You are currently searching the Marin County Public Works site, please visit the main site to search all content.

Filters

Results

Description Overview The roadway in front the driveway for 643 Edgewood Ave has experienced settlement and roadway creep over the years. The County proposes to install approximately 54 linear feet cast-in-drilled-hole and anchored pile cap retaining wall to shore up the roadway. Funding The estimate for this project is $600,000 and it will be funded...

Description Overview This project will replace aging HVAC equipment to reduce future/ongoing maintenance costs, improve system reliability, and increase efficiency.  In addition to equipment replacement, the project will replace associated piping, ductwork and thermostats. Funding The estimated budget for this project is $310,000, funded by the County’s General Fund. Public impacts There will be no...

Description Overview This project will install electronic message signs at various fire station locations across Marin County.  The message signs will provide real-time information to the community in the event of an emergency, inform drivers of local traffic conditions, and provide other valuable information of general interest to the public.  The first phase of the...

Description Overview Installing safety barriers and other measures to the upper tiers of the recreational areas of A-pod, B-pod, C-pod, F-Pod and restrictive housing (R-H). Funding The $1.6 million project is funded by the FY 2023-24 Capital Improvement Program. Public impacts None Timeline September 2023 Construction expected to begin September 2024 Expected completion of project

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Two projects to improve 5.2% of County roads network take place this summer With summer on the horizon bringing the warm weather required for pavement work, the Marin County Department of Public Works (DPW) will soon begin its 2023 pavement preservation season. The preventative maintenance projects will...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Project to improve 10% of County roads starts up after hiatus for rainy season During the week of June 5, the Marin County Department of Public Works (DPW) will resume a road sealant project that began in summer 2022. The preventative maintenance project was on hold during the winter...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - An educational showcase in celebration of National Public Works Week  On May 24, over 100 high school and community college students attended a Public Works Fair hosted by the Marin County Department of Public Works (DPW) as part of the 63rd annual National Public Works Week celebration.  ...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Revised lighting project will bring decorative poles to medians soon Work will begin in mid-April to revise street lighting on the median islands along one mile of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, between Manor Road in Kentfield and Eliseo Drive in Greenbrae. Overseen by the Marin County Department of...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - 56.8 miles of County roads being worked on during the 2022-2023 paving seasons The 422 miles of roads maintained by the County of Marin are crucial infrastructure that people rely on daily to conduct their business, connect with surrounding communities, visit popular attractions, explore Marin’s beauty, and...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Engagement is crucial element in identifying flood risk reduction solutions This spring, the Marin City community is invited to share its own ideas and first-hand experiences with flood control specialists tasked with reducing flood risk and related inconveniences for the area. During storm season and high tides,...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Annual increases differ depending on franchise area of Marin County Residents in much of West Marin, parts of Central Marin, and areas of Ross Valley may soon see increases in their monthly waste hauler fees. At the March 21 public hearing, the Marin County Board of Supervisors...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - State funding to reduce flooding severity on Donahue Street Marin City residents and visitors, chronically hampered by roadway flooding during severe storms and high tides, could find some transportation relief by next winter if a proposed portable pump station is approved on March 21. The planned project...

Close window