Santa Venetia is a neighborhood of over 1,600 homes and is one of Marin’s best kept secrets with fantastic weather, natural beauty, quiet streets and a great community of people.

The Santa Venetia Neighborhood Association (SVNA) strives to preserve and promote the quality of life for the Santa Venetia community. This is achieved through encouraging healthy social interaction; facilitating the flow of information; and protecting the natural beauty and economic well-being of the community.

We invite you to join the SVNA! Support your community, meet your neighbors and help us to continue to protect and enhance the natural and economic stability of this wonderful community.

Follow this link to join the SVNA through BigTent: www.bigtent.com/groups/svna


The County of Marin Department of Public Works and the Flood Control Zone #7 Advisory Board invite your participation in a survey to help us understand community support for flood protection initiatives in Santa Venetia. The survey is short and will only take a few minutes to complete. Please complete the survey by February 8, 2017.

Link to Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/H3YWJYD

After the survey closes, results will be posted to http://www.marinwatersheds.org/zone-7.html#7. Thank you, Jackie Garcia and Russ Greenfield, members of the Zone #7 Advisory Board


♦  Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 7pm 

Join your neighbors for our bi-monthly Community Meeting. The format changes, the topics change, the people change… but the meetings are always informative and the debate lively.

Most meetings include Working Committee presentations regarding our Watershed, Community Plan, Neighborhood Beautification, Social Activities, Traffic, Parks, and more… as time allows.

All residents welcome. Meetings are held at the Korean Presbyterian Church, 635 Adrian Way, at Rosal Way, in Santa Venetia.


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