Once all artist proposals are received, the San Rafael Social Justice Public Art Community Group will review and select the top 2-3 artists. The City of San Rafael is creating a Pilot Public Art Advisory Group who will review the top 2-3 artist proposals and provide feedback on them to staff. This group will be … Continued
FAQ Topic: Racial & Social Equity
Arbor Park resides in the northern part of San Rafael in the Terra Linda neighborhood. Located at the southwest intersection of Las Gallinas Ave and Manuel T. Freitas Pkwy, Arbor Park is what San Rafael calls a Parkette, or a small park. It consists of a few benches, grass area, and walking path. The park … Continued
Youth in Arts (YIA) will act as the fiscal sponsor and recipient of all grants and funding sources for the project. This partnership ensures the next generation has a voice in this process and leverages the experience of YIA in developing local art projects. They will also provide support to the selected artist(s) by supporting … Continued
The artist(s) will receive compensation for their work; the amount will be determined at the conclusion of fundraising for the project. The City of San Rafael will provide resources to maintain the park and installation (providing anti-graffiti application to artwork, lighting, cleaning, trees, etc.).
Application are being accepted until an artist is selected. If you intend to submit an application please email email@example.com to ensure applications are being accepted. . If you have any questions about this project or the application/proposal requirements, please submit them in writing to the Group at the email address above. Artists are required to … Continued
The Call for Artists is open to all San Rafael and surrounding Marin County community adult and student practicing artists. Priority will be given to San Rafael-based artists and to those who identify as a BIPOC individual. All entries must be an original design and artwork of the entrant and must be suitable for viewing … Continued
The art installation will create a positive message to celebrate the core themes of JEDI – Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion through the lens of a Marin-based black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) perspective. The impact of the art installation will demonstrate that art is a representation of the collective community, and that the … Continued
The San Rafael Social Justice Community Art Group formed in October 2020 and is comprised of arts and community advocates who live and/or work in the City of San Rafael. The group wanted to find a way to support the social justice messaging which was embedded in the chalk art mural created over the Summer … Continued
Yes, the SRPD has plain clothed officers. We have eight Detectives including a Detective Sergeant. These detectives conduct follow-up investigations on crimes that were initially reported to the patrol division.
The San Rafael Police Department takes the duty to intercede seriously. Policy 300.2.1 states that an officer shall intercede to prevent the use of unreasonable force. The officer also has the duty to promptly report these observations to a supervisor.