hillside

Read about it here


Spirit of Marin Awards

Bank of Marin Announces Winners of

Annual Spirit of Marin Awards
September 26th event celebrates philanthropy

and volunteerism of local business leaders
 

Spirit of Marin

 

Bank of Marin (NASDAQ: BMRC) has announced the winners of the 21st Spirit of Marin Awards, one of the largest business events in the County and Bank of Marin’s signature event.  The awards recognize the philanthropic leadership, volunteerism and success of Marin business leaders and volunteers, as nominated by eleven participating Marin County-based Chambers of Commerce.  It will take place on Friday, September 26 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm at St. Vincent’s School for Boys in San Rafael.
 
“Spirit of Marin is a very special celebration that recognizes local leaders for their dedication and business success in their communities,” said Russell A. Colombo, Bank of Marin President and CEO.  “We’ve been proud to partner with the Marin County Chambers for over 20 years and are pleased to honor businesses and individuals who generously support and strengthen our communities through philanthropy and exemplary business practices.”
 
This year’s winners are:

  • Corte Madera Chamber of Commerce - Margaret Deedy, Coldwell Banker
  • Fairfax Chamber of Commerce - David Smadbeck, Coldwell Banker, The Sleeping Lady Restaurant
  • Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Marin - Dr. Mary Marcy, Dominican University
  • Larkspur Chamber of Commerce - Vicki Küng, Bon Air Center
  • Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce - Lisa Walsmith, All Wrapped Up
  • Novato Chamber of Commerce - Mendy Calegari, Marin Roto-Rooter
  • Novato Chamber of Commerce - Garrett Grialou, Best Western PLUS Novato Oaks Inn
  • San Anselmo Chamber of Commerce - Connie Rodgers, San Anselmo Chamber
  • San Rafael Chamber of Commerce - Laura Bertolli, Bertolli's Auto Body Shop
  • San Rafael Chamber of Commerce – Sal Medina, Redwood Credit Union
  • Sausalito Chamber of Commerce - Kim Huff, Kimber Communications
  • Tiburon Peninsula Chamber of Commerce - Captain Maggie McDonogh, Angel Island-Tiburon Ferry
  • West Marin Chamber of Commerce - Dorito Marringa

 
This year’s celebratory luncheon will feature local motivational speaker and author, Mike Robbins, as the keynote speaker.  Entertainment will be provided by the Marin Symphony with a special appearance by world renowned cellist Zuill Bailey.  Luncheon reservations are required and are $60 per person.  To make a reservation, go to: www.spiritofmarin.com


Special Meeting Tuesday

Proposed Sales Tax Increase

on the November Ballot

Special Meeting Tuesday, September 9,

8:15am Networking, 8:30am Meeting

Edgewater Room, 420 Litho Street

 

We strongly encourage you as key merchants and business people in Sausalito, to attend this important Biz X (Business Information Exchange) Meeting next Tuesday Sept 9th at 8:30am in the Edgewater Room at City Hall.

 

The main topic for disussion will be the City of Sausalito's Proposed Sales Tax Increase, an important issue effecting your business. See Agenda in B2B enewletter below.
 
The Chamber of Commerce have invited Charlie Francis, Finance Director and Adam Politzer, City Manager to attend this special meeting to inform our Chamber members of the facts and the reasons for the proposed increase and more importantly, to give our members the opportunity to address any questions or concerns regarding this proposal.
 
This is YOUR opportunity to have direct dialogue with the City Manager and Finance Director about an important issue effecting your business so we strongly encourage you to make the time to attend this 1 hour meeting.
 
Look forward to seeing many of you there.


Art Festival this Weekend!

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Thank you to all our wonderful friends and members

who cameout to support the Chamber by either

volunteering or buying some of our awesome

Oysters or Pulled Pork Sliders & Wraps--

Thank you!

 

It was a hugely successful weekend,

the weather was wonderful, the crowds were happy

and we generally had a very good time!

Let us know how you enjoyed the food

when you have time.


Featured Events

New Members

Congratulations Tyler Barbee!


Tyler Barbee
The Sausalito Chamber is proud of our high school student intern for his wonderful
contribution to the Special Needs Community!

Read more about his story here





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