Fairfax-Bolinas Road in West Marin at milepost 5.73 (approximately 2 miles west of Azalea Hill) is single-lane access with two-way traffic controlled through one lane. This condition is at the construction zone only and will remain in place until project is completed. See project webpage for more details. Thank you for your patience while this project progresses.

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Description Overview Most HVAC equipment in the Marin County Civic Center is from the original construction of each of the two buildings – 1962 for the Administration Wing and 1970 for the Hall of Justice. This multi-phase, multi-year project will provide upgrades to all HVAC equipment and related systems within the Civic Center. The first...

Description Overview Marin County Jail's inmate furniture needs to be brought up to date in terms of safety. The scope of work for this phase is to find feasible options for replacement furniture, but does not include implementation of the upgrades. Funding The cost of the study stage is estimated at $50,000 and is funded...

Description Overview The project scope is based on urgently needed and high priority campus lighting improvements required to modernize failing systems as they approach the end of their serviceable life. Work consists of all mechanical, structural, and electrical engineering design services necessary to create and deliver plans and specifications. Funding Design funding estimate is $550,000...

Description Overview The project entails the demolition and renovation of the existing ground floor interview rooms and mailroom area, which takes up most of the ground floor office area. Work will include fire sprinkler and accessibility needs, the installation of new mechanical units, and new electrical lighting. Funding Cost estimate is $550,000 and is funded...

Description Overview The purpose of this project is to address the maintenance needs of the Marin County Civic Center's liquid-applied waterproofing roof membrane. The Civic Center, encompassing the Hall of Justice, Civic Center Library, and Administration Offices, began a roof membrane replacement project in 2016, with the application process being completed for the Administrative Wing...

Description Overview Winter storms of 2022-2023 led to the separation of a culvert outfall pipe through an existing retaining wall on Ridgecrest Road in unincorporated Kentfield. Temporary emergency protect measures were put in place to prevent further damage to the existing wall. Permanent repairs will include the installation of a new outfall pipe, concrete wall...

Description Overview An investigative assessment report was conducted in September 2023 to evaluate the Veterans Memorial Auditorium (VMA) building's structure and systems. The report concluded that the building’s perimeter foundation is structurally sound, and that the elements supporting the domed roof are performing as designed. However, the subgrade below the building has settled significantly. The...

Description Overview The County’s unincorporated road network pavement condition has improved notably in the last decade due to concerted efforts to invest in preserving this infrastructure. The work to be conducted on Redwood Drive from Park Street to Carson Avenue, and Central Avenue from Carson Road to Railroad Avenue. The work will generally consists of...

Description Overview The 2023 storms and heavy rain caused extensive damage to the roadway, resulting in a 60-foot-long closure between 170-190 Redwood Drive in Woodacre. The affected slide area extends 50 feet downslope. To restore the road to its pre-disaster function, a new retaining structure must be constructed which will have a concrete retaining wall...

Description Overview The County’s unincorporated road network pavement condition has improved notably in the last decade due to concerted efforts to invest in preserving this infrastructure. The work to be conducted on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard from Chicken Ranch Beach to Pierce Point Road will generally consist of full width overlay and conform grinding, replacing...

Description Overview The County’s unincorporated road network pavement condition has improved notably in the last decade due to concerted efforts to invest in preserving this infrastructure. The 2024 Central Region Road Rehabilitation Project will be performed in the Los Ranchitos neighborhood of unincorporated San Rafael and will include the following roads: Red Rock Way Baytree...

Description Overview The March 2023 storms triggered multiple landslides and roadway damage along Bolinas Road. The damaged locations have been receiving repairs in order of urgency. The road is the sole route for hundreds of homes and provides critical access for wildland firefighting. The road is also the only way to reach water treatment facilities...

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