Speeding is a concern for most areas in Marin. Traffic calming can be achieved with focused enforcement. To learn more on this topic and various related details, please see the “Effective Speed Zoning” informational packet.
FAQ Topic: Reporting
Please contact the law enforcement agency for your jurisdiction. Visit the Marin County Sheriff’s resource page for details and related links.
The FAA does not have the authority to regulate the operations of military aircraft. If you live near a military installation, you should try contacting their noise office or community relations department for more information on their operations in your community.
Helicopters generally fly under visual flight rules (VFR), where they are not under the control of Air Traffic Control (ATC) resulting in ATC not controlling where the helicopter flies. While some metropolitan areas have defined helicopter routes, many are voluntary and helicopter pilots can deviate from those routes. You should contact the helicopter operator directly … Continued
Airport noise issues and concerns near the Gnoss Field Airport can be directed to the County’s Airport Manager: Dan Jensen at (415) 897-1754 or via email. Important note: If you believe the airplanes were flying unsafely, then this is an issue for your local FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO): FAA Oakland Office, 1420 Harbor … Continued
Please call Monday through Friday at 415-446-4422. You can also report this issue by filling out our online form.
To Report a Blocked Roadway or hazard (such as potholes): West Marin 415-446-4421 Urban East Marin 415-473-7388 Monday through Friday, 6:00AM – 5:00PM. Outside of those hours, please call 415-473-7513. You can also report online.
Visit our webpage to learn how to report an issue with a street light in unincorporated Marin county.
If the road is County maintained and the tree is in the right-of-way, we can ask our Roads Division to make arrangements to take down the tree. If the tree is on private property, however, it is the property owner’s responsibility to manage vegetation growing on their property. Visit our wepage to report a down … Continued
The Road Maintenance Division only removes graffiti that is racist or profane. Graffiti fitting that description can be reported to 415-446-4422, or by filling out our online form.