District 4 Update: Sir Francis Drake Listening Session & Changes to SIP Order

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Dear District 4 Resident: 


Please take a moment to read over a few District 4 announcements. As always, please free to reach out to my office for any assistance or clarification. 


Sir Francis Drake Boulevard Listening Session this Friday


My office is partnering with District 2 Supervisor Katie Rice and will be convening a cross-jurisdictional committee to hold a community listening session this Friday to hear from residents about the potential renaming of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. The committee will be comprised of council representatives from each of the city/towns through which Sir Francis Drake Blvd. runs, as well as Supervisors Rodoni and Rice who represent unincorporated areas along the SFD corridor.


The virtual listening session will be held this Friday, June 26, from 3-5 pm and will serve as an initial step in gauging community interest in renaming the Boulevard. No decisions will be made at the meeting, but input is welcome and appreciated as further action is considered.


Community members are welcome to participate in Friday’s zoom session or you can email your comments to drodoni@marincounty.org and krice@marincounty.org (please put SFD in the subject of the email and identify your city or town). Emails will be shared with other members of the cross-jurisdictional committee.


See below for Zoom link and information.


To join by computer or mobile device, visit www.zoom.us/join and enter the Meeting ID (924 8372 9278) and Password (798119). Use the “Raise Hand” button to inform the moderator that you would like to comment.


To join by telephone, call (669) 900-6833 and enter the Meeting ID (924 8372 9278#), Attendee ID (#), and Password (798119#). Press *9 to inform the moderator that you would like to comment.


Additional Reopening Guidelines Beginning June 29


On June 19, Marin Recovers Industry Advisors provided new guidelines and the “green light” for businesses within additional sectors to begin plans to reopen, beginning June 29 – Indoor dininghair salons/barber shopsnail salonshotels/motels/short term rentalsgyms/fitness studios. Businesses in these areas must complete a site-specific protection plan that incorporates the new guidelines before reopening their business. The new business guidelines can be accessed at MarinRecovers.com and are located below the “Reopening Guidelines” header on each of the sector pages. Learn more by reading the recent press release


Introduction of Social Bubble Concept


After 100 days of Shelter in Place, Marin County has adopted the “Social Bubble” concept recognizing that we have a strong desire to socialize in-person with neighbors, extended family, and friends. A social bubble is a stable group of 12 people or less who have collectively agreed to limit their in-person social activities to only each other for at least three weeks. Individuals belong to only one social bubble at a time, except for children who may belong to a second bubble related to a childcare or camp environment. The social bubble model provides guidelines to safely reconnect while COVID-19 continues to exist in our community.


To learn more, view the flyer and the video “Why Social Bubbles?”





Dennis Rodoni, District 4

Marin County Board of Supervisors


Email: Drodoni@marincounty.org

Phone: (415) 473-7331



District 4 Staff:


Lorenzo Cordova

Email: Lcordova@marincounty.org

Phone: (415) 473-3092


Rhonda Kutter

Email: Rkutter@marincounty.org