Moving Mountain Logistics, Inc. 901 Susan Way, Novato, CA94947 Moving Mountain Logistics is a green moving company for the Marin and Greater Bay Area. It maintains a green business…More philosophy by re-using packing boxes and materials and by donating unwanted furniture to charities. It was recently awarded the Marin Green Business Certificate of Compliance. It offers free estimates for residential and commercial customers.
J. Mann & Co 85 Galli Dr, Novato, CA94949 For more than 20 years, J. Mann & Co have championed ECO-Thrift Stores, eclectic thrift shops promoting…More sustainability through recycling. These high-volume thrift stores throughout California are recycling in all the right ways. Networking with a number of highly-praised charities, J. Mann & Co promotes sustainability while simultaneously providing customers with an excellent shopping experience. To shop with a purpose, look to ECO-Thrift Stores, ranging from Citrus Heights to Pomona.
The old Novato Community Hospital on Hill Road was replaced in 2001 by a state-of-art, $40 million facility on 10…More acres at the northern end of Rowland Way. Sutter Health, which took over the old hospital in 1985, made a commitment to the community to construct a modern facility and broke ground shortly after the Novato City Council approved plans in 1998.</p>
<p>The new 47-bed hospital, still operated by Sutter Health, offers services for medical emergencies and surgeries, diagnostic imaging and outpatient care. The staff works closely with nearby Marin General Hospital in Greenbrae because the Novato facility is not a trauma care or birthing center. Novato Community Hospital has about 50 physicians, 365 employees and more than 16,000 emergency department visits annually. It is a nonprofit hospital that donates several million dollars each year to charities such as the Novato Health Partnership. The 2010 Chairman of the Board is Robert M. Tomasello.</p>
Novato Youth Center 680 Wilson Ave, Novato, CA94947 Since 1976, the Novato Youth Center has offered numerous programs to young people and their parents. These programs…More focus on promoting success in a variety of avenues, including academic achievement, social interactions and community activism. Such after-school programs provide an entertaining and rewarding alternative to many other options available to school children, as well as helping to give them a competitive edge through programs delivering specialized school readiness. A nonprofit charity, the Novato Youth Center strives to meet the needs of the community through sliding scales and lower fees for various classes and activities. Licensed by the California Department of Education.