The library system is moving to a new mobile app! The
current library mobile app will not be available after January 3, 2018. You can
still connect to the library online at https://rcpl.bibliocommons.com/
Projected date for the new mobile app is February 1, 2018
We apologize for the inconvenience
All Redwood City Libraries will be closed Wednesday, November 22 (at 5:00 pm), Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 in observance of the
Arcadia Publishing Mill Valley rests in the shadow of Mount Tamalpais, the tallest peak of the Coast Range. Ancient redwood groves cloaking the mountain's flanks and nearby canyons attracted a pioneer sawmill that gave the town its name. As the timber industry was replaced by dairies, Mill Valley became a destination for those drawn to beauty: hikers, campers, naturalists, artists, writers, and dreamers who gave the town its early bohemian atmosphere. Tamalpais Scenic Railway once ran the "crookedest railroad in the world" to the summit, where passengers exulted in the taste of salty ocean winds, rolling fog, and stunning vistas of the inner bay and ocean shores. Pres. Theodore Roosevelt reserved some of the area's majestic trees, now national parkland webbed with 200 miles of scenic trails, and named them Muir Woods for naturalist John Muir.