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The San Rafael Police Department’s Professional Standards Unit and the City Attorney’s Office would like to nominate the Human Resources Team (Rhonda Castelluci, Sylvia Gonzales, Jennifer Alcantara) for Team of the Quarter for demonstrating all the attributes listed above. The HR staff have a high level of teamwork and great work ethic has allowed the...

Each property owner in the program will be invoiced by the City for the amount indicated in their signed agreement under “Total Cost to Property Owner”. Contact us at www.cityofsanrafael.org/contactDPW if you need another copy of your signed agreement.  Invoices will be sent to property owners by email within 30 days after the City inspects and signs off on...

Once a participant receives a "Next Steps" document from the City they will contact the City to schedule a final inspection with the concrete contractor, Van Midde and Son Concrete. The contractor's final inspection and proposal at the property will be the final cost of the work. The City's pre-construction inspection is for preliminary purposes...

Based on the City pre-construction inspections, the City shaving contractor will shave all minor offsets. This work will be done by Precision concrete and at no cost to property owners.

City Public Works staff will inspect all properties in the program to identify: Locations where sidewalk "shaving" could be utilized as opposed to full replacement (when minor offsets are "shaved" down-- eliminating the trip hazard) Locations where full sidewalk, curb and gutter, and/or driveway apron replacement is needed Locations where tree removal is likely needed...

Residents will be notified by their preferred method of communication. The City will make every effort to accommodate all applicants. If applicants exceed available funding, a lottery may be used to select participants.

Online application form is located on cityofsanrafael.org/sidewalks. Call us at 415-458-5360 for a paper application. Eligibility Applications must be submitted by Property Owner Each property (APN) is able to submit one application If one owner has multiple properties, each property must apply for the program individually Residential property owners have a total maximum City contribution...

Andy's Local Market cuts landfill waste by 33%. Your business could, too! Read the full story in the April edition of our Waste Wise Business Spotlight, along with tips for recycling and updates to California state law.                                

Have you started making your Summer plans? If not, now it’s the time to do so because Summer is right around the corner! Whether you are looking for Summer Camps for your kids, a season pass for the pool, park events, or a summer job in one of our pools (!), we are here to help you plan...

Because work should be fun too, we often look for ways to squeeze in team-building activities for our employees. This past Friday, about 60 City employees spent their lunch break at the Boro Community Center for a dodgeball tournament. They showed off their athletic skills and enjoyed some friendly banter as they tried to eliminate...

Over the past several weeks, our Public Works staff made presentations to the Pickleweed Advisory Board and Parks & Recreation Commission to discuss options for new playground structures at Pickleweed Park and to gather additional feedback from the community. The Pickleweed Advisory Board and the Parks & Recreation Commission were both pleased with the proposed...

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program is a federal program that provides funding for housing, community facilities, and human services. In San Rafael, examples of CDBG-funded projects have included the development of affordable housing, sidewalk accessibility improvements, and a wide range of public services. For October 2019 through September 2020, Marin County is expected to receive approximately $1.4 million...

At Monday’s City Council meeting, the Fire Department will present a final draft of the Wildfire Prevention and Protection Action Plan for consideration and approval by the City Council. The Plan, which has gone through substantive changes since its first debut in draft form at the January 22, 2019 City Council meeting, outlines 38 wildfire prevention goals, including...

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