Marin Coast Adaptation Planning
West Marin Home Elevation Program
The County of Marin, on behalf of West Marin County property owners, submitted a Notice of Intent to apply for FEMA grants for elevating homes under this program and we were notified that the County may receive up to $3 million in funding.
Marin Ocean Coast Sea Level Rise Adaptation Planning
On February 27, 2018 the Board of Supervisors accepted the Marin Ocean Coast Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Marin Ocean Coast Sea Level Rise Adaptation Report; and received an overview of the Phase II Work Program. The meeting can be viewed here.
Summer 2017 Adaptation Planning
Board of Supervisors August 2017 C-SMART Workshop
For those who were unable to attend the Board of Supervisors Workshop held August 1st, the meeting can be viewed here.
The Adaptation Report is the final Phase I deliverable of the Marin County Community Development Agency's Collaboration Sea Level Rise Marin Adaptation Response Team (C-SMART) program. Since 2014, Community Development Agency staff have worked in conjunction with local residents and a variety of agencies and technical experts on adaptation strategy development. The Adaptation Report is not a plan, but rather an informational document compiling adaptation options proposed to date to set the foundation for continued planning in West Marin. The report also outlines possible next steps as part of an ongoing adaptive management approach.
A thirty-day public comment period preceded this draft. Comment letters with Community Development Agency responses can be found here.
C-SMART Adaptation Plan Passport
Marin County Community Development Agency (CDA) launched the Collaboration Sea Level Marin Adaptation Response Team (C-SMART) Adaptation Plan Passport. The objective of this passport was to seek input from community members to inform next steps the County could take to address sea level rise in West Marin.
View Passport Results Summary.
Spring 2016 Adaptation Planning
Building on information gathered through the Vulnerability Assessment and public outreach efforts, Marin County is currently drafting an Adaptation Report.
Over 200 people participated in the West Marin Sea Level Rise Adaptation Poll between November 2015 and January 2016, helping Marin County Community Development Agency understand which adaptation strategies might receive the most public support in the future. View the West Marin Sea Level Rise Adaptation Poll Results.
Contact us at MarinSLR@marincounty.org or (415) 473-4333 if you have any questions or would like to invite a planner to your group's meeting to explain the poll.
Presentation on Adaptation Strategies
South Tomales Bay
North Tomales Bay
Land Use Policies
FEMA IBC V Zone Construction Requirements
FEMA IRC V Zone Construction Requirements