San Anselmo was originally inhabited by the Coast Miwok people, then was later settled by Europeans who established a sawmill and a railroad in the late 1800s. The town grew as a hub for agriculture and dairy farming, and by the early 20th century, it had become a popular destination for tourists seeking the area’s natural beauty and hot springs. Today, San Anselmo retains much of its small-town charm, with a bustling downtown area filled with unique shops, restaurants, and art galleries.
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San Anselmo Family Forms Turnkey Movement to Raise Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine
The Arizae Foundation has a singular mission: to help the people of Ukraine and meet their immediate needs.
Who Was Archie Williams? The Story Behind the Renaming of a San Anselmo High School
The new namesake for a local school may be someone unfamiliar to many, but his story reveals a man long overdue for recognition.
Good Morning, San Anselmo!: Staysea Colteaux Supports Fellow Small Businesses in Daily Instagram Posts
Over 200 days into Covid-19 and Staysea hasn’t squandered a single one.
A San Anselmo Home Changes with the Times
As the kids grow, so does the scale of the renovations at this San Anselmo house.
Trading in L.A. for a San Anselmo Bungalow
A former music publicist finds a San Anselmo home that is music to her ears.
A San Anselmo Cottage
When a third child came along, it was time to trade in the city for the rope swing.