Letter from Supervisor Rodoni

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Dear District 4 Resident:

This month's wildfires and Pacific Gas & Electrics's (PG&E) multiple Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) have been tremendously challenging for Marin County and District 4. During this unprecedented emergency, I have met with many of you at evacuation centers and charge stations in our communities. I have seen firsthand our emergency preparedness plans in action, neighborhoods coming together, and kindness towards one another. My office has heard from many of you about how difficult this has been for you and your family. Please know, that I sympathize for the huge inconvenience and abrupt disruption to your daily lives that these power outages have presented. 

However, this current power outage is still not over. We have communities in District 4 that are yet to have their power restored because they are on a Sonoma County PG&E circuit. And that circuit sustained damage during the wind event of the past weekend. As of right now--and this information is subject to change--our communities of Dillon Beach, Tomales, and Marshall will have their power restored at 6:00pm. My office is keeping an open line of communication with our Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in case this information changes. 

These PSPS events have been an opportunity for all of us to examine our personal/family emergency preparedness plans. To assess what worked, what can be done better, or what supplies we need to restock. I invite you all to visit ReadMarin.org for guidance, training, and resources to keep your family safe during an emergency. If you have not done so, please sign-up to our emergency notification systems:

-Nixle: From your mobile device, text your [ZIP CODE] to 888-777

-AlertMarin: Click here to sign-up. 

*Please email me if you have suggestions for how to improve our emergency notification systems. Your feedback is valuable in helping us improve our response/services in future emergencies. 

Lastly, I want to thank the thousands of first responders--many from our own community--that are working 24/7 to stop these wildfires, and are helping our evacuees return to their communities. Please take a moment to thank your local first responders for their incredible work. 



Dennis Rodoni 

Phone: (415) 473-7331

Email: DRodoni@marincounty.org 


PS- I invite you to join me at my upcoming office hours. These are informal community meetings to hear your feedback on how we are doing. Click here to view more information. 


District 4 Office Contacts:

Lorenzo Cordova

(415) 473-3092



Rhonda Kutter

(415) 473-3246



County of Marin Contacts: 

[Marin County Parks]: (415) 473-6387
[Health and Human Services]
              Mental Health Services: (415) 473-6769
              West Marin Health and Human Services Center: (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 by emailing consumer@marincounty.org.

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