Upcoming Meetings

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Zone 7 - Santa Venetia Advisory Board
New date TBD


Home Elevation Grant

View FEMA requirements.

Green Infrastructure

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Marin County is participating in Urban Greening Bay Area, a collaborative effort to re-envision Bay Area urban landscapes with green infrastructure. More Info.

Nature-based solutions for flooding and SLR

Marin County marshlands

Using natural processes can help address flooding and sea level rise. See the Naturally Resilient Communities webpage.

DPW Program Reduces Flood Insurance Costs

A car is shown on a Belvedere driveway nearly up to its windows in floodwater.

Homeowners in unincorporated areas of Marin County soon will save an additional five percent annually – an average of $106 – on their National Flood Insurance Program policies due to the flood mitigation and awareness measures by the Marin County Department of Public Works over the past 18 months. Read the news release.

Southern Marin Watershed Guide

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Download the Southern Marin Watershed Guide.

Grant Confirmed for Potential San Anselmo Flood Control Project

Muddy flood waters in Corte Madera Creek get close to flood level near buildings in downtown San Anselmo.

State grant funds, originally targeted for projects within the Town of San Anselmo, will now likely be transferred to the Flood Control District pending environmental review approval.

If the transfer goes through, funds could be used for elements that fall outside of the San Anselmo town limits, namely the Sunnyside Nursery floodwater diversion basin located near Fairfax. Read the news release.

Mill Valley Watershed Video

Mill Valley Watershed Video

View the drone video. for a unique view of how water moves through the community.

Preparing for Storm Season

Crews clearing vegetation from creek.

Our crews have been working hard all summer to prepare for upcoming winter storms. Read the News Release.

We all need to be prepared:

Flood Preparedness page.

Turn Around Don't Drown

Emergency Plan Template

Weather and Tides

For the latest rain update, check the National Weather Service's precipitation outlook. Track the latest on El Nino at NOAA's Climate Protection Center.

See NOAA's Tides & Currents website for the latest tide information. 2017 dates with tides predicted to be at or above 6.5 ft. include:

December 1-6 and 29-31

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