After a very enjoyable and successful grand re-opening of Boyd Park, opportunities to enjoy the park will continue this spring and summer. Please join us for:
- Yoga with Marin YMCAonTuesdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. (free through May)
- Body conditioning classes with Marin YMCA on Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. (free through May)
- Storytime on the first and third Mondays of the month from 10:30 to 11 a.m.
- Ms. Kitty Sing-a-longs on the first Friday of the month at 10:30 a.m.
- Tai Chi and Kung Fu activities with 10,000 victories on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Sunday Fundays with Jubilee Jumps on the first and third Sundays of the month from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Conceptual Design Review – Wednesday, February 18 City Council Chambers 7 pm
Conceptual Plan to Planning Commission – Tuesday, February 24, City Council Chambers, 7 pm
CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) Training (www.readymarin.org):
San Rafael – April 11
San Rafael - September
LSRHNA reimburses the $45 fee upon completion of course (with certificate)
New Emergency Notification System Upgrade
Listed and unlisted/blocked Marin County landline phone numbers are already included in our emergency notification system. Cell phone and VoIP numbers are not included and will require your registration in our Self-Registration Portal at alertmarin.com (an email address is required).
Register Multiple Marin Locations
Perhaps you live in Marin, but work outside the County. Or you work and go to school in Marin, but live outside the County. Each geographic location in Marin you choose requires registration with a unique identifying email address. You may register up to two cellphone numbers and one VoIP number per geographic location.
Be Sure You are Registered to Get the Emergency Call, Text or Email
Emergency officials use the Telephone Emergency Notification System (TENS) to deliver incident-specific information or potentially life-saving instruction to the precise geographic area(s) affected. Emergency situations may include:
- flooding, wildfires, and subsequent evacuations;
- public safety incidents including crimes that affect your neighborhood;
- and post-disaster information about shelters, transportation, or supplies.
Our Mission is to build a sense of community within our neighborhood. We provide a forum to voice concerns, review information, current events, and resolve local issues, affecting our community. We represent your concerns for the community and present them to the city and county government to affect change.
The Lincoln- San Rafael Hill Neighborhood borders Puerto Suello to the north, Mission Avenue to the south, Highway 101 to the east and San Rafael Hill to the west. It was and continues to be a major artery leading into downtown. Our neighborhood association (LSRHNA) has made numerous community contributions since its inception less than 10 years ago.
Wanted - Area Reps are encouraged to sign up!
The LSRHNA is looking for volunteers to join our association. Area Representatives get involved with neighborhood meeting and events. They also walk the quarterly newsletters in their immediate area. Our association has been active for over eight years. Among the many services and activities, we have helped our Police and Fire Departments, provided input to City and County planners, and helped allocate funds for the soundwalls being installed on Highway 101.
If you would like to make a difference in your community, please email us at LincolnHillAsscn@gmail.com. We welcome your input and energy!
Association Donations Welcome
Please show your support of your Area Association by donating to the LSRHNA, a non-profit organization. Checks for $10 (or more) can be sent to
PO Box 150983
San Rafael, CA 94915-0983