Category: Fire Department

Parking Box Installation Update

After a supply chain delay, staff and our contractors are preparing to install our parking clarifications in the Dominican, Gerstle Park, Fair Hills, and West End Neighborhoods in early to mid-October. The clarifications will improve emergency access and egress by clarifying existing parking rules through new signage and parking boxes. Steel sign poles and the … Continued

Dominican Black Canyon Neighborhood Association Summer Scoop on August 27th

Interested in speaking to San Rafael Fire Department staff  and Fire Wise Committee members about how mitigate wildfire risk? Join the Dominican Fire Wise Committee  and the San Rafael Fire Department at Dominican Black Canyon Neighborhood Summer Scoop event on Saturday, August 27th from 2 PM to 4 PM at Trinity Community Church at 1675 … Continued

Fire Hazardous Vegetation Removal in FEMA Designated Areas

Starting July 20th, the San Rafael Fire Department, in partnership with Marin County Parks, will be performing vegetation reduction work in the Terra Linda and Gerstle Park neighborhoods. A qualified tree service contractor will be performing fire hazardous vegetation removal at the end of Manuel T Freitas Parkway and Greenwood Avenue. The crew will be … Continued

RFP for Updating the City’s Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and EOC Handbook

The City of San Rafael (“City”) is inviting Proposals from qualified firms and individual consultants for preparation of an update to the City’s 2007 Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and EOC Handbook. The new EOP and EOC Handbook should reflect a whole community approach and address the unique resources, challenges, and hazards in San Rafael. The … Continued

Deer Park Road Fire Summary

June 7, 2022 Around 9:50pm on Monday evening reports for a brush fire behind Dominican University, off Deer Park road were reported. Fire and Law Enforcement immediately responded to the scene and requested additional support. In total, 19 engines from multiple Marin Fire agencies responded, while other units mobilized to assure routine emergency coverage remained … Continued

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