Nicasio is a contiguous area of unincorporated land in west Marin
County, California. The Nicasio region
encompasses approximately 25,000 acres and has no legally defined
political boundaries. Geographically it is a hydrologic zone containing
the four main drainages of Nicasio Creek up to the ridgelines defining
their basin. This includes: the south fork of Nicasio Creek extending from Moon Hill,
along the ridge separating Nicasio from San Geronimo and Samuel P. Taylor Parks, and
extending northwest towards the northern end of Platform Bridge Road; the
east fork of Nicasio Creek extending from Loma Alta and the ridge on the north side
of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard,
extending up through Big Rock and up towards Big-Rock Ridge; the Halleck
Creek drainage, up to the ridges separating Nicasio from Lucas
Valley and Novato; the northern drainages extending
along the ridgelines of Rocky Ridge, Hicks Mountain and Black
Within the Nicasio area are about 250 homes located on approximately
350 parcels. Much of the land is still used for agricultural purposes
including beef and dairy cattle grazing, small-scale truck farming
(including organic farming), and the raising of forage. Several small
vineyards have also been recently established. The most significant
non-agricultural business within Nicasio is George Lucas’
Skywalker Ranch, a part of Lucasfilm
Ltd., where computer generated visual effects are developed. Population estimates
for the area range from about 600 to about 900 people.
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