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Please take note of the parking meter number.  It’s listed on the white label usually on the back side of the meter.  Send us an email or text: (415) 964-4302, with the parking meter # and a brief description of how the meter malfunctioned.  Please do not text while driving! Thanks!

The City of San Rafael (City) hereby requests proposals from qualified consultants for the design of a rehabilitation of an existing bathroom located at the Jean and John Starkweather Shoreline Park. The final product sought is construction contract documents including cost-effective design options, plans, specifications, and cost estimates ready for bid. Proposals shall be submitted...

Firewise USA handout

San Rafael Fire Department has issued a full page flyer to the public questioning if they are prepared for wildfire. This went out in the spring/summer Live Life Locally schedule in 2018.

San Rafael Fire Department will be sending out it’s new Annual Inspection Notice to the 9,000+ residential homes in the City’s WUI (WIldland Urban Interface). All residents shall comply with the standards set forth in this notice. Annual inspections will start in late spring to asses compliance.   –San Rafael Fire  – Vegetation Management Program

April 21, 2018

The City of San Rafael Employee Green Team, Conservation Corps North Bay, and the Library will be hosting an e-waste recycling event in honor of Earth Day. From 10-2:30pm residents may drop off their old computers, televisions, small home appliances, stereo equipment, cell phones, and more! Take advantage of this easy opportunity to recycle those...

April 21, 2018

Join hundreds of your friends and neighbors in sprucing up and removing litter from our beautiful parks and open spaces. Opportunities abound Saturday and Sunday from 9am-noon. Visit SanRafaelVolunteers.org for more info. Great for kids and families! Saturday, April 21st from 9:00 am to Noon Mulch and More at the Falkirk Gardens Clean Shoreline Path...

This report includes activities and data related to Marin Sanitary Service programs and services in 2017, especially related to zero waste efforts such as recycling and composting. It also includes information on subscription rates for different services, recycling percentages, and customer outreach.

We’re always looking for ways to make San Rafael more bike-friendly. On Monday night, the City Council will hear about a pilot project to create a “cycle track” on Tamalpais Avenue during Bike to Work Week, May 7 to 11. During that week, we will convert Tamalpais Avenue to a one-way street and create a...

Also on Monday evening, the City Council will consider awarding a $1.5 million street resurfacing contract to Team Ghilotti and a $100K agreement with Park Engineering for associated inspection services. The staff report outlines which streets will be repaved. Additional neighborhood outreach will be conducted closer to the time of the projects. Read the staff...

The City of San Rafael is changing the way that our City Councilmembers are elected. This past January, the City Council made a decision to switch to district elections by 2020. After holding several public hearings and receiving feedback from the community, the City’s demographers published several draft maps, each depicting potential district boundaries and...

The City of San Rafael’s current Purchasing Policy was adopted in 1994 and has not been changed since. On Monday night, the City Council will consider an update to the Purchasing Policy that reflects best practices and ensures compliance with new federal regulations. The proposed changes include increasing the City Manager’s award authority, adding a...

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