Community Updates!

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Dear District 4 Resident & Friend:

As your Supervisor, it is my goal to keep you updated on our progress, including providing you with opportunities for community engagement and access to my office. Below you will find a list of community events open to you all.


West Marin Home Elevation Program

Application Deadline: March 22, 2019

If your property is in the West Marin Flood Zone, there might be federal money to help elevate your home.  There is about $3 million in FEMA assistance for West Marin residents. On the Marin Sea Level Rise website, you can search by address to see if your location is eligible for this assistance. Our Community Development Agency planners are available to help you.

Click here to access the Marin Sea Level Rise website.


Creating a Community Water Story

Our Department of Environmental Health Services (EHS) and Community Development Agency will be hosting a conversation about the water-related needs, assets, and priorities of Point Reyes Station. This is a unique opportunity funded by a grant from the State Department of Water Resources to support small communities with water resource planning and decision-making. Topics to be discussed include water supply, septic concerns, sea level rise, water recycling, and other related issues.  Contact EHS Project Manager, Lorene Jackson at  for more information.

Date: Monday, March 25, 2019

Time: 6:00pm

Location: West Marin School, 11550 Shoreline Highway, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956


Inverness Association: Special Presentation on Lessons Learned from North Bay Fires

The Marin County Fire Department, in partnership with The Inverness Association, will convene a special meeting to address the lessons earned from the recent Napa and Butte County fires and the fire prevention work in Marin. Representative from Marin County Fire and the National Park Service will share information on the conditions in the Park and their collaborative efforts to protect our community.  Additionally, Jordan Reeser from FIRESafe Marin will provide an update and discuss the Firewise Community initiative.  

Date: Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Time: 7:00pm (Doors open at 6:45pm)

Location: Inverness Yacht Club, 12852 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, Inverness, CA 94937


Wildfire Preparedness Seminar: LIVING WITH FIRE in Marin County, CA

As Marin’s residents we all share the responsibility to be prepared for wildfires. As they have become more frequent and disastrous, it is imperative to build our homes, maintain our landscapes, and prepare our families for the next major fire.

Join us for a FREE 2-hour seminar on wildfire preparedness open to all Marin residents. This is an opportunity for you to learn about your community’s risk and what you can do about from the wildfire experts at the Marin County Fire Department and FIRESafe MARIN.

Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2019

Time: 7:00pm-9:00pm

Location: Lagunitas School, 6350 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, San Geronimo, CA 94963

This seminar is intended primarily for residents, homeowners, and frequent visitors to Marin. Registration is encouraged, but not required. To do so, please click here. Light refreshments will be provided.


Community Health Seminary Series: Suicide Prevention & Support

Marin Health Care District is hosting a presentation focused on Marin County’s crisis support and suicide prevention services. Learn about the warning signs and symptoms of suicide as well as family and survivor support services in the county. Initial results from our county-wide community survey focused on suicide will be shared. A Q&A session will follow the presentation.

Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Time: 7:00pm

Location: Jason’s Restaurant, 300 Drakes Landing Road, Greenbrae, CA 94904

Marin Healthcare District’s Community Health Seminar offers periodic education forums for Marin community about timely and important health-related issues. For information about this series, click here.



Since joining the Board of Supervisors in 2017, I have hosted over 88 Community Office Hours in all District 4 communities. My office hours are opportunities for you to meet my staff in your community to discuss issues important to you.  To provide you with better service, I periodically invite County Department Heads, Senior Staff, and community leaders to join me in these discussion as they are experts in the topics of your interest.   

Click here to access the 2019 Spring Community Office Hours web page. Please follow my Facebook page for periodic updates for event fliers and periodic updates. Please note, that these are casual community conversations and no RSVP is required. If you would like more information about this series, please contact my aide, Rhonda Kutter at (415) 473-3246 or


I look forward to seeing you our in District 4, as always, my office is open for you anytime. Please reach out if we can be of assistance in any way.



Dennis Rodoni, District 4

Marin Board of Supervisors

District 4 Staff:

Lorenzo Cordova, Bilingual Spanish

Phone: (415) 473-3092


Rhonda Kutter, For Scheduling Inquiries

Phone: (415) 473-3246



For your convenience, here are some contacts that my be of interest. They may provide you with the information that you seek.


[Marin County Parks]: (415) 473-6387

[Marin County Community Development Agency]

Planning: (415) 473-6269

Building: (415) 473-6550

Environmental Health Services: (415) 473-6907

Code Enforcement: Only written communications are accepted by our Code Enforcement Department, you can do so by clicking here or by sending a letter to 3501 Civic Center Drive, Room 308, San Rafael CA 94903 or by fax at (415) 473-7880.

[Department of Public Works]: (415) 473-6529

[Department of Finance]: (415) 473-6154

                Short-Term Rental Hotline: (415) 300-445 or click here to submit a form.

[Marin County District Attorney’s Office]: (415) 473-6450

                Elder Abuse Program: (415) 473-5050

 Consumer Mediation/Landlord Tenant: (415) 473-6495 or by emailing


If you have an emergency, please call 911 to contact our Sherriff’s dispatcher. Or, you can file a police report online by clicking here. For nonemergency issues, you call (415) 479-2311.