Marin County Department of Finance 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 The Marin County Department of Finance monitors the financial performance of local government and strives to protect any…More public funds that are available. This department maintains several financial accounts for schools, as well as deals with budget issues and how taxes are apportioned throughout the county. The administrative office is located in Room 224 of the Marin County Civic Center.
Marin County Civic Center Volunteers 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 Civic Center Volunteers provides volunteers to local county government. Founded in 1979, it is an internationally…More recognized innovative volunteer program. The program delivered $7.9 million in services to the residents of Marin in 2009.
Marin Arts Council Galleries 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 The Marin Arts Council administers the galleries on the fist and third floors on the Marin County Civic Center. The…More galleries, open five days a week, feature exhibits by local artists. For the schedule and upcoming exhibit information, visit the Marin Arts Council website.
Marin County Civic Center, Board of Supervisors Chambers 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 The Board of Supervisors is the legislative and executive branch of Marin County. Composed of five district…More representatives, this board oversees the county departments, social organizations and services and county infrastructure.
Civic Center Lagoon Park Civic Center Dr & Memorial Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 Civic Center Lagoon Park is located behind Marin County Civic Center on the 3500 block of Civic Center…More Drive, with parking at Civic Center Drive and Armory Drive. This informal 20-acre park includes walking paths, picnic areas, athletic fields and a recently revamped children's playground with restrooms and drinking fountains nearby. An 11-acre lagoon can be used for non-motorized boating activities and fishing is also allowed in the lagoon. Civic Center Lagoon Park is located right next to Petanque Courts (lawn bowling) and Field of Dogs dog park.
Marin County Human Resources 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 The Marin County Human Resources office handles all of Marin County's personnel needs for county government offices. It…More also fills and manages volunteer and student internship positions.
Marin Garden Apartments features 46 units ranging in size from one to two bedrooms. This community features a…More pool, playground, laundry facility and covered parking. The complex is cat- and dog-friendly.
You'll find Marin Garden Apartments near the Marin County Civic Center off of N. San Pedro Road.
Marin County Department of Parks and Open Space 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 The Marin County Department of Parks and Open Space consists of the Marin County Open Space District (MCOSD)…More and the Parks and Landscape Division. It provides planning and resource management, environmental education, maintenance and operations, and administrative services.
Marin County District Attorney 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 The Marin County District Attorney represents the government in the prosecution of criminal offenses. This office has a…More criminal division and consumer protection division as well as a victim-witness assistance program and an elder abuse program. Its mission is to keep Marin safe and enhance its quality of life.
Marin County Jail Main Facility 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 The county jail is operated by the Detention Services Bureau of the Marin County Sheriff's Office. It includes the…More custody division, which maintains and staffs the county jail.
A Notary In Marin 121 Paul Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 A Notary in Marin has been in business since 1993. It offers notary services by appointment only. You'll find its…More offices conveniently located in the industrial area just north of the Marin County Civic Center.
Agricultural Institute of Marin 76 San Pablo Ave, San Rafael, CA94903 Agricultural Institute of Marin organizes and operates a number of farmers' markets throughout the San Francisco Bay…More Area, including San Rafael (downtown), the Marin County Civic Center, Stonestown, Novato, Newark, Fairfax, Marin City, Hayward, and Oakland/Grand Lake. The Institute's website features comprehensive information about each venue, in addition to vendor information and applications. The Agricultural Institute of Marin is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Grassroots Leadership Network of Marin started as a project of the Marin Community Foundation in 1995. In 1998, GLN…More spun-off and became their own nonprofit organization. It works to facilitate grassroots leadership within underrepresented communities within Marin.
You'll find its offices near the Marin County Civic Center on North San Pedro Road. To get to the office, go onto San Pablo Avenue from North San Pedro Road.
Marin County Community Development Agency 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 The Community Development Agency joins together the county's planning, building and environmental health divisions. It…More works to protect Marin's natural and built environment and protect the public's health. It includes a sustainability team that works to develop policies and programs that will help make the county healthy, vibrant and sustainable. The planning element administers and enforces zoning and subdivision regulations in accordance with the Marin Countywide Plan. The building and safety division oversees state and county codes and ordinances to ensure buildings are safe for occupancy.
Marin Advocates for Children (MAC) is an organization that works for the prevention of child abuse in Marin…More County. It has two programs:
Marin Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Marin Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC)
You can find the MAC offices across the street from the Marin County Civic Center. You can get to 30 N. San Pedro from San Pablo Avenue.
Marin County Treasurer Tax-Collector 3501 Civic Center Dr, San Rafael, CA94903 The treasurer tax-collector receives, safeguards and invests county, school and special district funds. It collects…More taxes and administers and settles estates for county residents. Collections include property taxes, supplemental taxes, transient occupancy taxes, business licenses and central collections for county departments.