Larkspur is located north of Mill Valley and borders Corte Madera, Greenbrae, and Kentfield. Larkspur's Police Department is shared with that of the neighboring Corte Madera and town of San Anselmo as the Central Marin Police Authority. Intersecting Larkspur's quaint downtown is Madrone Canyon, a residential area amidst a redwood grove. Larkspur is the location for one of Golden Gate Transit's Larkspur Landing, the main ferry terminal for its commuter passenger ferry service between Marin County and the San Francisco Ferry Building and job centers in the Financial District. Larkspur is home to Neil Cummins Elementary School , Hall Middle School, and Redwood High School which serves Corte Madera and Larkspur. Also, home to what may be the greatest little league baseball field in the country, “Joe Wagner Field”, right out of a Norman Rockwell Painting! Duly noted is the final scenes of Clint Eastwood's 1971 movie Dirty Harry were filmed in Larkspur at the old Hutchison Gravel Quarry (now Larkspur Landing). “Make my day!”
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