TVIC Board of Directors
Curry Eckelhoff, President
Ellen Peterson, Vice President
Olivia Jacobs, Secretary
Kevin Kearney, Director
Roberta Rickets, Treasurer
Tamalpais Valley Improvement Club
The Tamalpais Valley Improvement Club is a nonprofit public benefit
organization, established in 1921. For over ninety years, TVIC has been the voice of
the Tam Valley community, addressing issues such as: emergency preparedness,
land use and flood control, marshland protection, open space, paths, public
transportation, recreation, traffic and development, and Tamalpais Valley
TVIC is the place to air and resolve community issues and disputes before they
turn into big problems. Over ninety years of community activism have preserved a
quality of life here that is rarely found in such close proximity to a major
city. It is no accident that this community retains its semi-rural character,
with beautiful open spaces and naturally preserved Coyote Creek, and many
species of wildlife co-habiting with us -- including endangered species. This
prime real estate could have turned into just another suburb, but it didn't --
thanks to many years of vigilence by TVIC and Tam Valley neighbors.
TVIC meetings are a great place to meet your neighbors and forge a community
network which is so important in times like these. It's also a great place to
share our talents and expertise, and to meet and learn from the vast numbers of
talented, artistic, informed and just plain interesting folks who live in this
Get involved! Be a part of your great community: Please attend TVIC's monthly
Club meeting at 6:00 PM on the first Thursday night of each month. We meet at the TCSD offices,
305 Bell Lane. Community info, developments, updates and more!
Keep your community strong. Call 388-7247 or
click on President at left for more information.
New TVIC Projects:
In addition to the Rhubarb Revue committee, which is
already active, we've formed some new committees, and are soliciting volunteers
from among the TVIC membership.
- to organize TVIC events, within guidelines provided by the Board.
Community Advocacy Committee
- to deal with environmental problems and act as a watchdog for the community.