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 July 19, 2024

Library Parcel Tax Headed to Voters

With Board’s approval July 19, the measure will appear on the November 2022 ballot.

Marin County Sheriff Jamie Scardina speaks to an audience.
 July 19, 2024
Public Safety

Jamie Scardina Appointed Marin County Sheriff

Corte Madera native has taken over for the retired Sheriff Robert Doyle.

Headshot of Joe Deviney with a background showing a Marin County pasture.
 July 16, 2024
Board of Supervisors

County Brings on New Agriculture Commissioner

Joe Deviney comes to Marin with 30 years of ag preservation and consumer protection experience.

A hilltop view of the North Coast Land Holdings location in Strawberry.
 July 16, 2024
Development and Planning

Environmental Review Available on Strawberry Property

A development is planned for a 127-acre site that was previously a theological seminary.

A closeup view of the sign on the door at the Registrar of Voters office
 July 15, 2024
Elections (Registrar of Voters)

Candidate Filing Opens for November Election

Nominations will be accepted July 15 through August 9.

 July 10, 2024

Appointee to Guide Support of Arts in Marin

Department of Cultural Services hires Tracy Bays-Boothe to help launch new Arts Council.

Two young women stand on a sidewalk and prepare to make a Rising Sun Green House Call.
 July 5, 2024
Community and Assistance

Program Makes Your Home More Energy Efficient

County and partners are collaborating on the Green House Calls program through July 26.

A young woman wearing sunglasses sits in the sun on what appears to be a hot day.
 July 3, 2024

Prepare for Excessive Heat Beyond the Holiday

The forecast of high temperatures prompts a public health caution.

Six teens enjoy a ferris wheel ride at the Marin County Fair.
 July 1, 2024

Accessibility Committee Eyes Improvements for County Fair

A new ad hoc group aims to make the event more welcoming and accessible for all .

About a dozen women pose in Marin City during the 1950s.
 July 1, 2024

Library Branches to Celebrate Marin City History

The 10-branch exhibit showcases Black American history.