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Located in the San Francisco Bay Area ten miles from San Rafael and thirty miles from San Francisco the area was originally home to a number of Miwok villages. Named after a Miwok chief named Novatus after his baptism and the Novato River nearby. Novato grew after World War II due to the construction of a freeway. The area's barbershop is also a sponsor of a beard-growing contest. Many biotech firms as well as the Buck Institute bolster the Economy for Age Research

Population: 52737
Local Newspapers: The Marin Independent Journal Novato Advance
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants (MLB) 49ers (NFL)
Local Colleges: College of Marin Indian Valley Campus

Zip Codes associated with novato, california: 94945 94947 94947 94949
Towns/Cities near novato, california : Black Point Green Point Lucas Valley Marinwood Hamilton Dewitt

Novato News
Editorial: Clear process needed to determine conflicts

Novato Councilman Eric Lucan has raised a valid point about the length of time it takes the state Fair Political Practices Commission to rule on a complaint. The FPPC, the state's political watchdog agency, recently investigated complaints lodged by two Novato residents that because Lucan owns residential property so close to the under-construction downtown Novato train stop he should recuse himself from the City Council's hearings, debates and votes on approving the stop.

Bread & Roses volunteer sees music as medicine

But, after several family members died in 2014, she quit her office job in search of a more meaningful life, and found her purpose through performing. As a volunteer musician for Corte Madera-based nonprofit Bread & Roses, she plays Indian classical music on the tanpura and sarode - an instrument she's played for 33 years - and performs Sanskrit hymns to people in institutions across the Bay Area.

Marin unemployment rate 2.3 percent in December

Marin County's unemployment rate was 2.3 percent in December, making Marin the county with the second-lowest rate in the state, according to the state Employment Development Department. Marin's jobless rate was up from a revised 2.2 percent in November, and below the year-ago estimate of 2.9 percent.

Hamilton Field tree to be honored, 85 years after planting

Howard B. and Mary Nurse in front of the Aloha Tower after the construction of Hamilton Air Field and during the construction of Hickam Field. On Jan. 31, "Mary's Tree" in Hamilton Field will get its official dedication - 85 years after it was planted.

Novatoa s Buck Institute sees brighter future after turmoil

Banners hang in the atrium with the new logo rebranding as children on a school field trip visit the Buck Institute for Research on Aging in Novato. After a period of turmoil culminating with a leadership change at the end of 2016, the Buck Institute for Research on Aging appears to have righted itself and is hoping to ride a new wave of interest in the science of aging.

Novato councilman asks FPPC to review conflict-of-interest rules

Novato Councilman Eric Lucan took his case to the state Fair Political Practices Commission this week seeking clearer rules governing what constitutes a conflict of interest after two complaints lodged against him sidelined him from participating in council votes on the downtown for nearly two years. At its Thursday meeting in Sacramento, the commission discussed Lucan's concern over the amount of time it took before complaints against him were closed after no violations were found.

Novato Woman Killed By Vehicle Tuesday Identified

The Marin County coroner's office has identified a Novato woman who died when she was struck by a vehicle Tuesday as 56-year-old Casandra Mullins-Lemon. Mullins-Lemon was struck by a vehicle traveling east in the 1900 block of Novato Boulevard between Simmons Lane and McClay Road around 1:20 p.m. Tuesday, according to Novato police.

Sr. Software Engineer (Animation) - Toys for Bob - Novato, CA: Activision

Toys for Bob is looking for a dynamic Sr. Software Engineer to join our team in creating the next generation in our history of award-winning, best-selling games. Toys for Bob is a band of inventors, makers, and magicians who have been developing whimsical AAA console games for over 25 years.

Volunteer of the week: Experience Corps Marina s Laurie Saxton

Agency: Experience Corps Marin volunteers work with struggling readers in kindergarten through third-grade classrooms in Novato and San Rafael. Volunteers are older than 50. Experience Corps provides training and on-site support.

Marin Voice: Remembering Frankie by bringing safety and joy to others

Twenty-four years ago, I wrote my first "Remember Frankie" letter. It is this mother's annual remembrance for my youngest son Frankie Poulos, who was killed in a crossover collision on Highway 37 on Jan. 11, 1993.

Redford clean energy documentary opens Novato Green Film Series

As part of his new documentary, filmmaker James Redford attended the 2014 People's Climate March in New York City.

Novato pedestrian fatally struck by car

The incident occurred at about 1:20 p.m. about halfway between Simmons Lane and McClay Road. Police said the driver was heading east and stopped after hitting the pedestrian.

Marin elder theft spree: a 13 Reasons Whya player denies guilt

A Vallejo man charged with looting Marin County elders was arraigned on nine felony counts Tuesday, even as more potential charges were in the pipeline. Bryan Box, a former home health-care aide for agencies in Sausalito and Novato, pleaded not guilty during his first court appearance in the case.

Novato makes tentative chief job offer to fire marshal

Novato fire officials have extended a tentative job offer to Battalion Chief Bill Tyler to serve as the city's next fire chief. The offer, which is conditional pending contract negotiations this week with the Novato Fire District Board of Directors, is scheduled to be voted on at a special board meeting at 6 p.m. Jan. 22 at Novato Fire Station 61, 7025 Redwood Blvd. "Nothing is official until the board completes negotiations and then votes to approve the contract and appointment on the 22nd," said outgoing Fire Chief Mark Heine in an email Monday.

San Rafael driver accused of motorhome assault

A motorhome driver who allegedly tried to ram a security guard in downtown San Rafael was arrested early Monday in Novato. The incident occurred Sunday night at 16 Ritter St., the site of the Ritter Center nonprofit serving the homeless.

Novato board to vote on high school athletic turf upgrades

Novato school officials are scheduled Tuesday to consider contracts for major upgrades at both Novato and San Marin high schools' athletic fields. The Novato Unified School District Board of Trustees discussions - and possible actions - will take place starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Novato Education Center, 1015 Seventh St. On tap concerning Novato High School is a presentation on five proposed options ranging in cost from $2.7 million to $8.3 million for a second synthetic turf multi-use athletic field.

Journey drummer Steve Smith keeps things in balance with own jazz band

For Steve Smith, named one of the top 25 drummers of all time by Modern Drummer magazine, life is about balance. Musically, the 63-year-old virtuoso is a longtime member of Journey, one of the biggest, most bombastic and best-selling rock bands of all time.

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