A Stay at Home Order is in place for Marin County until further notice. The new order, which takes effect May 17th, 2020 at 11:59 PM, will ease some additional restrictions while practices to strengthen containment of COVID-19 are put into place.
All construction activities, certain businesses that operate primarily outdoors, and some outdoor activities continue to be allowed with the new Order. In addition, the new Order allows for curbside pickup for retail stores and retail supply chain businesses to open.
To help you understand the restrictions of the order, the County has provided the following resources:
Information about Stay-At-Home Order, effective May 18, 2020
In addition to the Stay at Home Order, Marin's Public Health Officer has amended the order closing parks, campgrounds and open spaces to motorized access. Some locations will now be open to motorized access, with some remaining closed. Golf sites and Tennis Clubs are now allowed to operate under strict requirements (see best practices below). Information about Parks Closure Order, effective May 18, 2020
The updated Order went into effect on Monday, May 18. Town staff is currently analyzing the updates and how they will impact Town operations, particularly related to local construction projects and updates will be posted on the Town's website when available. Thank you for your patience.
July 4th Parade Cancelled
We are disappointed to announce that the 4th of July Parade and Festival is cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Every year we look forward to celebrating this holiday with everyone and we look forward to when we can enjoy the day again with all of you. Stay safe and please contact the Chamber office if you have any questions. 415-924-0441 or email@example.com