Printing Services

Rosemarie Gaglione, Director, Public Works
Printing Services Flyer

Completed print job of event brochures.

As a part of the Department of Public Works, Printing Services offers a full range of high quality reproductive services to all Marin County departments and divisions as well other government agencies and non-profits. We are a full-service printing facility located in the Civic Center, and we pride ourselves on the production of high quality projects at reasonable rates.  Printing Services Brochure

In addition to a Ricoh full color, high-speed copier, we are equipped with a digital plate maker, a Bourg collator, a two-color press and a Ryobi Perfector. All of these machines enable us to offer our customers a fast turn-around time and top quality products.

Our staff is experienced, knowledgeable and happy to help you with any printing project, whether that is a simple business card or a complex user's manual. We can help you work within your budget and there will always be someone available to answer your questions and offer advice on color options, paper types, layouts and cost-effective production and binding.

If you have any questions or would like more information as to how we can help you and your department, please drop by our office at Room 400 Civic Center Drive, San Rafael or give us a call at (415) 473-6377; TTY: (415) 473-3232. 

If you are from another government agency or non-profit organization, please use the Print Reproduction Requisition form for your order. This form requires the free Adobe Reader to open.

Please take a moment to read the Technical Instructions below before starting a request for Print Reproduction.

Technical Instructions for Print Reproduction Requisition Form

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