Mill Valley Neighborhood Response Groups
Neighbors-Helping-Neighbors To Prepare For, Respond To & Recover From Disasters 


Mill Valley is at very high risk from natural disasters, such as wildfires, earthquakes and floods. The NRG program is a grassroots volunteer-driven initiative designed to assist the residents of Mill Valley to prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters by encouraging a neighbors-helping-neighbors approach and by providing resources, guidance, training and conducting periodic disaster drills.

Click on the link for the recording of the recent Earthquake Forum.

The Mill Valley NRG Map

This is a live Google map. Zoom in or out for more or less detail.
This map can also be viewed full screen by clicking this icon in the upper right corner of the map frame.

The NRG Mill Valley program AND this map are under construction. We currently have thirteen NRGs planned for the Mill Valley area and they will be added to this map as soon as borders are set. There may be additional maps and information for each NRG on their home page. Look for them HERE.

National Geographic – Meet the wildfire superspreaders

Scientists study ways to stop windborne embers from sowing destruction. BY JEREMY BERLIN PUBLISHED OCTOBER 13, 2020 FOR DAN O'MEARA, it ...
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FIRESafe MARIN Video – Zone Zero / Zero Combustibles
Zone Zero is Ground Zero when protecting your home from embers. This is the first Defensible Space zone, 0′ to 5′ from structures, decks, or anything attached to your home. Watch this short video for an introduction to the concept of Zone Zero and how you can help protect your home’s most vulnerable exterior space from wildfire embers.

During this period of sheltering in place, it is imperative that all Mill Valley residents be informed about the latest information about the pandemic and what we need to do to be well and safe. Please visit the official Marin County coronavirus website. READ MORE…

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