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FAQ Topic: Agency services
The Fleet division and the Telecommunications division handle various mechanical needs, customization and technology installation for other agencies.
No. The law does not require a wet signature at the Consolidated Emergency Response Contingency Plan in CERS. Writing the name of the responsible person is enough. Please visit our CUPA page for more information on CERS.
CUPA inspection is an unannounced inspection. Because of the regulatory nature of CUPA inspections and the uncertain time frames involved, the facilities should expect unannounced inspections. Please visit our CUPA page for more information.
Visit our land survey page for more information on survey corner records.
Visit our land survey page for more information on lot line placement.
MERA is a separate agency: Marin Emergency Radio Authority. For information, please visit the MERA website.
The Printing Services team provides a wide array of printing services for all county departments, Marin county municipalities and nonprofit organizations. Printing services are not available for the general public. Learn more by visiting our Printing Services page.
The County of Marin sells surplus vehicles through www.publicsurplus.com. Vehicles are listed as they become available.
To become a vendor, please complete and submit the Procurement Vendor Bid List Application. If you need to register as a vendor because you have awarded a contract or need to update your current profile; visit the Vendor Self Service (VSS) page or contact Department of Finance, Accounts Payable-Vendors.