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Hangar 4 Partners
6 Hamilton Lndg, Novato, CA 94949
Hangar 4 Partners is an investment management firm that specializes in growth investments for individual and smallMore commercial operations.
Cafe Joel
Hangar 6, Suite 100, Hamilton Landing, Novato, CA 94949
Located in Novato's newly refurbished Hamilton Field Novato Hangars, Cafe Joel offers a wide variety of contemporaryMore dishes, including sandwiches, soups, salads, wraps and its signature "Hangarburgers." Cafe Joel is available for private parties on the weekends and additionally offers catering options.
U S Coast Guard Pacific Strike Team
350 Hangar Ave, Novato, CA 94949
The Pacific Strike Team answers the call to marine disasters all over the United States such as the Gulf oil spill. TheyMore are known best for rapidly deploying with specialized equipment and incident management skills any time to any place or hazard. Many in the highly trained crew, based the southernmost hangar at the former Hamilton Air Force base, live with their families in the Spanish-style military housing enclave at the southern end of Hamilton. The team is connected closely to personnel at Coast Guard Island in Alameda and two other strike teams in the U.S.
Hamilton Self Storage
410 S Palm Dr, Novato, CA 94949
Hamilton Self Storage offers a variety of indoor, secure storage options. It is important to note that you must be aMore resident of Villas of Hamilton in order to open a storage unit here. This storage facility is located next to the Villas, near the hangars.
Birkenstock USA
6 Hamilton Lndg Ste 250, Novato, CA 94949
The German-owned shoe company, known for a simple design that dates to 1774, has had its American headquarters in NovatoMore for many years. Margot Fraser began importing the shoes in 1966 and was at the helm when the shoes' popularity boomed in the 1970s and '80s. The company was based in San Rafael and then moved to a uniquely designed warehouse on North Redwood Boulevard in Novato before settling at the hangars at Hamilton Landing. In summer 2012, the company announced that it would move back to the warehouse on North Redwood Boulevard. 
South Novato Library
6 Hamilton Lndg, Novato, CA 94949
The South Novato Library moved to Hamilton's Hangar 6 in June 2004. It is part of the Marin County Free Library system.More The library offers public access computers, free wireless connections, special programming for kids, teens and seniors and study space for students of all ages. The Library Beyond Walls program brings materials to home-bound patrons and the literacy program serves both families and individuals.
Reservoir Hill Vista Trail
1000 Hamilton Pkwy, Novato, CA 94949
A few yards from the center of Hamilton, the Reservoir Hill Vista Trail is a city-maintained trail that leads from aMore small parking lot on Hamilton Parkway to a lookout post with views to the east, south and north. The trail is only about a mile long, but it's fairly steep at the start. At the halfway point, there's a fanastic view of Hamilton Landing (the hangars) and San Francisco Bay with the city and Mount Diablo in the distance. At the turnaround spot, there are plaques with information about Hamilton Field's history and the wetland restoration effort and views of San Pablo Bay and the Sonoma County hills. There are a few benches that are perfect for a breather or some secluded reading.
Hamilton Field History Museum
555 Hangar Ave, Novato, CA 94949

The newest museum in Novato, the Hamilton Field History Museum, opened in May 2010 and drew many airmen who onceMore served at the former air base. The grand opening took place on the 75th anniversary of the dedication of Hamilton Field. The base was operational from 1935 to 1974, first as an Army Air Corps field and later as a station for the U.S. Air Force. Hamilton is named after a World War I flier from Marin who was killed in action in France.

The museum, a rebuilt firehouse erected in 1934, was renovated by a crew of volunteers and was years in the making. It is a joint venture between the city and the Novato Historical Guild. Inside are hundreds of artifacts from the base's heyday, including photos, uniforms, pins, medals and a cockpit simulator. There is a library and research center full of books, posters and videos. Volunteers, curators and docents actively seek additional items from the public to place on display.