Proposed Roadmap (Under Development)

Community Development Agency

Our roadmap is a plan for the community to transition to an all-electric future. It contains suggestions for actions or strategies, but it is not mandatory.

Community Feedback on Proposed Actions

A survey of the roadmap’s proposed key component actions was distributed publicly from February 16 to March 5, 2024.

Of the 385 respondents countywide, the survey found most respondents were in favor of implementing the following top 3 actions:

  1. A countywide “Central Hub” or one-stop shop for all things electrification and energy savings.
  2. Connecting residents to existing low-cost financing programs that especially benefits low-to moderate income households
  3. Programs that reduce permit costs and expedite permit timelines for gas to electric conversions

For survey results and details on the remaining actions please click the following button below.


Community Proposed Actions

  1. (11/15/23) Key Component Actions v1: Results from Workshops #1 and 2 and presented during Workshop #3 (downloadable .docx file)
  2. (12/26/23) Key Component Actions v2: Results from synthesizing Workshop #3 feedback (downloadable .docx file)
  3. Following Workshop #3 held on November 11, 2023, stakeholder feedback was synthesized and is presented in the Miro board below. Access the Miro board directly.

  4. (2/7/24) Key Component Action v3: Results based on synthesizing v2 feedback (downloadable .docx file)

Final Roadmap

Under Development (Reserved for final roadmap)

Stakeholder Engagement

See the Community Engagements and Resources page for all upcoming and previous community meetings.

Building Inventory and Equity Analysis

See the Building Inventory and Equity Analysis page for the latest reports.

How the Roadmap will be Developed

We will develop the roadmap based on the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and Emerald City's Equitable Home Electrification Framework. We will also draw from lessons learned from other local and state governments.

Our community will decide the key components of the roadmap and the recommended actions that cities and towns across Marin can take to transition to an all-electric future.

The roadmap will progress through the following milestones:

  1. Engage: Conduct community stakeholder engagement upfront
  2. Measure: Complete a building (stock) inventory and equity analysis
  3. Develop: Propose key components and time-bound policy and program solutions (aka Actions or Strategies)
  4. Iterate: Incorporate solutions into and prepare drafts of the roadmap for community feedback
  5. Recommend: Incorporate community feedback, finalize roadmap and next steps jurisdictions can take to transition to all-electric buildings