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For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Flood Control District consultant to provide revised design plan and cost estimate at Board session on March 7 At its March 7 public session, the Marin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors will receive an update[PDF] on the proposed Santa Venetia Floodwall Project. The goal of the...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Part of a new Bay Area radar system, led by Sonoma, to be installed on Mount Barnabe in West Marin Extreme weather systems, such as atmospheric rivers, have hit California with increasing frequency in recent years. The average damage from floods caused by atmospheric rivers in California...

For Immediate Release - San Rafael, CA - Storm damage to roadway requires extended closure awaiting repair project Recent storm damage has resulted in the closure of the eastbound lane of Bolinas Road at milepost 1.34, approximately a quarter mile from Sky Oaks Road in West Marin. The lane closure is due to a roadway...

Description Overview A culvert assessment was conducted to assess potential structural deficiencies of approximately 150 culverts along 14-miles of roadways in unincorporated areas of West Marin. The culvert assessment report identified 32 road culverts requiring improvement due to dilapidated conditions that could lead to issue relating to flooding risk, public safety, and environmental regulations.  In...

Description Overview The project will remove the overhead utility wires (Electrical, Cable and Telephone) and utility poles along the stretch of Redwood Highway Frontage Road and install them in an underground trench.  This project is part of the California Public Utilities Commission’s Rule 20A Program, which allocates ratepayer-funded work credits to local communities to fund...

Description Overview Lomita Drive Road Rehabilitation is a sidewalk gap closure project that will construct sections of new sidewalk along the north side of Lomita Drive to provide a continuous path of travel for pedestrians. This multi-use road from Edna Maguire Elementary School to Horse Hill/Corte Madera bike path will also receive pavement resurfacing and...

This is a completed project. You are in the Archived Projects section of the website. Active projects can be found on the Projects webpage. Description Overview This rehabilitation projects includes pavement resurfacing on approximately 6 "lane miles" of roadway, asphalt dig-outs to repair areas of isolated base failure, pavement grinding, minor storm drainage improvements, installation of...

This is a completed project. You are in the Archived Projects section of the website. Active projects can be found on the Projects webpage. Description Overview One of the most important aspects of managing the County’s unincorporated road network condition is continual investment towards pavement preservation treatments.  These types of sealant projects represent relatively low-cost improvements...

Description Overview The Lagoon Park pathway is one of the most well-used and loved amenities at the Civic Center campus. Closing the gap between the bridge and Children’s Island with an accessible pathway will realize the vision of the current campus/VMA Master Plan. Goals are to provide for a fully accessible and durable pathway between...

Description Overview The project will renovate the existing ramp to meet current accessibility compliance standards. Additional landscaping will also be conducted. Funding Estimated cost of $300,000 and funded by Health & Human Services. Public impacts Existing pedestrian path will be closed during construction. Detour will be provided. Timeline TBA 2024 Design and construction

This is a completed project. You are in the Archived Projects section of the website. Active projects can be found on the Projects webpage. Description Overview This project will help to modernize the existing space plan for Health & Human Services facility and will create a more spacious and program-friendly lobby and interview rooms. Funding Estimated...

Description Overview The Marin County Jail needs ventilation upgrades to meet current code. This project provides design to ensure sufficient air exchange. Funding The $575,000 project is funded under the Capital Improvement Program. Public impacts None Timeline Winter 2022/23 Design phase Summer/Fall 2024 Anticipated start of construction phase

Description Overview Marin County Civic Center air handling units, and supporting HVAC components, are reaching the end of useful life; 96% of AC units are original to the building. The HVAC System Assessment will determine an overall refurbishment/replacement plan taking into account all equipment as an integrated system. The assessment will consider overall cost, energy...

To report illegal dumping of trash on the side of the road, please contact us via this form and provide as much location detail as possible. Please be aware that depending on what agency has jurisdiction over trash collection at the location, or if the trash materials require special equipment, the response time may vary.

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