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    Welcome to the San Rafael Chamber!

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  • City and Local Partners Develop Support Service Area for Viaduct Encampments

    The City of San Rafael is pleased to announce expanded services for those experiencing homelessness. As part of the collaboration with Caltrans, the County of Marin, CHP, and multiple service organizations the city is providing a designated “service support area” that will launch Tuesday, July 6th. This designated space will provide security, restrooms, handwashing stations, garbage pick-up, regular outreach and service referrals, and other quality of life amenities. It will also allow for the continuing of work with local partners to identify permanent paths to housing.
     
    Beginning in 2020 there has been a significant increase in encampment activity throughout the county, including in San Rafael. One of the largest encampments is currently located under the Central San Rafael 101 viaduct, in the park and ride area that is owned and managed by Caltrans.
     
    Beginning July 6th, Caltrans will begin the process of consolidating the encampment activity under the viaduct while these supportive services remain in place. The Caltrans consolidation will be a phased approach, to allow for continued shelter, housing, outreach, and case management resources, either on or off-site.  


    Read Full Press Release Here

  • Chamber Opposes MMWD Moratorium on New Water Hook-Ups

    On behalf of the San Rafael Chamber of Commerce, which represents 600 Marin County businesses with over 26,000 employees, we would like to express our deep reservations regarding MMWD’s proposal for a moratorium on new water service connections during the current drought.  At first glance, this move might seem relatively sensible in that the drought is real, and serious and we should all be working together as a community.  However, a moratorium in fact has the potential for serious and costly implications to Marin’s economy as it recovers from the Covid- 19 pandemic.  We believe those impacts may very likely be out of balance with any perceived benefits.

     

    Read Full Opposition Letter Here

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