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    Welcome to the San Rafael Chamber!

    Become a member of the Chamber’s vibrant community of business collaborators. Together, we’ll help you grow, thrive and profit.

     

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  • County Wide Survey to Help Us Serve You Better County Wide Survey to Help Us Serve You Better

    Please take 2 minutes to fill out this Marin County survey assessing where businesses are. We know a lot of you are still struggling to find employees, pay off debt and other concerns. We want to hear from you where your business is at to help the County decide on strategies and possible future funding opportunities.

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  • Who Rides SMART?

    A monthly series celebrating North Bay residents who enjoy taking  the  the SMART train for a stress-free ride to work

    Meet Chris who works for the County of Marin. Chris rides SMART from her home in Sonoma County to the Civic Center in San Rafael. Chris enjoys commuting by train because she can relax on her way to work and  avoid the Highway 101 fender-benders. The convenient schedule gives her lots of flexibility and allows her to leave her car at home every day of the week. At work, she is focused on sea level rise issues and works to preserve Marin County’s natural beauty. The County of Marin offers green commute benefits to all employees and Chris is never shy when sharing with her co-workers that the train is a better alternative to driving as congestion returns to Highway 101. When asked why she rides the train, she says “SMART is the most efficient way to get to and from work, it takes cars off the road, and is much better for the environment. I highly recommend riding the SMART Train to work.”

    She’s just one of many WHO RIDE SMART ……to get to work.

  • Redistricting is the once-a-decade process of redrawing boundaries for Supervisorial districts after the US Census. Redistricting is the once-a-decade process of redrawing boundaries for Supervisorial districts after the US Census.

    The Board of Supervisors has held three public hearings for the County’s redistricting process and is planning for the fourth and final hearing December 7.  Feedback received from the public has led to focusing on maps that recognize a large Spanish-speaking community of interest in central San Rafael and that better distribute county population among the five supervisorial districts. Recordings of previous public hearings, as well as the publicly submitted maps and written feedback received thus far, are available to view at www.RedistrictMarin.org.  You can still submit written feedback by e-mailing redistricting@marincounty.org

    Save the date for the fourth public hearing

    The Board of Supervisors will hold the fourth public hearing on December 7 at 6 p.m. via Zoom. At the December 7 public hearing, the Board will review final draft maps, hold a public hearing, and vote to choose one plan to adopt as the new supervisorial district boundaries. The legal deadline for the Board of Supervisors to adopt a redistricting plan is December 15, 2021.

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  • Why Does Redistricting Matter To You: Why Does Redistricting Matter To You:

    Redistricting determines which neighborhoods and communities are grouped into districts for purposes of electing County Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors is soliciting community input in drawing the next district map based on new census data. The final district map will determine supervisorial district boundaries for the next 10 years. By participating in the process, either through public hearings or written comments, everyone has an opportunity to share how they think district boundaries should be drawn to best represent their community.

    For more information and to share your thoughts, visit redistrictmarin.org.

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