Incorporated in 1874, San Rafael is one of California’s oldest cities. With streets, sidewalks, bridges, storm drains, libraries and other public buildings constructed as San Rafael grew throughout the 20th Century, the aging infrastructure needs repair and improvements. For example, San Rafael has 331 miles of streets that require ongoing pothole repair and repaving. Failing … Continued
FAQ Topic: Potential Property Transfer Tax Measure
San Rafael strives to provide a safe, healthy, prosperous and livable environment in partnership with the community. Important priorities include safe neighborhoods, good schools and the strong sense of community.