Service Area

Our scoopers get around. We serve yards, HOAs and parks throughout Sonoma and Marin Counties.

Not on the list? Call us anyway. If we get enough interest from a new area, we’ll add it to our routes.

Belvedere
Corte Madera
Cotati
Fairfax
Fulton
Greenbrae
Kentfield
Larkfield-Wikiup
Larkspur

Mill Valley
Novato
Pengrove
Petaluma
Rohnert Park
Roseland
Ross
San Anselmo

San Rafael
Santa Rosa
Santa Venetia
Sausalito
Tiburon

Puppy in sonoma - happy pet waste removal customer

Cities in Our Service Area

Sausalito

Located at the Northern end of the Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito got its start as a center for shipbuilding and military efforts on the west coast during WWII. After the war, Sausalito’s image shifted from that of an industrial city, to a more artistic, upper class community. Today, the population of Sausalito is around 7,061 and like most cities in the Bay Area, has a community that is diverse in age, race, and class. Sausalito has a rich history, and has been the location of an Indigenous settlement in the 18th century, a hub for bootlegging during Prohibition, and the site of a major military base during World War II. Today, Sausalito is most known for the historic Richardson Bay houseboat community and its views of San Francisco.

a picture of houses along the hills of Sausalito ca in marin county near the water

Larkspur

Nestled near the heart of Marin County, Larkspur is only 16 miles from San Francisco and 3 miles away from San Rafael, making it the perfect hub for transportation. Larkspur has a ferry terminal for commuters going to and from San Francisco and Marin County. As of 2019, Larkspur also has a Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Train station, and before 1941, the North Pacific Coast Railroad ran through Larkspur as well. Larkspur has a population of around 12,375, and it has been referred to as the “Gem of California.”

Fairfax

Fairfax is located in Marin County and has a population of 7,441 as of 2010. Fairfax, California is actually an incorporated town with a cozy downtown area and a total area of 2.2 square miles. Like other neighboring towns and cities, Fairfax was once a part of Indigenous lands, occupied by the Coast Miwok. Of note, the last political duel took place in Fairfax in 1861, and a B-17 Flying Fortress crashed in the hills just west of Fairfax in 1946.

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