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.
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In many areas of Marin, culvert pipes are predominantly located within private property and are the private property owner’s responsibility to maintain. However, costs to properly repair deteriorating culverts may be prohibitive and therefore, simply not done, which can heighten risks of damage to public infrastructure. Please see the Drainage Assistance Program to find out … Continued
For flooding resources, please visit Floodsmart.gov.
Visit the FEMA flood map service center to find your official flood map, access a range of other flood hazard products, and take advantage of tools for better understanding flood risk.
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.
Visit our stormwater pollution prevention page to learn about stormwater best management practices for construction projects.
It is a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) composed of the city and town managers of Belvedere, Corte Madera, Fairfax, Larkspur, Mill Valley, Novato, Ross, San Anselmo, San Rafael, Sausalito and Tiburon and the County of Marin. Visit Zero Waste Marin to learn more.