Mill Valley-Sausalito Path Signage Installation Project


SCH Number
Public Agency
Marin County Open Space District (MCOSD)
Document Title
Mill Valley-Sausalito Path Signage Installation Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
Marin County Parks (MCP) is proposing to install signage on the Mill Valley-Sausalito Path and the Charles F. McGlashan Path. The purpose of the proposed project is to aid in creating safe, welcoming, and responsible public access to the paths by providing increased public access and safety information. Pathway signage types include entry sign structures, a directional wayfinding post, path ID signs, and site ID signposts. The proposed project would consist of three replacement sign structures at existing locations (Sycamore Avenue, McGlashan Path-South, and Almonte Boulevard); four new signs on existing posts (Almonte Boulevard, Pohono Street, McGlashan Path-North and Miller Avenue); two new entry structures (E. Blithedale Boulevard and Gate 6 Road) and four new signposts (Gate 6 Road, Almonte Boulevard, and Bayfront Park entries) for a total of three replacement signs and eleven new signs along the multi-use pathway. Typical installation would include new concrete footings, aluminum posts, signage, and site clean-up. Implementation of the proposed project would occur in 2024 and would be conducted by contractors.

Contact Information

Kelly Hyde
Agency Name
Marin County Open Space District
Job Title
Open Space Planner
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Sausalito and Mill Valley
Parcel #
052-227-13, 052-191-13, 052-181-09, 052-350-28, 030-250-09, 030-250-08, 030-124-04

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15311: Accessory Structures
Reasons for Exemption
The proposed project consists of the placement of on-premises signs which are accessory to the existing multi-use path. The proposed project is not located on a hazardous waste site pursuant to Government Code Section 65962.5 or within an officially designated state scenic highway and nonetheless would not affect scenic resources including trees, historical buildings, rock outcroppings, or similar resource. Implementation of the proposed project would not result in cumulative impacts; result in a significant effect to the environment due to unusual circumstances; or change the significance of a historical resource.
County Clerk


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