Novato Chamber of Commerce 807 de Long Ave, Novato, CA94945 The Novato Chamber of Commerce is an organization of local businesses that aims to enhance the Novato economy through…More various programs, events and activities. The chamber also operates the Novato Visitor Center, where visitors can find a plethora of information about the local community. For more information, check out the Chamber of Commerce's Web Site.
Novato Park Apartments 1725 Novato Blvd, Novato, CA94947 Despite Novato Park Apartments being located on the busy Novato Boulevard, it is a quiet and peaceful place. The…More apartment complex has a pool and is filled with tall trees, providing shade throughout. Novato Park Apartments consists of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and townhouses. For apartment availability or to schedule a walk-through, visit its website, where you can see pictures of the vacant units.
Novato Auto Sales 6979 Redwood Blvd, Novato, CA94945 Novato Auto Sales sells used cars and trucks from their convenient location on Redwood Boulevard. They are located next…More to Novato Car Wash which can be reached at the same phone number and offers a 100 percent hand car wash and full detailing services. Novato Auto Sales has an online inventory updated daily, where you can find detailed photos and information on each available vehicle. They also have experienced staff that can help you obtain financing even with poor or no credit.
Despite the spread of cities, suburbs and housing developments, there are still horse-backed riders roaming the…More countryside. Even so, it's fair to say that the land available for such activities is rapidly dwindling.
Enter the Novato Horsemen. This organization was formed in 1939 for the advocacy and protection of horseback riding land. Over 300 members participate in cattle events, trail rides and social affairs. Membership and events are open for all participants, whether they own horses or not.
Each year, members of Novato Horsemen ride from Novato to the Halleck Creek Riding club in Nicasio as part of a sponsored barbeque where the proceeds to go to all of the club's handicapped members.
Novato Horsemens is based out of the Atherton area of Novato.
The Novato History Museum and Archives was founded in 1976 and is supported by the Novato Historical Guild and the…More city government. It's not a big museum -- basically one good-sized room and other artifacts around the premises -- but the displays are first-rate and capture life the way it was decades earlier. The curator is Samantha Kimpel, who is also in charge of the Hamilton Field History Museum, which opened in 2010.
The house where the museum is located is one of the original homes of Novato, built around 1850. It is at the corner of De Long and Sherman avenues, just across De Long from Novato City Hall. Admission is free and special school and group tours can be arranged outside of normal operating hours.
Frank Howard Allen Realtors 915 Diablo Ave, Novato, CA94947 Frank Howard Allen Realtors has been serving northern California real estate needs since 1910. It can be found across…More the street from the Novato Fair Shopping Center, where Safeway is located. This location serves the city of Novato and northern parts of San Rafael.
A body and wellness establishment, Marin Dermal Aesthetics provides healthy solutions for personal beauty, hair and…More skin care problems. Marin Dermal Aesthetics offers consultation and innovative solutions for a variety of personal wellness concerns, including acne, hair removal and bleaching. Marin Dermal Aesthetics also provides color consultations and beauty products.
Marin Dermal Aesthetics is conveniently located in the heart of Novato, where it is accessible to the large body of foot traffic in the shopping center adjacent to Novato Blvd.
At the Jordan Institute, Kathleen Jordan De Salvo provides theraputic massage hydrotherapy as a certified massage…More therapist. Her facility is located in the Sequoia Professional Center on Novato Blvd., where there is plenty of free parking in their lot. Appointments are required, so call ahead to schedule one, or visit the facility's Web site.
The Presbyterian Church of Novato dates to 1896 and can take credit for Novato's most recognized building, the former…More church at 901 Sherman Avenue that has been Novato City Hall since 1962. A year later, PCN held its first service at Trevitt Hall, the current home of the church on Wilson Avenue, about two miles west of the downtown area. The sanctuary where services are held today was constructed in 1977.
There are more than 400 members of PCN, where the Rev. Kent Webber has presided for 15 years. There are Sunday school programs for kids and teens as well as many outreach and study programs.
The Anton Pointe is a small assisted living community where elderly residents have access to assistance when…More necessary but are simultaneously able to maintain their independence. The staff provides assistance with medications, grooming, dressing and local transportation, and the community offers exercise programs and a variety of other activities. The Anton Pointe accept patients who use wheelchairs, walkers or canes, or who suffer from incontinence or mild confusion.
Located in a quiet residential part of Novato and about half a mile from the Novato Fair Shopping Center, The Anton Pointe is a safe and easily accessible residential community. In case of emergencies, the Novato Community Hospital is a five-minute drive away. For more information or to learn about pricing and availability, please call The Anton Pointe.