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: sean.mooney@cityofsanrafael.org

Now Hiring: Product Manager- Data & Insights

We are a 21st century government with a goal of making City services easy to use and work for everyone.    About us:  The Department of Digital Service & Open Government blends the City’s traditional IT capabilities with modern digital practices in a supportive start-up environment. We move fast and test new ideas, aren’t afraid to try new … Continued

Now Hiring: Product Manager- Digital Services

We are a 21st century government with a goal of making City services easy to use and work for everyone.    About us:  The Department of Digital Service & Open Government blends the City’s traditional IT capabilities with modern digital practices in a supportive start-up environment. We move fast and test new ideas, aren’t afraid to try new … Continued

Heat Advisory – Weekend of July 9 – 11

The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning for the Bay Area during the weekend of July 9 – 11. Stay safe, stay cool, and stay hydrated. Be sure to limit outdoor time. Don’t leave pets in cars, and help conserve energy between 4:00 pm and 9:00 pm. Our downtown and Northgate libraries … Continued

Homelessness Update: Service Support Area for Viaduct Encampments

The City of San Rafael is pleased to announce expanded services for those experiencing homelessness. As part of the collaboration with Caltrans, the County of Marin, CHP, and multiple service organizations the city is providing a designated “service support area” that will launch Tuesday, July 6th. This designated space will provide security, restrooms, handwashing stations, garbage pick-up, regular outreach and … Continued

Mobile Vaccine Clinics in Marin | May 3 – 7, 2021

Walk-ins / Drop-ins welcomed as supplies last. If you live or work in Marin and have not received your first COVID-19 vaccine, you can drop-in at one of the Pop-up clinics in Marin. No appointments required. The vaccine is FREE and available to everyone, regardless of insurance coverage or immigration status. Anyone 16 or older is … Continued

San Rafael Update: New Mask Guidelines, Tier Progress, Vaccines in Marin

Marin County has achieved the first of two required weeks of COVID statistics that will allow us to move to the next, less-restrictive tier. If Marin maintains this progress, we may be able to advance to Tier 4 (yellow status) as early as May 3. At Tuesday’s update to the County Board of Supervisors, Dr. Matt Willis discussed our County’s progress toward the yellow Tier 4 in the Blueprint … Continued

Marin County Vaccinations Open up to Residents in Canal Neighborhood

Marin County Residents Living in lower Healthy Places Index Census Tracts Ages 16 and Older are Now Eligible for the COVID Vaccine. Marin County is now Vaccinating the following groups: People who live in Marin County and are: Age 65 & Older Age 16 – 64 living in the Canal Neighborhood or other lower Healthy … Continued

New Allotment of Rental Assistance Heads to Marin

Additional $7.75 million in federal support will go to those experiencing hardship From the County of Marin More federal stimulus money is being provided to Marin County renters who have experienced economic hardship because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The County of Marin is receiving an estimated $7.75 million by early February as part of the Consolidated … Continued

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