Happy Fourth of July!

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Dear District 4 Friends:

Happy Fourth of July! We hope you take a moment to relax and spend time with your loved ones. As we celebrate the holiday, my office would like to share with you a few pieces of valuable information to make your holiday more enjoyable. 

Marin County Fair

The 2019 Marin County Fair is from July 3-July 7 at our Marin County Fair Grounds. This family-friendly event is a perfect way to celebrate all that Marin has to offer. If you would like to purchase tickets for any of the days, please click here

Marin Transit will provide FREE local rides countywide on all fixed-route and Connect services during the five-day of County Fair period, between July 3-July 7. Marin Transit staff will be on-site at both San Rafael Transit Center and the fairgrounds to assist riders with navigating their way to and from the County Fair on public transit. 

Click here for more information in English and Spanish. 

In partnership with the Marin County Fair, SMART will add a late-night train run to accommodate Marin County fairgoers on the evenings of July 3-7, 2019 . The additional train will depart northbound from the Marin Civic Center Station at 10:30 p.m. on each of those nights, with stops at all SMART northbound stations, and arrive at the Sonoma County Airport Station at 11:31 p.m. 

Click here to view the schedules for each individual day. 

Community Safety Reminders 

While the Fourth of July holiday is a time of celebration and fun, we urge everyone to practice water safety around the ocean, bay, pools, and to abstain from using fireworks. 

When it comes to fireworks, it should be easy to remember: All forms of fireworks are illegal in Marin. The fireworks ordinance will be enforced to reduce fire risk, protect natural resources and preserve personal safety. 

If you would like to see legal fireworks we highly encourage you to attend the Marin County Fair, which offers a fireworks display each night. 

Marin has unfortunately experienced four open-water drownings recently – two on Tomales Bay, one at 10-Mile Beach on the Point Reyes coastline and one at Stinson Beach. Wearing life jackets and having other flotation devices handy is a must and parents need to keep an eye on their children at all times. And lastly, please be mindful of your alcohol consumption as it may increase your risk of making poor decisions and hurting yourself and others. 


As always, my office is here to support you in any way we can. Please feel free to reach out should you need any assistance. Have a wonderful Fourth of July!

Be Safe,

Dennis Rodoni, District 4 Supervisor 



Lorenzo Cordova, (415) 473-3092, lcordova@marincounty.org

Rhonda Kutter, (415) 473-3246, rkutter@marincounty.org


For your convenience, here are some contacts that may be of interest. 

[Marin County Parks]: (415) 473-6387
[Health and Human Services]
              Mental Health Services: (415) 473-6769
              West Marin Clinic: (415) 473-3800
              Marin County Veteran’s Affairs: (415) 473-6193
[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) 300-4445
[Marin County District Attorney’s Office]: (415) 473-6450
                Elder Abuse Program: (415) 473-5050
                Consumer Mediation/Landlord Tenant: (415) 473-6495 or consumer@marincounty.org.

If you have an emergency, please call 911 to contact our Sheriff’s dispatcher. For non-emergency issues including parking violations, please call (415) 479-2311.