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Industries / Business Profile

San Rafael hosts a wide variety of industries, and has an estimated ~$6 billion in economic activity. Downtown’s 4th Street receives over 3 million annual visits.   32,000 workers employed in San Rafael 87% of San Rafael’s workforce live outside San Rafael, while 13% live and work here Leading occupations:  Private Education and Health Services Professional … Continued

Community Profile

Demographics from above also used for graphic   San Rafael is home to a diverse, skilled, and educated population. Quick facts:   At least 50% of residents ages 25 and above have obtained a Bachelor’s degree or higher. Median household income is $113,839 Median home price is ~$1.3 million  24,502 total housing units, with (X thousand/hundred) more … Continued


San Rafael bridges the gap between San Francisco and Sonoma County. It also serves as the connection between the East Bay with all Marin jurisdictions.   San Rafael is home to the San Rafael Transit Center, which serves as the regional transportation hub for Marin County. Consisting of bus, taxi, rail, and airporter services, the Transit … Continued


Designated as just one of 14 California Cultural Districts, Downtown San Rafael is a hub of business, community, arts, and culture. San Rafael is the oldest and largest city in Marin County, with a historic downtown. San Rafael hosts a variety of events, including two farmers markets, a film festival, Art Works 2nd Fridays Art … Continued

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