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A recent high-risk traffic stop has sparked the City of San Rafael to offer a process in which police officers would meet with a community member for a session of healing, mutual understanding, and restorative justice. Local restorative justice expert Rochelle Edwards has agreed to facilitate this process. On Aug 7, 2020, a high-risk traffic...

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Yesterday, Marin County was cleared to take another step forward in reopening following an appeal to the California Department of Public Health.  Based on the most recent local coronavirus metrics, the State of California has downgraded the risk level assigned to Marin from "widespread" to "substantial," which allows more doors to open in businesses and schools.  The primary changes allowed under the state order as...

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Date and time: Date and time: 2020-09-21 07:00 pmLocation: City Council - September 21, 2020Department: Public MeetingsDate and time: 2020-09-21 07:00 pmLocation: City Council - September 21, 2020Department: Public MeetingsAgendaAGENDA SAN RAFAEL CITY COUNCIL – MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2020 REGULAR MEETING AT 7:00 P.M. Telephone: (669) 900-9128, ID: 850-6400-3042# CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) ADVISORY NOTICE In response...

APN: 011-195-05 and 011-201-07 Address: 1530 and 1534 Fifth Ave. Project Numbers: UP19-005 and ED19-006 Applicant: Mike Joyce for Marin Academy  m.joyce@ma.org (415) 482-3213 Project Planner: Steve Stafford, Senior Planner Steve.stafford@cityofsanrafael.org (415) 458-5048 Project Description Marin Academy proposes to replace and relocate an existing aquatic center with a new 25-yard x 33-meter uncovered swimming pool, a two-story,...

September 22, 2020

Talk to Quinn live about disaster preparedness next week. Being prepared can reduce fear, anxiety, and losses that accompany disasters - let's get ahead by getting informed, and prepared! When: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 Time: 6:00 PM Watch/Listen: Join Zoom Meeting Call in: +1 669 900 9128 US Meeting ID: 818 8838 6136 Got a...

Although the building is a historical landmark and originally built as a residence, the City of San Rafael believes that the Boyd House can function as a museum, retail space, art gallery, or another commercial operation.  The City is seeking any appropriate and a feasible business opportunity in the Boyd House since the downtown area...

San Rafael is regularly preparing for any disaster - from preparing our community through disaster preparedness classes to keeping the storm drains clear and pump stations full functional to mitigate flooding. It is also important that we as individuals know the dangers in our community, and that we are ready with our own household and business...

When you have a household or business emergency plan, make sure you have the tools and supplies needed for your plan on hand. This is your emergency kit. Emergency kits don't have to cost much. You can use older, used or extra items around your house: Clothes with holes in them are enough to keep you...

Will you need extra welfare checks, or a place to stay during power outages, heat waves, and so on? Discuss your plan with family or friends and neighbors who can assist you in your area of need. Will you need transportation assistance in an evacuation? Accessible public transportation may be in short supply. Can you...

Choose two meeting spots: If you have to get out of your home in the event of a house fire - the corner of the block or a neighbor's porch all make good meeting spots. In this location you can gather and take a head count to make sure everyone got out safely. Make sure...

Sheltering-in-place means staying where you are because it's safer than going outside. When we go to the basement because of a storm warning or stay home because of a blizzard, we are sheltering-in-place. This is not a common safety action in San Rafael, but was more recently practiced during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

A communication plan is an important part of the emergency plan. You should include the following in your communication plan: Be in the know Now that you've decided how you'll stay informed, make sure everyone in your emergency plan knows about these sources and how to use them. How you will stay in touch with loved ones Designate...

Emergency plans are your guide to knowing what to do when a disaster hits. They include information on how your family or staff will communicate, where you will go for safety and who is responsible for what. Make sure everyone in your household or business knows what the emergency plan is and what to do. Don't forget to practice! Your...

We're committed to assisting our community achieve their vegetation management goals so that we can become a more fire safe community together. From our vegetation management inspections to chipper days and our Americorp Assistance program, we've got you covered.

September is National Preparedness Month and it serves as a reminder to take action to prepare, now and throughout the year, for any types of emergencies that could affect us where we live, work, or learn. We kicked off the month with a Wildfire Safety Forum, answering some great questions sent in by the community, if you haven’t seen it—it's...

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