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Marin County Civic Center
3501 Civic Center Drive, Room 330
3rd Floor, Administration Building
San Rafael, California 94903
Each County Supervisor has staff that can assist you with District related issues and can schedule appointments with the Supervisor. You can contact your Supervisor in several ways:
You can track an item of interest on a Board of Supervisors’ agenda in a couple of ways:
Visit the Meeting Archive page. When there is a meeting scheduled, you will find the corresponding agenda underneath "Upcoming Events" section. You can also visit the Annual Meeting Calendar page.
You can use our District Lookup application. Just type in your address and you will find which Supervisor represents you and what Supervisorial District you live in.
You can share your views on matters of concern with your Supervisor in several ways:
Every Board meeting provides periods for public comment.
Time is provided for agenda-specific comments when that agenda topic is discussed.
Comments on non-agenda items are welcome during the Open Time portion of the meeting.
For more information about speaking at a Board meeting go to the Participate in a BOS Meeting page to view a short video.
You can download the Claim Form from our website or stop by the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors at the Marin County Civic Center, 3501 Civic Center Drive, Room 329, San Rafael, CA 94903 to pick up a form. All claim forms should be submitted to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors at the above address.
Supervisors' terms are four years, and either two or three supervisors are elected every two years.
Under direction of the Supervisor, Supervisor’s Aides provide a wide variety of liaison, coordinator, constituency and administrative support on issues within the Supervisor’s district as well as Countywide issues. Aides serve as a liaison with citizens, community organizations, County departments, and other governmental agencies providing information and services; conducting research on various subjects and topics; monitoring assignments and long term projects pertaining to the business of the Board of Supervisors; and performing related work as assigned.
To answer this question visit the About the Board of Supervisors page.