NEW! RFP RELEASED
Request for Proposal for Design Engineering Services for Four Salmon Enhancement Projects in the San Geronimo Valley.
Proposals are due March 9, 2015.
Flood Control Funding Secured for Ross Valley
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) announced allocation of $400,000 to the Corte Madera Creek Flood Control Project (Unit 4) within its fiscal year 2015 work plan.
Storm Damage Repair
Marin County Supervisors unanimously approved $1.7 million in emergency funding from one-time capital funds to continue repair of road, mudslide and levee damage that occurred during the December storms that might not be eligible for federal funding.
Read the County press release.
Stinson Beach Special Tax Election
Stinson Beach voters will determine in March if a special tax should be levied to provide funding for a $5.7 million project. Visit the Stinson Beach Watershed page for more information.
Novato Watershed Program Fact Sheet
We have produced a fact sheet describing the Program, its products, and timeline.
View the Fact Sheet.
Marin Project Coordination Meetings
NEW! Gallinas Creek Geomorphic Dredge Technical Memo Released
The Gallinas Watershed Program has released the Draft Gallinas Creek Geomorphic Dredge Technical Memo for public review.
Comments are due by March 6, 2015. Please see the Gallinas Watershed page for more details.
High tides to watch
2015 dates with tides predicted to be at or above 6.5 feet:
February 16th-19th; May 17th; June 13th-15th; July 1st-3rd; July 11th-14th; July 29th-August 2nd; August 27th-30th; September 29th-30th; October 26th-29th; November 23rd-27th; December 21st-26th.
View NOAA's Tides & Currents website for more information.
WINTER READINESSReal-Time Stream and Rainfall Gauges
Sand and Sandbag Locations
The Sheriff's office maintains a list of locations for sandbags. Emergency Information
Are You Prepared for Floods?
Important information and helpful links are available at these sites:
Fish Passage Program
Restoring fish passage
through County structures remains a high priority for Marin County Public Works. Since 2005, eight barrier removal projects have been completed and four more are in the design phase.