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Description Overview Storms caused two separate slip outs along Sir Francis Drake Blvd at milepost 20.97 on the eastbound lane, located between Highway 1 and Platform Bridge Road (close to the Bolinas Ridge Trailhead). The County proposes to install two new retaining walls to shore up the roadway shoulder. The County is coordinating with the...

Description Overview Storms caused an embankment failure immediately below the existing retaining wall on Marshall Petaluma Road at milepost 8.24, approximately half a mile south of Walker Creek Ranch. The County proposes to install a rip rap buttress along the slope starting from the bottom of the existing retaining wall to the slope of the...

Description Overview Storms caused a slip out adjacent to the existing retaining wall in front of 7299 Lucas Valley Road. The County proposes to install a new retaining wall along the stretch with a rock buttress to stabilize the site and prevent future erosion. Funding The engineer’s estimate is $720,000 and will be funded through...

Description Overview Due to the age and condition of the roof, the project will entail the complete replacement of the roof, including gutters and downspouts. Funding The estimated $132,000 project is funded under the County General Fund. Public impacts None Timeline February to March 2024 Construction phase

For Immediate Release - Marin County, CA - A single lane of traffic control will be in place at milepost 2.26 for about 2 months   UPDATE: Due to the storm, the closure of one lane of Panoramic Hwy has been postponed. Based on the current weather forecast, it's likely that the project will not...

For Immediate Release - Marin County, CA - Pavement Condition Index score for Marin has increased from 66 to 68 Despite the intense storms of January 2023 that heavily impacted the roadways of Marin, the Pavement Condition Index (PCI) score for County-maintained roads has increased from 66 to 68, as of December 31, 2023. PCI...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Travelers near Mount Tamalpais to be affected by construction zone Travelers between the Mount Tamalpais area and Stinson Beach may be affected by a road construction project starting in late November and lasting into the spring of 2024. The work on Panoramic Highway will address damage from...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Widespread rainfall is expected to arrive on November 14 and stay through the week The low-lying areas of Marin County are being monitored by the County's Department of Public Works, in coordination with other County departments, to ensure the public is aware of potential flooding. Residents and business...

Description Overview The project has 2 components: 1) replacement of specific guardrails across the county that have been identified as no longer meeting current design standards, and 2) retaining wall construction on Panoramic Highway at milepost 2.26. Approximately 4,825 total feet of guardrails are being removed and replaced, and two retaining walls totaling about 300...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - County conducted annual maintenance work ahead of potentially wet winter The intense rainstorms that hit Marin in January 2023 caused significant impacts across the county. The breadth of the damage caused by the storms, also known as atmospheric rivers, spurred the Marin County Board of Supervisors to declare...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Public meeting set to address circulation and safety at heavily used crossroads The Marin County Department of Public Works (DPW) has been evaluating potential design improvements for a heavily used intersection on Mount Tamalpais known as Four Corners. The intersection of Panoramic Highway / Sequoia Valley Road / Muir...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium progressing, campus entry work to begin soon   Construction for the Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium (VMA) parking lot and north campus improvements project will begin in late September. The VMA is one of the centerpieces of the national landmark Marin County Civic Center in San Rafael. Access...

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