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Fire Safety & Preparedness

As we enter another fire season and with several fires in the region, please remember to take some basic steps to be ready for fire and evacuation, particularly to have a "go-bag" packed, with needed medications, food, water, flashlight, batteries, important documents, a change of clothes, and other essential items -- see 


Another great Checklist:


And as a reminder: To sign up for alerts from public safety agencies, you can register to receive them by text or email at 

Driver's License Extension for Senior Drivers

DMV gives 1 year extension to senior drivers with expiring license.


Where can I find food assistance?

Marin County has several Pop-Up Pantry locations you can drive up and receive a box. No registration or ID required. Tuesday Marin Child Care Council, 10 am – 12 pm
555 Northgate Dr Suite 105, San Rafael, 94903 Wednesday Bayside MLK, 10.30 am – 12.30 pm
200 Phillips Dr, Marin City, 94965 Thursday San Geronimo Valley Community Center, 12 pm – 2 pm
1 Lagunitas School Rd, San Geronimo, 94963 Friday Tamalpais High School, 11 am – 2 pm
700 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, 94941 Saturday Kerner Drive-through Pantry, 10 am – 2 pm
2550 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael, 94901

I need help with shopping. Who can I contact?

Our Deacon's have a list of individuals who can safely assist you in fulfilling your shopping list. Please contact your Deacon, or send an email to

Where can I find a complete list of all resources available in Marin County?

A complete guide to all the resources in Marin can be found here. It has been complied by Marin Community Action. Marin Interfaith Council has a great list of resources.

What are the current health orders?

The seven Bay Area Public Health Officers have extended "Shelter-at-Home" orders. Some restrictions are eased and new tools to strengthen containment of COVID-19 have been put in place. Social distancng, wearing a face covering and washing of hands are still the best interventions. A comprehensive guide, to the slow and safe reopening of Marin County, is found at Marin Recovers.

Are meetings at the church happening?

As of late March 2020, the Session voted to suspend all in-person meetings to align with the Marin County Shelter in Place order. This includes church specific meetings as well as community use, such as AA meetings, music classes and more. Weekly meetings are happening via Zoom. Click here to find a current list.

I need assistance with my housing. (Rent, utilities, etc.)

There is a ban on evictions through May 31, 2020. The Resolution requires renters and lease holders to notify their landlord within 30 days after the rent is due that they are unable to pay because of financial impacts related to COVID-19. Additionally, this Resolution provides a 90-day repayment period after the Resolution expires for repayment of any back rent. Emergency Rental Assistance can be reached by calling (415) 473-7191 and leaving a message with your name and contact. More information can be found at PG&E Customers can apply for reduced rates. Find more information here.

I am feeling disconnected. Can someone call me?

It is vital that we stay connected during this time of staying home. Please call your Deacon and let them know you would appreciate a weekly check-in. Here are other resources, from a friendly voice to chat with, to Zoom groups where you can see a friendly face. Weekly Zoom Groups San Anselmo Helps form

How can I get the Friday Email?

Sign up for our weekly Church News and Announcements. To subscribe click here.


First Presbyterian San Anselmo is a progressive, inclusive Christian community blessed with meaningful worship, people who care for one another, diverse ministries for all ages, and a passion for justice and service.


(415) 456-3713


72 Kensington Road

San Anselmo, CA  94960


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