Marin County Public Works oversees the roads in unincorporated areas of the county, except for state highways and private roads. Sometimes it is necessary to restrict access to a road, such as shutting down a lane or fully closing a road. This can be caused by an emergency, like flooding, a fallen tree or a red flag (wildfire) warning, or because of construction related to a project. Road closures and lane restrictions are for your own safety. Please follow any and all traffic control measures that are in place.
The following map shows locations, notated by red pin drops, on County-maintained roads that currently have some form of road restriction. Please click on a red pin drop to get details on the location.
County-maintained road closures and lane restrictions
Note: This table does not list the closures/restrictions related to projects. For project specifics, see our current project list.
|Bolinas Road||Eastbound lane of Bolinas Road (Fairfax-Bolinas Road) closed at 0.25 miles east of intersection with Sky Oaks Road. The eastbound lane is closed due to a landslide that occurred during January 9th, 2023, storm system. The landslide is located at milepost 1.34 on Bolinas Road. Traffic control is in place using temporarily installed traffic signals that allow for alternating two-way traffic through the normally westbound lane.||This lane closure and traffic control measure will be in place until the damaged roadway can be repaired. Public Works will provide additional information once the repair project details have been determined.|
|Bolinas Road||Road closure at 650 Bolinas Road to accommodate construction activities for Bolinas Road milepost 1.34 retaining wall project. The road will be fully closed at this location, please use alternative routes. Emergency services vehicles will be provided access.||One day of closure on September 27, 2023, from 8:30am to 3:30pm.|