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Housing and Education Housing costs in Belvedere are among the most expensive in the county. The price for exclusivity is life in a small, low-growth community of large single family homes. Zoning restrictions are fairly standard, as are tax rates. Children in Belvedere attend schools in the Reed School District, which also serves neighboring Tiburon. After elementary school they go to Redwood High School, in the Tamalpais Union High School District.
Transportation Many work at home or take the ferry to work in San Francisco, and those who drive can face lengthy backups along Tiburon Boulevard during the morning rush hour.
Demographics Belvedere has a small population. Almost three quarters of residents are over 35. The populace is homogeneous, married, and university trained. The majority of employed adults in town are in a managerial, professional, or administrative positions.
Parks and Recreation Belvedere shares recreation and youth programs with Tiburon, and is home to the San Francisco Yacht Club.
Weather Like neighboring Tiburon, Belvedere sees a lot of fog rolling in from the bay. It?s cooler since it?s on the water, with average temperatures ranging from 40 to 74.
Important Phone Numbers
- City Manager/Public Works: 435-3838
- Police Department: 435-2611
- Fire Department: 435-7200
- Library: 789-2665
- Recreation: 435-4355