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The City of San Rafael observes eleven public holidays each year during which non-essential City offices are closed.  The listing below provides details of these closures for the current calendar year. 2019 CITY HOLIDAYS Tuesday, January 1, 2019 New Year’s Day Monday, January 21, 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Monday, February 18, 2019 President’s...

Project Progress During the month of October Alten Construction finished with the Slab on Grade at the basement level and all of the offsite utilities (water, sewer, storm drain and gas). Contractor than proceeded with the installation of the shoring for the first floor (podium deck). All of the Contractor’s forces have been focusing on...

In case you haven't looked outside today, it's raining. It's going to keep raining. And it's about to get windy, too. The National Weather Service in San Francisco has issued a Flash Flood Watch and a Wind Advisory for the Bay Area. The Flash Flood Watch will be in effect from Wednesday, January 16 at 3...

Synopsis Periods of light rain and locally gusty southeast winds will continue today through Tuesday as multiple systems pass through the region. A stronger and more organized cold front will arrive Wednesday afternoon and evening with heavy rain and strong winds. Showers linger on Thursday with a drying trend Friday and Saturday before another chance...

Yes. The intent is to improve pedestrian and bicycle access from the Canal neighborhoods to downtown San Rafael.

Some of the parallel parking will be temporarily inaccessible during construction, but there will be no elimination of existing parking spaces along the frontages.

No, businesses and resident's utility hookups will not be disrupted during construction.

If any of the privately-owned infrastructure is within the Francisco Blvd East right-of-way and are in the way of the new sidewalk, they will likely need to be moved onto private property or eliminated. The City will work with property owners where this is necessary to achieve an amicable solution

Yes. The construction will likely be completed in short phases along the ¾ mile long stretch, rather than all at once.

No. The new sidewalk will be entirely within the Francisco Blvd East right-of-way.

On December 17, 2018, the City of San Rafael, City Council adopted Urgency Ordinance 1967 establishing regulations for small wireless facilities and Policy Resolution 14621 establishing policies, procedures and standards for installation of small wireless facilities within the City...

Informational Bulletin – Permit Application Tents and Other Temporary Membrane Structures January 2019   Fire Prevention Bureau Permit Process for Tents and Other Temporary Membrane Structures   Complete this document and use it as your permit submittal.  Also furnish the following: Flame spread certificates. Proof of Worker’s Compensation. Proof of City business license (may obtain...

The Homeless Point-in-Time Count (PIT) is one of the most important opportunities we have to determine whether or not we’re making progress to end homelessness. The PIT only happens once every two years. The next one is coming up on Monday, January 28th. No experience is required. We need your help! VOLUNTEER   What Is the...

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