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Posted 12/22/17: North San Pedro Road Issues

[NOTE: Anyone interested in participating in this project is encouraged to contact our Wetlands Chair or our Board using the Contact Us menu above] The North San Pedro Road (NSPR) corridor is our residents’ primary “lifeline” for evacuation and emergency response should Point San Pedro Road (PSPR) become inaccessible as it did the night of […]

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Posted 12/5/16: Summary of Coalition 2016 Accomplishments and 2017 Goals

The Coalition’s 2016 Accomplishments and 2017 Goals The Coalition and its various committees have been very active this past year on issues of interest and concern to our residents. These activities will continue throughout 2017. This Coalition website is an excellent source of in-depth as well as current information on all the work of the […]

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Posted 9/25/15: S.R. Police Dept Changes Notification System

The San Rafael Police Department has made changes in the way they send press releases, newsletters, and emergency alert notifications. If you are subscribed to their press release or newsletter notifications, you do not need to do anything. Your email address has been imported to the new system.  The notifications will now come from “CityofSanRafael@public.govdelivery.com”. If […]

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Posted 9/23/15: Marin County Emergency Notification System

The Marin County Sheriff’s Department has implemented an improved countywide emergency alert system called AlertMarin. New Emergency Notification System Upgrade If you live, work or go to school in Marin County and are 18 and over, you may now register your cell phone or VoIP (voice over internet protocol) phone to receive emergency alerts sent […]

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October 11, 2014: The Great California Shake Out is on October 16,2014

Are You Prepared? With 37 million people living and working in California, a major earthquake could cause unprecedented devastation. Earthquakes are an inevitable part of California’s future, and we must act quickly to ensure that disasters do not become catastrophes. Join millions of Californians in the Great California Shakeout at 10:16 a.m. on October 16 […]

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September 3, 2014: Marin County Drought Restrictions

From the Marin Municipal Water District: The reservoirs are currently at 92% of average storage for this date and 67% of capacity. Consumption is down 14% this week vs. this same week last year. Please be aware of the new water restrictions effective August 19. The MMWD Board of Directors’ call for 25% voluntary rationing […]

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September 3, 2014: Goats Work to Reduce Fire Hazard

Our fire prevention minded goats from Goats R Us are moving to the Peacock Point and Peacock Court neighborhood today.  The goats will be eating up hazardous brush and fire fuel and improving our safety measures for homes near the open space. Goat grazing is an ecologically and economically sustainable management tool for fire safety. This is the […]

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