FAQ Topic: Environmental and waste
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.
Learn more about the public charging stations located at County facilities all across Marin.
The Capital Projects Division is responsible for capital improvements and major maintenance of all County buildings and infrastructure, including the San Quentin Village Sewer Maintenance District.
Visit the Climate Action Plan page to learn what the County of Marin is doing to address climate change.
Marin County has two drop off facilities, one in Marin and one in Novato. Information detailing what constitutes hazardous waste may be found by visiting one of the following websites: Marin Household Hazardous Waste Novato Household Hazardous Waste
Learn about how residents and the county of Marin are eliminating waste. Visit Zero Waste Marin to learn more.
To learn if Marin is at risk for sea level rise, visit our Marin Bay Waterfront Adaptation and Vulnerability Evaluation (BayWAVE) webpage.
Learn how Marin County is combating sea level rise by visiting our Marin sea level rise webpage.
A list of garbage haulers by region can be found on the Zero Waste Marin website.