Please note:  City Hall and most departments/facilities will be closed from December 23rd through January 2nd. We will resume all services on Tuesday, January 3, 2023.

Author: kate.anderson@cityofsanrafael.org

Extensive Roadside Vegetation Clearance to begin January 24th

Starting January 24th, the City’s contractor, Forster & Kroeger Landscape Management Inc., will be performing extensive roadside clearance in the neighborhoods of Mont Marin, Rafael Meadows, Santa Venetia, Bayside Acres, Country Club, Dominican, Montecito, Bret Harte, California Park, Gerstle Park, and Picnic Valley. The vegetation work will include work alongside and overhead of the roadway … Continued

Defensible Space Fuel Reduction in Bayside Acres Beginning on December 6, 2021

Starting December 6th, 2021, the San Rafael Fire Department, in collaboration with Marin County Fire Department will begin vegetation management behind homes and along the Bayview Fire Road in Bayside Acres. Work will take approximately 3 days to complete. Work will focus on creating and maintaining defensible space within 130’ of homes and creating continuity … Continued

Defensible Space Fuel Reduction in China Camp State Park Beginning on November 22, 2021

Starting November 22, 2021 the San Rafael Fire Department, in collaboration with State Parks and Marin County Fire Department will begin vegetation management behind homes within China Camp State Park. Work will take about three weeks to complete. Work will focus on creating and maintaining defensible space within 130’ of homes next to China Camp. The work will remove invasive weeds, grasses, shrubs, dead … Continued

Request for Proposals (RFP) for multiple Wildfire Mitigation Projects

The City of San Rafael, through its Fire Department, is soliciting proposals from qualified and licensed tree service contractors for multiple wildfire mitigation fuel reduction projects throughout San Rafael. All projects are funded by the Marin Wildfire Prevention Authority (MWPA) and will help improve defensible space within the wildland-urban interface and improve emergency responder access … Continued

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