Author: sean.mooney@cityofsanrafael.org

Now Hiring: Civic Engagement Manager

ABOUT THE ROLE The City of San Rafael is recruiting for a Civic Engagement Manager in our Department of Digital Service and Open Government.  Digital works with all Departments in the City to continuously improve the delivery of services, use data to drive decision-making, and maintain a resilient technology infrastructure. The Civic Engagement Manager will … Continued

Join the Digital Service Team as the Digital Service Analyst

The mission of the Department of Digital Service and Open Government is to help continuously improve the delivery of City services by designing for and with people, engaging the community, using data to drive decisions, and maintaining modern technology infrastructure. We need a team-member in an analyst role to help organize and coordinate our internal … Continued

SSA Transitioning

The City of San Rafael created the Service Support Area (SSA) on July 6th, 2021, for those experiencing homelessness to provide a safe space to receive specialized services and assist in identifying paths to permanent housing.  The area where the SSA is located was a Caltrans-owned space where individuals experiencing homelessness had been staying and … Continued

Request for Proposals Homeless Outreach Services – May 2022

The Marin County Council of Mayors and Councilmembers (MCCMC) and the Marin Managers Association (MMA) represent all the cities and towns in Marin County. Several years ago, the MCCMC created a Community Homeless Fund where cities and towns, and the County of Marin, allocate funds for certain homelessness services. This Request for Proposals (“RFP”) is … Continued

SSA Update: March 2022 – SSA Receives Encampment Resolution Funding from the State

Getting to know the Ritter Center The City of San Rafael has partnered with Caltrans, the County of Marin, CHP, and multiple service organizations to provide enhanced services for individuals experiencing homelessness via designated service support areas (SSA).  SSAs are designated spaces with security, restrooms, handwashing stations, garbage pick-up, regular outreach and service referrals, and … Continued

City of San Rafael Request for Proposals for Enterprise Resource Planning System (ERP)

Proposal Deadline Extended to April 29, 2022 The City of San Rafael  seeks to implement a commercially available, native cloud-based (SaaS) ERP solution that provides broad administrative functionality, long term sustainability and adaptability, and a modern user experience. The City has undertaken extensive user research to determine the needs across the City and how they … Continued

Digital Service Friday Memo, January 21, 2022

Building A Citywide Technology Improvement Plan (TIP)  What it is: The FY22-23 Technology Improvement Plan serves as a comprehensive strategy to support the upgrade, replacement, and development of digital solutions across the City. Digital in partnership with each City department will inventory current technology, define and roadmap improvements, and build a transparent process for forecasting, budgeting, and developing realistic project timelines.    … Continued

Upcoming Public Meeting: Northgate Town Square Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Scoping Session

Come Participate! Northgate Town Square Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Scoping Session San Rafael Planning Commission Meeting Tuesday January 11th, 2022  |  7:00 p.m.  Participate in the meeting online  (Zoom)  |  Watch the meeting (Youtube)  About the Meeting The Northgate Town Square Project involves the redevelopment of the existing Northgate mall including approximately 225,100 sq. ft. of commercial space and up to 1,443 residential units.  The purpose of this scoping … Continued

Rain has Arrived – Storm and Safety Resources

Fall rain often marks the end of wildfire season in Marin. While we can’t yet be sure if this will be enough rain to truly reduce the wildfire risk or have an impact on drought conditions- its certainly a hopeful start to the winter rainy season. Sandbag Locations As in the past, the City has … Continued

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