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Description Overview Marin County Public Works has been evaluating potential design improvements for the Panoramic Highway / Sequoia Valley Road / Muir Woods Road intersection, also known as Four Corners. The intersection provides access between Highway 101, Shoreline Highway, Mill Valley, and Tam Valley to Muir Woods, Mount Tamalpais, Stinson Beach, and other West Marin...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Public meeting December 1 to address circulation and safety at busy junction The Marin County Department of Public Works (DPW) has been evaluating potential design improvements for the Panoramic Highway / Sequoia Valley Road / Muir Woods Road intersection, also known as Four Corners. The intersection provides access between...

Description Overview The Sir Francis Drake Boulevard bridge is located in the community of Point Reyes Station, just west of State Route 1, in Marin County and immediately south of the confluence of Olema Creek with Lagunitas Creek. The proposed project will replace the existing bridge over Olema Creek with a new structure which will...

Description Overview The project is to remove sediment that has built-up and clogged a large culvert beneath Sir Francis Drake Boulevard at milepost 25 in Point Reyes Station, adjacent to the Whitehouse Pool parking lot. The project will allow water to flow properly through the culvert. Inspection of this culvert is part of the annual...

Description Overview This project is efficiently addressing two streets that need repair: Pacheco Street and Eureka Street in Marin City. The improvements include full width paving, minor drainage improvements, concrete curb and gutter work, and sidewalks. Funding The estimated $400,000 project is funded by the County's Road & Bridge Fund. Traffic Impacts Construction activities will...

Description Overview The 2023 Road Sealant Project includes crack sealing, slurry sealing, and new traffic striping on approximately 13.5 centerline miles of roadway in unincorporated areas of Marin.  The preservation treatments selected for this project are based on the current condition of the road, utility coordination and efficient road groupings. These types of sealant projects...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Seasonal elevated levels could impact areas with history of localized flooding Seasonal high tides can cause flooding along shoreline communities and low-lying roads in Marin County. Tide-related flooding can happen whether it is raining or not, but flooding can increase significantly if the elevated tides occur during...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Selection of residential roads to receive improvements including accessibility Starting the first week of November, the Marin County Department of Public Works (DPW) will begin repaving and making improvements to a selection of County-maintained roads in the Santa Venetia and California Park neighborhoods of unincorporated Marin County. Work will...

Description Overview The proposed project will replace the existing bridge over San Geronimo Creek with a new structure accommodating one 12-foot-wide lane with 2-foot-wide shoulders and bridge railings, resulting in a bridge width of approximately 20 feet. The bridge location is on Mountain View Road just off Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in the community of...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Despite drought conditions, County prepares for potential rainy season Along with many parts of the country, Marin County continues to endure one of the most extensive droughts on record. Despite the drought conditions, the possibility of an atmospheric river storm remains a reality and poses a flood...

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