Peacock gap HOA
San Rafael, California
A replay of the 2022 Annual Meeting is Available at:
Peacock Gap C.A.R.E.S
Have you joined a Pod? Check out Peacock Gap C.A.R.E.S., an invitation to work together for our community benefit: Community Alert and Responsible for Everyone’s Safety. If you are willing to help others in an emergency or may need help evacuating, learn more at
City of San Rafael - Our Councilperson
Peacock Gap is represented on the City Council by PGHOA member Maribeth Bushey.
At the December 2022 PGHOA Annual Meeting, she reminded us that the best way to contact the City about any City related issue is to go to the City of San Rafael Contact web page at:
You can also contact Maribeth directly at her City email address:
And the best way to keep abreast of what's happening in San Rafael is to check out the City of San Rafael Newsletter at:
What's going on over there?
We had two burglaries on San Marino Drive in August/September 2021. We want to make you aware of the conditions so you can take action to keep you, your family and property safe. We believe that if we all keep our eyes and ears open and take action if something seems off, we will prevent more thefts from happening right in front of us.
Learn more about recent thefts and how to keep your family and home safe in our neighborhood.
Let's Keep in touch!
No matter if you’re new to the neighborhood or have been here for years, we are expanding our online communications and would love to include you!
Simply give us your contact information to stay up to date on the latest HOA news.
Let's Help each other in an emergency!
Would you be willing to help a neighbor in need? Or might you need assistance if we had a sudden call to evacuate from our homes?
Let us know how to engage you during an emergency here.
Learn more about our C.A.R.E.S. Community Disaster Preparedness.
Marin Fire Safety Resource Links
Visit these resources to register for alerts or learn more about staying safe in Marin.
WildFire Safety tips
As we enter into another dry summer with high fire risk, take 4 minutes to watch this video with tips from the San Rafael Fire Department, specific for our community in Peacock Gap.
"Peacock Gap C.A.R.E.S." - November 2022 HOA NEWSLETTER
Inside this issue of "The Peacock"
Annual Membership Meeting
Home Safety Tips
Fires Safety Updates
ANNUAL HOA Meeting
The 2022 Meeting was held on December 10th, 2022.
To see a replay of the meeting go to: https://youtu.be/tvjHgy9DS_4
ABOUT OUR ASSOCIATION
Please find information regarding the current board, board meeting minutes, HOA assessments and information within the governing documents at Our Association
Monthly Board Meetings are held on the 1st Wednesday of every month. Please contact email@example.com, or use our Contact Us form if you have any questions.
Questions about Architectural Review? View our guidelines.
This is a new section on our website that highlights current issues for our Homeowners Association! Currently, the Board is focusing on these issues:
Upgrade to the Medians
San Rafael Sidewalk Repair Program (June 2020 Update)
EXPLORE OUR NEIGHBORHOOD
Situated on the San Pablo Bay and surrounded by open space, Peacock Gap is a great community to live in! Take a tour of our neighborhood below!
Want a little history of Peacock Gap? View History
Peacock Gap bayside is a wonderful place to stroll, bike, walk dogs, kayak, windsurf, paddle board or just sit and watch the sun set.
In the center of Peacock Gap is the Lagoon. Bordered on 3 sides by homes and the northern side by Peacock Gap Golf golf course. Read a little more about the history of the Lagoon.
Peacock Gap Park
This delightful playground is tucked at the end of Peacock Drive. Fenced toddler area, public tennis courts, par course around the perimeter. Something for everyone.
Glenwood Elementary School
ANDY'S LOCAL MARKET
Andy's Market is Peacock Gap's Local Market and has been a big supporter of the community.
PEACOCK GAP GOLF CLUB & THE CAFE
18 hole course, driving range and local eatery "The Range Cafe."
CHINA CAMP STATE PARK
China Camp is the historical Chinese fishing village on San Pablo Bay and also the name of the large state park that surrounds the museum. Hiking, mountain biking, campgrounds and scenic views are some of the features of this park.