Tiburon

Welcome to Tiburon

Tiburon (approx. pop. 9,000) is a small seaside town with expansive views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco skyline. It was formerly the southern terminus of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad, which transported freight for transfer to barges for shipping to cities around San Francisco Bay. Today, Tiburon is a commuter and tourist town (it has a high concentration of antique and specialty shops, restaurants and wine stores), linked by fast ferry services to San Francisco. Main Street has been preserved as it was when Tiburon was a Gold Rush train town and lumberyard. Its scenic “Ark Row” shops are actually housed in turn-of-the-century houseboats that were converted into homes and shops when the lagoon between the Tiburon peninsula and the neighboring island of Belvedere was filled in. Tiburon is bordered by Corte Madera to the north and Mill Valley to the west, but is otherwise mostly surrounded by the Bay.

Quick Facts

Population

9,224

Female

4,928

Male

4,296

  • White
    7,605
    84.9%
  • Hispanic
    410
    4.6%
  • Asian alone
    501
    5.6%
  • Black
    77
    0.9%
Median Home Price

$ 1,000,000

Average Income

$154,779

Median resident age

50.5 years

Tiburon Schools

School Grades School Level State Ranking/# of Schools Student/Teacher Ratio
Bel Aire Elementary 3-5 Elementary 2017: 332/5692 23.1
Del Mar Middle 6-8 Middle 2017: 31/2508 18.1
Reed Elementary K-2 Elementary –: –/– 22.1
St Hilary School K-8 Private –: –/– 12.6
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