10,000 Degrees understands setting a college-going mindset starts early. That’s why our staff work directly with local elementary and middle school students to help make sure they can envision a pathway to college. We deliver the following real-world, interactive support to encourage the next generation to embrace their futures and make their college dreams come true.
The 4-H Program is a nonformal educational youth program.
Abbey Montessori is dedicated in serving the Marin community by offering the optimum childcare for children ranging from ages 6 weeks to 6 years old
Access Appeals Board
A commission to resolve California accessibility matters involving issues arising under Title 24 California Code of Regulations
The administrative officers and services of the Marin County Fire Department.
Provides full service domestic open adoption services as well as international homestudy and post-placement services. We work with Adoptive parents in Marin.
Adult Offender Work Program
The Adult Offender Work Program is a jail alternative program which is administered by the Probation Department.
Adult Protective Services
If you or someone you know is an elderly or dependent adult at risk of homelessness due to abuse or neglect, call 24 hours/day at 415-473-2774.
Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board
Participates in the alcohol and drug program planning process and reviews the scope of alcohol and drug problems in Marin County.
Alzheimer's Association - Marin Chapter
This site provides factual information on Alzheimer's disease, offers resources for people living with Alzheimer's, their families and professionals who provide care.
American Red Cross
Mass Care Shelters in Marin County are opened and operated by the American Red Cross
American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. The American Red Cross through, its strong network of volunteers, donors and partners, is always there in times of need. For details contact 415-721-2368
Animal Sanctuary and Care Society (ASCS)
The Animal Sanctuary and Care Society (ASCS) is a 501(c)3 organization that rescues, fosters and re-homes cats and kittens. We hold cat adoption events in Marin County.
Anubhuti Meditation & Retreat Center
We offer weekend residential retreats, workshops, one day retreats, and weekly classes in spiritual awareness, meditation and the practical application of spirituality.
We provide effective and affordable services to families, individuals, couples, children and groups that build essential life-skills and improve relationships.
Archie Williams High School
Archie Williams High School is a Gold Ribbon School located in San Anselmo, serving San Anselmo, Fairfax and the San Geronimo Valley.
Assessment Appeals Board
The Assessment Appeals Board hears appeals from taxpayers on property assessments. This Board is governed by the rules and regulations of the Board of Equalization and Property Tax Laws of the State of California.
Audubon Canyon Ranch
Audubon Canyon Ranch acts as guardian of four main nature preserves in Marin, Sonoma and Lake counties. These tidal flats, marshlands, coastal prairie, oak woodlands and redwood groves provide significant habitat to wildlife and have been placed in our care to steward and protect.
A commission to advise and recommend to the Board of Supervisors on matters relating to Marin County airports.
A non-profit organization founded in 1981 to promote global learning and leadership through foreign exchange, study abroad and leadership programs for high school students from the US and around the world.
Bay Area Cuba Community Alliance
BACCA's mission is to provide humanitarian assistance and relief to underserved communities in Cuba, and to assist sustainable community empowerment projects in remote areas that are most in need of supplementary support and resources, especially in the Southeastern provinces via People to People Projects and Cultural Exchange.
Bay Model Visitor Center
Located on Richardson Bay in Sausalito is a unique scientific tool for exploring water movement patterns in the San Francisco Bay - Delta Estuary.
The Bay Area Recycling Outreach Coalition (BayROC) is a collaboration representing over 40 San Francisco Bay Area cities, counties and other public agencies working together on waste reduction and buy-recycled concepts which promote personal action and behavior change.
Beach House/A Home Away From Homelessness
The Beach House offers children and youth from Marin and San Francisco the chance to spend an afternoon in the Marin Headlands. Volunteers must be 21+, complete training and background check.
Belvedere Tiburon Library
Combines innovations and technical advances of today with the warmth and accessibility of the best of traditional community centered libraries.
Useful links and information on the Biological Control Program in the County of Marin.
Blind and Vision Impaired of Marin, Inc.
We have six support groups throughout the County, including one for Spanish speaking members. We also have Art classes, Talking Book Clubs, outings and a monthly luncheon meeting with entertainment. Braille classes are being developed.
Bloom (formerly Image for Success)
Bloom, (formerly Image for Success), is a volunteer-based nonprofit that provides complimentary wardrobes and life skills training to children, women, and men transitioning to a life of self-reliance.
Formerly the National Center for Nonprofit Boards, is the premier resource for practical information, tools and best practices, training, and leadership development for board members of nonprofit organizations worldwide.
General information on boat assessment.
Bodega Bay School
Grades K-5. Bodega Bay Elementary School uses a comprehensive literacy plan and the wealth of local resources for core subject study.
Boy Scouts of America - Marin Council
The Marin Council of the Boy Scouts of America has been serving the youth of Marin County for over fifty-five years with a quality program focused on adventure, leadership and service.
Dedicated to helping people who have not been able to live up to their potential due to psychological problems. No website. Boyer House Foundation: 880 Las Gallinas Ave, San Rafael, CA 94903, Ph# 415-456-9958
List of all County of Marin Library branches.
An independent, co-educational Jewish day school that serves K-8 students and their families in San Rafael. Our community reflects the diversity of the Marin Jewish communal fabric as well as the varied religious, cultural and socio-economic tapestry of the world around us. Everyone is welcome here.
Academically rigorous coeducational day school grades 9-12.
Bread & Roses
Bread & Roses is dedicated to uplifting the human spirit by providing free, live, quality entertainment to people who live in institutions or are otherwise isolated from society.
Bridge the Gap Tutoring Program
Bridge the Gap is an evening afterschool tutoring program located in Marin City. We pair students grades K-12 with motivated adults in one-to-one tutoring relationships.
Briones Lions Club
Meets at the Bolinas Rod & Boat Club 83 Wharf Road, Bolinas the second and fourth Thursday at 7:30pm.
Non-profit agency providing services including supported housing and employment, to low income residents with mental illness, substance abuse and behavioral challenges.
Building and Safety
The Building and Safety Division serves the public by enforcing State and County building codes and ordinances to ensure buildings are safe for occupancy. This is accomplished through issuance of building permits, plan review, and inspections.
Building Better Families, Inc.
Building Better Families (BBF) holds weekly groups that promote respect and responsibility in relationships, for men and women in Marin County who have concerns about anger or violence in their homes. Our anger management and batterer's treatment programs are certified in Marin County. We have a sliding scale and evening classes. No website. Ph# 415-721-4304
Building Board of Appeals
To resolve California building standards matters, and make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors concerning amendments to the Marin County Code.
Information about the building inspection process and the way to schedule an inspection.
Information for people interesting in building or adding on to structures in Marin County.
(CalWORKs) is a cash assistance program that helps families with vulnerable children.
If a calamity such as natural disastor damages or destroys your property, you may be eligible for property tax relief.
California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
CANHR provides information about assisted living (board and care), nursing homes, Medi-Cal, and other elder issues and offers additional information about California facilities.
California Employment Development Department (EDD)
EDD provides a free Internet job listing & resume posting service on CalJOBS (www.caljobs.ca.gov) and also issues Unemployment Insurance benefits. To file: Internet (www.edd.ca.gov/eapply4ui) or telephone. Call toll-free: (English) 1-800-300-5616; (Spanish) 1-800-326-8937; (Chinese) 1-800-547-3506; (Vietnamese) 1-800-547-2058.
California Native Plant Society - Marin Chapter
Our mission is to increase understanding and appreciation of California's native plants, and to preserve them in their natural habitat through scientific activities, education, and conservation.
California Product Stewardship Council
CPSC is a network of local governments, non-government organizations, businesses, and individuals supporting policies and projects where producers share in the responsibility for managing problem products at their end of life.
Your destination for Marin Local History and information about Frank Lloyd Wright.
Camp Edmo in an Arts & Science, Animation, Recreation and Life Skills Camp for Pre-K - entering 4th grade kids.
Help low-income, Spanish-speaking immigrants acquire the tools they need to build a pathway to success, overcome poverty and injustice, and become tomorrow's leaders.
Canal Alliance - Developing self-sufficiency and leadership for a healthier community
Casa Allegra Community Services
Since 1975, Casa Allegra has been making a difference every day for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities through innovative programs designed specifically for the individual needs of participants.
Center for Domestic Peace
We offer youth and young adult internship opportunities to become healthy relationship advocates and healthy masculinity advocates throughout Marin while raising awareness and prevention revolving teen dating abuse/domestic violence/ and sexual assault.
Center for Judicial Excellence
The Center for Judicial Excellence, is a community-based organization established to improve the judiciary’s public accountability and strengthen and maintain the integrity of the Marin County courts.
Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership
We create stronger communities through the power of volunteers. We foster excellence in leadership to create more sustainable Bay Area nonprofits. We help nonprofits of every size and mission achieve greater impact. We recruit and place the most qualified leaders for Bay Area nonprofits.
A private, not-for-profit corporation providing comprehensive, integrated services to at-risk individuals and families.
Provides services to incarcerated individuals and their families at county jails.
Central Police Department.
To protect the communities of Corte Madera and Larkspur with the highest quality of police services - services that meet present and future community expectation.
Birth, death, or public marriage certificates, collectively known as vital records, can be ordered from the Marin County Recorder's office if those documents are registered in Marin County.
CHADD of Marin
Marin branch of CHADD (www.chadd.org) providing support, education and advocacy for families, children, teens and adults affected by AD/HD (attention deficits).
Child Care Commission
The state mandated Local Child Care Planning Council is responsible for establishing local priorities for child care planning and advocacy.
Child Protective Services Emergency Response
Child Protective Services (CPS) Emergency Response is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to receive and assess allegations of child abuse, neglect or exploitation. 24 Hour Hotline: (415) 499-7153.
The Marin County Department of Child Support Services can assist with establishing parentage for minor children. We can help to establish, modify, and enforce child support orders and track and distribute child support payments.
City of Novato Teen Center
A recreational facility of the City of Novato Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department and offers a wide variety of activities for young people in grades 6th - 12th, which include drop-in activities, classes, workshops and trips.
City of San Rafael Volunteers
Our purpose is to develop volunteers within City government and to partner with neighborhood and community groups to build a better San Rafael.
Civic Center Volunteers
We engage the energies of civic-minded individuals in County of Marin roles that help the community thrive. In this award-winning program, volunteers contribute skills and student interns learn by doing. We welcome your interest.
Clem Miller Environmental Education Center
The Clem Miller Environmental Education Center is an 80-bed, green-certified, residential facility located within the 70,000 acre Point Reyes National Seashore and available by reservation to trained educators for use as base camp for their own environmental studies and/or natural history education programs and as the home base for Point Reyes Summer Camp.
College of Marin
Operates two campuses and a marine laboratory as one of the 108 college, 1.3 million student California Community College System.
Commonweal is a nonprofit center for service and research in health and human ecology located on a beautiful 60-acre site at the edge of the Pacific Ocean in the Point Reyes National Seashore. Guest houses are available for small groups and individuals for conferences, workshops, family gatherings, meditation and yoga.
Community Report & Survey Results
Information about the Marin County 2009 Report to the Community. This report provides a brief overview of our efforts to create a more sustainable future.
Search for information, services, and resources in housing, food, health, and more.
View our on-going progress to increase permanent supportive housing.
Compassionate Friends of Marin
Bereavement support group for families who have experienced the death of a child. We meet at 7:30 pm on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at Lucas Valley Community Church, 2000 Las Gallinas (at Lucas Valley Road) in San Rafael.
Coalition to coordinate county-wide protocols for educating, reporting and treating concussions among Marin's student athletes, including user-friendly information about concussions, treatment options, videos and online training courses for students, parents, coaches and schools.
Conservation Corps North Bay
Our mission is to develop the youth of Marin and Sonoma counties by providing meaningful employment, education and training opportunities through projects that conserve natural resources, deliver human services and respond to public emergency.
Useful tips to help ensure you are paying the correct price and “Protecting your Pocket Book”.
Continuum Hospice & Palliative Care
Through companionship and a compassionate heart, Continuum Hospice volunteers provide comfort and support to patients and their families who face a life-limiting illness. Your caring concern for others and your precious gift of time will provide a meaningful difference in a hospice patient’s life… as well as your own. Training is provided and the time commitment is flexible.
A directory of scanned images of property surveys done in the County of Marin. The surveys identify the corners of parcels within the county.
CorStone The Center for Attitudinal Healing
Provides emotional support services to children, adults, elders, families dealing with illness or loss as well as for any adult seeking to improve the quality of their life experience.
Corte Madera Fire Department
The Corte Madera Fire Department is dedicated to the protection of life, property, and the environment from the effects of fire, medical emergencies, and hazardous conditions.
County Medical Services Program
CMSP is a unique County/State partnership formed to provide medical and dental care to individuals age 21-64, residing in California's 34 rural counties. To be eligible for CMSP, an individual cannot be eligible for Medi-Cal.
County of Marin - Job Listings
Lists current job openings and provides quality staff and human resources policies, programs, systems, and consultation which sustain an ethical, lawful, equitable, inclusive, and productive work.
County of Marin Parks Volunteers
This organization facilitates in the stewardship of County Park lands by encouraging community involvement through offering diverse and innovative volunteer opportunities.
Credit Card Services
You can pay your child support, medical support and spousal support by credit card.
CSA #16 (Greenbrae)
To advise Parks and Open Space staff and the Board of Supervisors on matters relating to projects and programs that affect CSA 16 (Greenbrae).
CSA #18 (Las Gallinas)
To advise Parks and Open Space staff and the Board of Supervisors on matters relating to projects and programs that affect CSA 18 (Las Gallinas).
CSA #20 (Indian Valley, Dominga Canyon)
To advise Parks and Open Space staff and the Board of Supervisors on matters relating to projects and programs that affect CSA 20 (Indian Valley, Dominga Canyon).
CSA #29 (Paradise Cay)
To advise Parks and Open Space staff and the Board of Supervisors on matters relating to projects and programs that affect CSA 29 (Paradise Cay).
CSA #33 (Stinson Beach)
To advise Parks and Open Space staff and the Board of Supervisors on matters relating to projects and programs that affect CSA 33 (Stinson Beach).
CSA #6 (Gallinas Creek)
To advise Parks and Open Space staff and the Board of Supervisors on matters relating to projects and programs that affect CSA 6 (Gallinas Creek).
Davidson Middle School
Serving 6 - 8 grade students is located in the central section of San Rafael. Students attending Bahia Vista, Coleman, Glenwood, Laurel Dell, San Pedro and Sun Valley Elementary Schools attend Davidson.
Information about creating and maintaining defensible space around your home.
Dental Clinic provides dental treatment under the scope of general practice.
To review, evaluate, and communicate to decision makers and the public on all matters pertaining to disaster preparedness.
District Attorney Consumer Mediation
Provides mediation for various types of disputes such as consumer-business disputes, animal, neighborhood, and landlord-tenant disputes. It also provides education to consumers, retailers, neighbors, landlords, tenants and others and is a public resource for consumer rights information.
District Attorney Consumer Protection Unit
Responsible for handling a broad spectrum of consumer and environmental protection activities. The unit's focus is to protect the public, prosecute violators, and prevent future violations of law through the use of four major mechanisms: enforcement, mediation, referral, and outreach.
Dominican University of California
With an enrollment of 2,100 men and women, Dominican University offers a wide variety of academic programs in the areas of undergraduate, graduate, and extended education.
EAH develops, manages and promotes rental housing in the Bay Area for very low, low and moderate income families, individuals with disabilities, and seniors.
Eating Disorder Recovery Support, Inc.
Eating Disorder Recovery Support, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting community awareness of eating disorders as well as professional education and collaboration, with the overall goal of supporting individuals and families on their path to healing and recovery from an eating disorder.
Echo Rock Therapy Center
Breakthrough LENS neurofeedback "brain reboot" for ADHD, memory, migraines, anxiety, depression, addictions, stroke, and just plain easier thinking.
Edgewater Seniors Club
The Edgewater Seniors Club provides opportunities for seniors to gather at special events, share experiences, and create friendships. Sausalito Parks and Recreation supports the club by providing meeting space and more.
Elder Abuse Program
The Marin County District Attorney's Office is collaborating with many agencies and community-based organizations to address the subject of elder abuse in our community. Call our information line at (415) 473-5050.
Elder Financial Protection Network
EFPN works to prevent financial abuse of elders and dependent adults through community education programs, public awareness campaigns and coordination of financial institution employee training.
Information about Electrify Marin - Natural Gas Appliance Replacement Rebate Program
Benefits eligibility for employees and dependents.
Benefits eligibility for employees and dependents.
Emergency Medical Services
The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) agency is responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of the EMS system established to provide prehospital services.
Information on energy efficiency and renewable energy financing programs
Energy for Keeps
Our expertise is in energy education with a focus on power generation. Our goal is to help people understand where our electricity comes from and how energy choices affect our lives, our environment, and future generations.
Environmental Action Committee of West Marin
A Marin grass-roots group which for 30 years has worked for the protection of West Marin's environment. We are dedicated to ensuring that human activities are in harmony with the area's irreplaceable wildlife, natural resources and rural character.
Environmental Health Services
The mission of Marin County Environmental Health Services is to protect public health and the well being of all Marin County residents, workers, and visitors by preventing injury and the spread of disease.
Estuary and Ocean Science Center
The Estuary & Ocean Science Center (EOS Center) supports scientific study of the sea, enhances public engagement with marine science and develops solutions to the environmental problems confronting coastal communities.
Information for Marin Library events.
Experience Corps Bay Area
Experience Corps Bay Area seeks senior (50+) volunteer reading tutors to help increase child literacy rates. The literacy program connects older adult volunteers with non-fluent readers in grades 1-3. No experience necessary! All training and support are provided.
Free nonprofit food rescue service, picking up from Marin organizations and delivering immediately to nonprofits serving the hungry.
Face the World
We are a cultural exchange organization expressly developed to bring together international youth and Americans.
Fair Housing Advocates of Northern California
Formerly Fair Housing of Marin, this is the only full-service fair housing agency in Marin and the only local housing counseling agency certified by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Fairfax Police Department
Fairfax Police Department believes strongly in the philosophy known as "Community Oriented Policing". In this modern approach to law enforcement, the entire community becomes involved in identifying and solving problems that affect the community.
Fairfax Volunteers! is a town-sponsored group whose mission is to foster good will in the Town of Fairfax through implementation of a Volunteer Program that will meet town and community needs. Please join us in making Fairfax a better place to be today...
Family and Children's Law Center
Enables children and families to enjoy a more successful future by helping them to navigate the legal system. It provides high-quality, low-cost legal services to children and families on matters ranging from child abuse and domestic violence to child custody and support.
Family Caregiver Alliance
Provides services to persons who are caring for a loved one with an adult-onset neurological impairment including stroke, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's.
Family Service Agency of Marin
Providing high quality, affordable counseling and support services for individuals, children, couples, families, and groups.
Family Support is an approach to addressing health concerns
Farm Day is a free, hands-on event for elementary school youth.
Felidae Conservation Fund
Initiative to involve local communities and increase public awareness around the emerging questions in conservation of felidae (cat) species and their habitats, through a broad outreach, education and research effort, involving complementary initiatives and local businesses.
Fetch! Pet Care
To provide premier pet care for pet owners who insist on the best for their cats and dogs.
Field of Dogs
Near the Marin County Civic Center, volunteers are always needed for fundraising and event planning activities.
Fines and Fees
Marin County Free Library information about fines and fees.
Information about the Fire Department's Fire Suppression Program.
A site offering tips on improving Fire-safety awareness in Marin.
Fish and Wildlife Commission
To advise the Board of Supervisors on matters pertaining to fish and game propagation, habitat, and conservation.
CalFresh Food Stamps program provides benefits for food purchases.
Forest Health & Environmental Education
The program provides education and outreach on Sudden Oak Death and coordinates the outreach program of the California Firewood Task Force to limit the spread of invasive forest species via firewood movement.
Services for children who need foster or fost-adopt homes.
Foundation for Deep Ecology
Both as philosophy and activism, deep ecology views the survival of natural systems and the capacity of the planet for self-renewal as crucial to all life (human and nonhuman) and not to be compromised.
Friends of the Library
A nonprofit group of volunteers dedicated to making the Marin County Free Library the best it can be.
Friends of the San Anselmo Library
The Friends of the San Anselmo Library is a nonprofit organization of volunteers whose activities solely benefit the Public Library in San Anselmo. We operate a used bookstore called Town Books and also maintain an Amazon "storefront", selling donated books to customers across the nation.
Future Leaders For Peace
Future Leaders For Peace is an inspirational and educational organization that teaches positive leadership and interpersonal skills to young people, primarily in middle schools around the Bay Area.
Gardening Tips and Techniques
Gardens are always changing: plants grow, soils change, leaves fall, and weeds sprout. All plants, whether in your garden or in your home, need consistent maintenance and care.
A private, non-profit organization dedicated to the development of academically gifted children.
Provides cash aid & services to qualified individuals to assist in self-sufficiency.
George Lucas Educational Foundation
The George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF) is a nonprofit operating foundation that documents and disseminates information about exemplary programs in K-12 schools to help these practices spread nationwide.
Geothermal Education Office
Provides free information and materials to increase students' awareness and understanding of geothermal energy.
Provide transitional housing, skill development and support services for homeless single parents or at risk of being homeless families.
Girls on the Run of the Bay Area
Girls on the Run is a program for girls in grades 3 - 5, that uses running to teach valuable lessons about self-respect, confidence, physical fitness, positive body image and community service.
Empowering adolescent girls (11-18) to develop and express their strengths through outdoor adventures. We recruit girls from all over the Bay Area, including Marin.
Glassy-winged Sharpshooter (GWSS)
The Glassy-winged Sharpshooter is a serious pest in California and also spreads other diseases to a variety of agricultural crops and ornamental plants.
Glenwood Elementary School
Serving grades K-5. Glenwood School, located east of Central San Rafael, serves the area from Bayside Acres east to Peacock Gap.
Godmothers of Timothy Murphy School
A group of volunteers who actively supports the school's educational program through fundraising and direct financial contributions, as well as donating time and talents to promote a nurturing environment for the boys.
Golden Gate Academy
Golden Gate Academy is a Christian preschool that provides excellent preschool education in a warm, nurturing, fun environment.
Golden Gate Bridge District
To provide safe, efficient, reliable means for the movement of people, goods, and services within the Highway 101, Golden Gate Corridor.
Golden Gate Center for Spiritual Living
The Golden Gate Center for Spiritual Living is an inclusive, loving community that practices and teaches practical spiritual tools for everyday life; we believe that everything is an expression of God.
Golden Gate Computer Society
The Golden Gate Computer Society is the premier microcomputer user group North of San Francisco in the Bay Area.
Good Shepherd Lutheran School
K-7th and Preschool. A Novato tradition of academic excellence in a nurturing Christian environment for elementary and preschool children.
Greater Farallones Association
The Greater Farallones Association conserves the wildlife and habitats of Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary through scientific research, environmental education, and community-based conservation.
Green Building Requirements
Information about the Green Building Program in Marin County including construction and demolition, residential and commercial green building requirements. This page also contains information on the wood smoke abatement rebate program.
Green House Calls
Green House Calls are available to homeowners as well as renters. There is no income qualification.
Growing Years Home Day Care
• Ages Birth to School-age • Hours 7am-6pm Monday-Friday • Reasonable Rates • Family style environment • Arts and Crafts • Outdoor Activities/Daily Walks • Drop-in slots available • School Drop-off and Pick-up • Summer Field Trips Lauren Fried Home Daycare Provider AA in Early Childhood Education Over 8 years experience as a Teacher in pre-schools, as a director at the YMCA aftercare program and a mother of 3 children.
Guide Dogs for the Blind
We offer guide dogs and training free-of-charge to blind and visually impaired people throughout the US and Canada, and are supported by generous donors and volunteers.
One of the most destructive pests of hardwood forests and shade trees in the United States.
Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco
Our mission is to provide local families with a springboard to secure, stable futures through affordable homeownership, financial literacy and neighborhood revitalization. We are currently building 10 single-family, 3-bedroom, homes just two blocks from downtown Novato. For information on becoming a homeowner or volunteering see our website.
Hall Middle School
An award-winning public school for fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth graders in the Larkspur School District.
Halleck Creek Ranch
Since 1977, Halleck Creek Ranch has helped people with disabilities live a life without barriers through therapeutic horseback riding, which is a valuable form of physical and mental therapy, as well as an effective way for people with disabilities to access rugged terrain. Come join a very special program, where children and adults with disabilities engage with dedicated volunteers and gentle horses for therapy and recreation.
Grades K-8. Hamilton School provides a supportive learning environment devoted to the academic excellence and social-emotional and physical growth of all students.
Headlands Preparatory School
Headlands Preparatory School, formerly known as Tilden Preparatory School Marin, is a WASC-accredited, private middle and high school (Grades 6-12) based in Sausalito.
Health Council of Marin
The Council advises the Board of Supervisors and the Marin County Department of Health and Human Services on health issues, to advocate for the development of resources to assure quality and accessible health care.
HealthyMarin.org presents nonbiased data and information about our community.
Healthy Teens Marin
Compiled by the Healthy Marin Partnership, this is a comprehensive Guide to Resources for Marin County including academic, counseling, health, programs and volunteering.
Responsible for the overall planning, program development and coordination
Hidden Valley Elementary School
We recognize that it takes a whole village to raise a child. The unique contribution of each member of the village is integral and important to the success of our school.
Hill Education Center
The Hill Education Campus is home to a variety of unique programs which serve the diverse needs of the Novato Community and School District.
The history of Marin County Fire Department.
Primary HIV/AIDS medical care and case management services.
HomeCARES Equipment Recyclers
HomeCARES is a locally run, nonprofit that collects durable medical equipment and gives it to individuals in need. Please call for more information
Housing Authority provides rental assistance through low-rent housing.
Housing Authority Commission
The purpose of the Commission is to provide low and moderate-income housing for families, the disabled, and the elderly.
With classes held at Dominican University, iD Tech is the world's #1 summer tech camp for ages 7-19, with courses in coding, game dev, robotics and design.
Childhood, adult, and travel immunizations, and tuberculin (TB) skin tests are provided
Information about Induction - Natural Gas Stove Replacement Rebate Program
I've Been Arrested
General information on the current public defender and chief public defenders of the County of Marin.
Jewish Family & Children's Services
JFCS provides comprehensive services to the entire community including counseling for individuals, couples & families, financial assistance, information & referral, support for people with disabilities, and volunteer opportunities. For comprehensive assistance to seniors, see Seniors-At-Home.
General information on what you need to do if you are charged with a juvenile offense.
Kent Middle School
Grades 5-8. Kent Middle School is situated near the business center of Kentfield and across from the College of Marin campus.
Kentfield Fire Protection District
Providing fire protection and emergency medical service, fire inspection, code enforcement, education, fire investigation and rescue services to the Kentfield and Greenbrae areas.
Mill Valley Schools Community Foundation.
Serving grades Transitional Kindergarten through 6th grade in western Petaluma
Serving grades K-6, the goal of the Lagunitas Public Montessori Program is to create students who are genuinely excited about learning. Montessori philosophy utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to academics.
Law Library Board of Trustees
The trustees shall establish and maintain a law library in the County in which it is appointed and may make rules, regulations, and by-laws necessary for the administration of the library.
League of Women Voters of Marin County
The League of Women Voters is a citizens’ organization that has fought since 1920 to improve our government and engage all citizens in the decisions that impact their lives
Legal Aid of Marin
Legal Aid of Marin’s mission is to create an equitable Marin by empowering the community through legal representation, advocacy and education. Our Vision: An inclusive Marin with equal justice and opportunity for all.
Library Beyond Walls
Library Beyond Walls provides free in-home delivery of library materials to homebound patrons of the Marin County Free Library.
To serve as a resource to the Board of Supervisors, Director of County Library Services, and the community and to find ways and means of enlisting public interest in supporting and improving Library services.
Lifehouse (formerly MARC)
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities and their families in Marin, Sonoma and San Francisco Counties.
LITA (Love is the Answer)
LITA matches volunteers with the lonely and isolated elderly living in skilled nursing, residential care and retirement residence facilities for one-to-one weekly visits.
Provides Marin County adults with free student-centered instruction.
Providing spiritual support for those faced with a life-threatening illness, their family, and other caregivers.Three programs offered free of charge. Services include:one-to-one support,in-home facilitation, educational information, Marin referrals.
Teaching principles of sustainability and the universal laws of life to children from an early age, our multicultural programs offer a creative solution to the growing childcare needs of both the unemployed and working families.
Lu Sutton Elementary School
Grades K-5. Mission: To develop sensitive, creative thinkers, and responsible citizens for a changing world.
Lycee Francais de San Francisco
Lycee Francais de San Francisco has been a leader in multilingual education and is today the only Bay Area school offering a truly multilingual, multicultural education that successfully leads students to the French Bac and its international option.
Madrone High School
Madrone Continuation High School provides alternative secondary education for students who desire individualized instruction and skills essential for lifelong learning. Grades 10 thru 12.
Manor Elementary School
Marin’s first Expeditionary Learning School! Built on a foundation of academic rigor, character development, and twenty-first century learning, EL helps school come alive for students by creating stimulating, hands-on, project-based learning environments both in and outside the classroom.
Margaret Todd Senior Center
As a program of the City of Novato, the center offers enrichment and fitness courses, special events, specialty groups, game groups, senior services, information and referral as well as multiple on-going activities.
Marguerita C. Johnson Senior Center
A nonprofit organization located in Southern Marin. We provide programs, referral services, and activities for senior citizens 60 and older. Activities include monthly shopping trips, grocery bingo, arts & crafts, tai-chi, movie day, and monthly luncheons with guest speakers.
Marin Abused Women's Services
Dedicated to ending sexual assault and family violence through prevention, crisis services and treatment. 2(415) 924-6616 - Women's English Hotline.
Marin Abused Women's Services
Provides information about the organizations intervention and prevention programs. (415) 924-6616 - Women's English Hotline.
An independent, coeducational, college preparatory school, is located in San Rafael, California, twelve miles north of San Francisco.
Coordinating transportation resources for older adults, persons with disabilities and low income residents.
Marin Advocates for Children
Marin Advocates for Children (MAC) is the independent voice for victims of child abuse and neglect, and the leading non-profit agency for the prevention of child abuse in the community. MAC’s mission is two-fold: preventing abuse and advocating for the best interests of children.
Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT)
Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT) is a private, member-supported nonprofit organization created to preserve Marin County farmlands for agricultural use.
Transportation to and from San Francisco airport from Marin.
Marin Amateur Radio Society
Our nonprofit service organization (affiliated with Marin County OES) is dedicated to the practice of and training for event monitoring and emergency communications, offering classes and FCC license testing.
Marin Art and Garden Center
Our vision is to preserve and share our beautiful historic site while enriching our community through exploration and discovery in the arts and the natural environment.
Marin Audubon Society.
To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.
Marin Cat Connection
A 501 (c) 3 non-profit dedicated to cat rescue, adoption and education. All of our kitties are fostered by our volunteers, so we can provide you with extensive information about their personalities.
Marin Christian Academy
MCA is in its 30th year of serving families in Marin County as a premier preschool through eighth grade academy. We have small class sizes, music, computer, and business programs that stimulate the creative side of our students. Call us for a tour and experience our learning environment.
Marin City Community Development Corporation
The Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) is a 27-year-old community based development entity established to promote the physical, economic, and social revitalization of Marin City.
Marin Conservation League
MCL was formed in 1934 to protect Marin's natural assets and its issues committees continue to work to make environmental protection a priority in the public decision-making process.
Marin Country Day School
Our students gain the knowledge, skills and character necessary to step up and lead effective and fulfilling lives as engaged global citizens in a complex multicultural and interdependent world.
Marin County Bar Association
With roots dating to 1934, the Bar Association involves, encourages and supports members, serves as a liaison to the Marin County courts, educates the community, and enhances access to legal services.
Marin County Commission on Aging
The Marin County Commission on Aging is a 23-member federally mandated advisory council to the Marin County Board of Supervisors. The Commission works closely with the County's Division of Aging on behalf of Marin
Marin County Fellowship of Narcotics Anonymous
Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem - we are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.
Marin County Fire Chief's Association
Dedicated to promoting progressive leadership and the coordination of legislation, prevention, training, standards, information, and education related to fire, ems, hazardous materials incidents, and disasters.
Marin County Law Library
30,000 volumes including complete California and Federal Statutory and case law, Law Reviews and more.
Marin County Office of Education
An alliance of schools, agencies, and the Marin Community Foundation to provide support services for students who are having academic and/or behavioral difficulties in school.
Marin County Psychological Association
Local chapter of the California Psychological Association that can provide free speakers for your organization on topics such as Mind-Body Health, How to Cope with Disasters, Stress Reduction, Parenting, Anxiety, Depression or Coping with Transitions or help you find a psychologist to meet your treatment needs.
Marin County Public Defender
Strives to provide effective and innovative legal services by protecting the constitutional rights of clients while treating them with respect and encouraging them to lead productive and positive lives.
Marin County Youth Commission
MCYC serves as an advisory body to the Marin County Board of Supervisors and makes sure that youth perspectives are heard by county agencies, school districts and the community at large.
Marin Day Schools
Marin Day Schools, a nonprofit child care organization governed by a board of directors, serves children ages 6 weeks through 10 years at campuses throughout the Bay Area.
Marin Family Action
A non-profit agency working to create affordable and sustainable housing for all in Marin County. we provide a Financial Self Help Program dealing with credit card debt along with, adult and youth financial literacy through out Marin and affordable health care for children through the Healthy Families Program.
Marin Family Health Programs
Family Health Programs is part of Health and Human Services and consists of the county health programs serving children in Marin. Our goal is strengthening families to create health and wellness equity in Marin.
Marin Flu Information
Current information about flu in Marin as compiled by the Marin Health and Human Services department.
Marin Friendly Garden Walks
Marin Friendly Garden Walks is a partnership between UC Marin Master Gardeners and Marin Municipal Water District to provide homeowners in Marin with information and advice on improving their irrigation practices to help conserve Marin’s precious water resources.
Marin Friends of Ferals
Marin Friends of Ferals is dedicated to providing humane care and management of feral and homeless cats in Marin.
Marin Horizon School
An independent, coeducational day school for pre-school children and students in grades K - 8.
Marin Household Hazardous Waste Facility
Zero Waste Marin sponsors the Marin Household Hazardous Waste Facility (MHHWF). Marin County households (except Novato) and businesses which are Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators (CESQGs) can utilize this facility for safe and convenient hazardous waste disposal. Novato Residents and businesses can use the Novato HHW facility.
Marin Master Gardeners
A dedicated, trained group of volunteers with a shared love of gardening and horticulture. Through community service and educational outreach, they provide home gardeners and community organizations with knowledge and skills
Marin Medical Reserve Corps
The mission of the MMRC augments Marin County's disaster medical response and strengthens community resilience.
The mission of Marin Oaks is to provide a personalized learning environment that fosters a collaborative culture, focusing on credit recovery and academics to help build the bridge to post-secondary education.
Marin Open Space Trust
Marin Open Space Trust is a nonprofit raising private funds for preserving Marin’s open space.
Marin Pregnancy Clinic
FREE Community Clinic serving women of all ages facing unexpected pregnancy (if no insurance and you are eligible for medi-cal we can sign you up at your first medical consultation appointment); ultrasound for pregnancy verification; STD testing for pregnant patients; Stork's Nest Clothing Closet has free maternity & infant clothing, and post abortion counseling.
Marin Regional Occupational Program
Offers career classes for anyone 16 years old or older in the county. These classes are intended for anyone seeking a new career, a career focus, or upgrading
Marin School of the Arts
Marin School of the Arts is a free, regional public school, (grades 9-12) that offers all academics plus in depth study in Musical Theater, Theater Arts, Visual Arts, Digital Arts, Photography, Instrumental (Concert, Jazz, Chamber and Rock) and Vocal Music, Creative Writing, Dance and Video/Film.
Marin Solar Program
Information about the Marin Solar Program as well as assistance finding contractors.
A nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to the protection and enhancement of our local waves, water and beaches through conservation, activism, research and education.
Do you want to practice public speaking, improve your communication and build leadership skills?
Marin County Transit District is responsible for local transit and paratransit services within Marin County.
Provides employment, vocational skills training, community integration, occupational therapy, Art, and independent living skills training services to adults with developmental disabilities.
Marin Villages' mission is to help older adults remain independent in their homes and communities, with dignity and grace. Marin Villages recognizes the need to offer older adults an alternative when deciding how and where they would like to age and provide opportunities for them to remain socially engaged.
Marin Waldorf School
A pre-K through 8 program that integrates the arts with academics to promote the development of the whole child, an extraordinary education!
MarinCAN is a community-driven campaign to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Freely "recycle" items that might be of use to others, rather than adding it to our overcrowded landfill.
Connecting Our Community. Provides, promotes and integrates the utilization of lifestyle choices and information through access to the community’s health, sustainability, education, spirituality and business programs and services.
Mark Day School
An independent, nonsectarian, coeducational, elementary school for students in grades kindergarten through eight.
Mary Silveira Elementary
Mary E. Silveira School, situated in San Rafael's Marinwood area, serves Kindergarten - Grade 5.
Matrix Parent Network & Resource Center
A parent-run nonprofit organization founded in 1983 to provide resources, support, and education for families of children with special needs in the North Bay.
Medi-Cal is California's Medicaid health care program. In Marin County, the program is administered by the Department of Health & Human Services' Division of Social Services.
Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities, people with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD)
The official U.S. Government site for Medicare
Therapists in this unit of the Juvenile Division offer counseling in those cases in which mental health is determined to be an issue for either the family and/or the child.
Mental Health Board
To represent and advocate for the mental health needs of the people of Marin by being fully informed on all related issues in order to promote a comprehensive mental health system of care.
Mental Health Board
Mental Health Board reviews and evaluate the community's mental health needs.
Merrytimes Kinderhaus Preschool/Daycare
This is a Montessori-based school for 18 months - 6yrs.
Hours: 6:30am-6:30pm. *Kindergarten Readiness *Arts&Crafts *Circle Time *Dance *Music *Outdoor Play *Science *Snack time *A very loving staff.
Started in 1998 by Carlos and Deborah Santana, the foundation supports educational efforts to help children and youth live healthy lives, literate lives and culturally enriched lives.
Mill Valley Nursery School
An in-home preschool program designed to encourage a child's imagination and curiosity to inspire a lifelong love of learning.
Mill Valley Police Department
The Mill Valley Police Department provides Law enforcement, criminal investigation, patrol, traffic, crime prevention, and other public safety duties.
Mill Valley School District
Edna Maguire Elementary, Old Mill Elementary, Park Elementary, Strawberry Point Elementary, Tam Valley Elementary, Mill Valley Middle
Miller Creek Middle School
Grades 6 to 8. Selected as a California Distinguished School, situated in the Lucas Valley area of San Rafael.
General information on what you need to do if you are charged with a misdemeanor offense.
Montessori de Terra Linda (MDTL)
Montessori de Terra Linda (MdTL) is a diverse community of teachers, parents and children working together for the education of the child. We serve children ages 2-12.
Mt. Tam Quilt Guild
The purpose of our guild is to promote an interest in and an appreciation of the art of quiltmaking and to make and donate quilts to Marin County residents, i.e., Marin General Hospital newborn and children's unit, Homeward Bound, Buckelew Family Services
NAMI Marin provides resources to help those living with a mental health condition and their families to find support, offers educational programs, provides crisis information and organizes groups and events to build a stronger community in Marin County.
Narika was founded in 1992 to address the problem of domestic violence in the South Asian community, we serve the entire Bay Area.
Formerly the Headlands Institute, NatureBridge is the largest education partner of the National Park Service (NPS). We are proud to support their mission to preserve unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the NPS for the enjoyment, education and inspiration of this and future generations.
Next Generation helps young people learn about social issues, develop leadership skills and work for peace and our environment.
Grades K-8. Nicasio School is the largest of the four rural one room school districts in Marin County.
Noah's Ark Preschool
Noah's Ark Preschool is dedicated to providing families in our community with a quality preschool and daycare program for ages 2-5. Noah's Ark is a premier academic preschool serving Marin County for over 30 years. Please call us to schedule a tour and meet our loving staff.
North Bay Christian Academy
Affordable K-12 education within a caring, diverse Christian community committed to academic and spiritual development.
North Bridge Academy
North Bridge Academy empowers and equips students with dyslexia to embrace their strengths, realize their potential and fulfill their aspirations. Located in Mill Valley serving grades 2-8.
Northern California Grantmakers
An association of foundations, corporate contribution programs and other private donors and grantmakers who seek to the well-bring of people and their communities.
Northern California Mediation Center (NCMC)
NCMC offers MEDIATION SERVICES for divorce, family, business and organizational disputes, COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE services, and TRAINING PROGRAMS in mediation, conflict resolution and communication.
Nova Independent Study
NOVA Education Center, an independent study program, is located at the Hill Middle School site on 6.2 acres and shares facilities with Hill Middle School.
Provides affordable housing for needy Novato senior citizens. Nova-Ro Corporation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation created through efforts of the Novato Rotary Club members.
Novato Charter School
Novato Charter School is a community dedicated to using educational methods guided by the Core Principles of Public Waldorf℠ Education.
Novato High School
NHS will promote a passion for learning that inspires critical thinking, communication, creativity, collaboration, cultural competency and character.
Novato Lions Club
Novato Lions Club is a community service organization that conducts fundraisers to support community projects.
Novato Parents Nursery School
The NPNS is a parent participation cooperative preschool with a child-centered, play-based program for children ages 2 1/2 to 5.
Novato Police Department
Involved with neighborhood crime watch & prevention; complaints & concerns and emergency preparedness.
Novato Recycling Center
The Novato Recycling Center is a buy-back location for residential drop-off. We accept California Redemption Value (CRV) containers and non-CRV containers for drop-off.
Novato Senior Citizens Club
Club members enjoy many benefits which include socializing with peers, staying active through planned programs and activities, a warm and friendly environment, reduced fees for club trips, priority registration on club trips, a monthly newsletter, and more!
We enable low-income kids in Novato, ages 7-18, to participate in after-school athletics.
Novato Unified School District
Loma Verde Elementary, Lu Sutton Elementary, Lynwood Elementary, Olive Elementary, Pleasant Valley Elementary, Rancho Elementary, San Ramon Elementary, San Jose Intermediate, Sinaloa Middle, Novato High, San Marin High
Novato Youth and Family Services
A program for income qualified "Novato" families. Counseling services are provided through a contract with a licensed therapist.
Novato Youth Center
The Novato Youth Center's mission is to inspire and prepare youth for success by offering programs in Child Development, Athletics, Youth and Family Counseling, Community and School Health Education and the Novato Wellness Center, serving over 4,000 youth and their families annually.
Novato Youth Center
Our mission is to inspire and prepare youth for success by offering programs in Child Development, Athletics, Youth and Family Counseling, Community and School Health Education and the Novato Wellness Center
Oak Hill School
Serving students ages 6-22 with autism and other developmental differences. Through strong therapeutic relationships, we sensitively observe and adapt individualized academic and behavioral instruction with UCSF oversight. Students thrive in our 3 students to 1 teacher ratio.
Oakland Airport-Noise Forum
To provide a public forum to discuss, and make recommendations to the Port of Oakland Executive Director about noise related issues at Oakland International Airport.
Okizu operates respite programs for families coping with childhood cancer. Our main focus is our summer camp for children with cancer and their siblings. We also run family camp weekends, 'teens and twenties' weekends as well as bereaved sibling's weekends; all for family members of children with cancer.
Old Mill School
Grades K-5. This modern facility incorporates computer technology and internet access in all of its classrooms and the library/media center.
Olive Elementary School
Grades K-5. Mission: Providing a positive and safe school environment is crucial to students’ success.
Serving grades K-6, the Lagunitas Open Classroom has been thriving since 1972.
Oracle Independent Study
Provides an alternative to those students whose educational needs cannot be met through traditional programs; success for kids who have not succeeded is the purpose of this program.
Our Lady of Loretto School
K thru 8. Our Lady of Loretto School celebrates over 40 years of Catholic education to the Community of Novato.
Overeater's Anonymous is a 12 Step program for those suffering from compulsive eating, bulimia and anorexia.
Pacific Diversified Services
A non-profit agency in Marin County uses the PDS philosophy to drive our values regarding the right of individuals with disabilities to be included as active members of their communities and to live their lives with dignity and respect.
Parent Services Project
A national nonprofit organization dedicated to integrating family support into early childhood programs through training, technical assistance and education.
Parents Place provides programs for parents with children of all ages, including parenting skills workshops & support groups, parent-child play-activity groups, parent coaching and consultation, counseling for adults, children & families & consultation to schools and childcare centers. We serve the entire community.
Grades K-5. Located in the geographic center of Mill Valley across from Boyle Park and the municipal tennis court.
Pathways To Peace
An international not-for-profit peace building, educational, and consulting organization
Penina Maier Jewish School
Penina Maier Jewish School welcomes children (toddlers through B'nai Mitzvah) and their families for a culturally enriched program of Jewish education and celebration, including music and movement for toddlers.
This is a proactive program to detect pests before they become established.
This Pest Exclusion program provides protection to Marin County by helping to prevent unwanted pests from entering and becoming established within the county.
The Pest Management program protects our local agriculture and the environment.
Pet Emergency & Specialty Center of Marin
Designed to function as an extension of the services provided by your family veterinarian, offers both advanced care by veterinary specialists and after-hours emergency care.
Phoenix Academy Charter School
Phoenix Academy Charter School is a small and personalized school and operates in tandem with Marin’s Community School. Our staff builds on our students’ assets and validates and affirms each student’s identity.
The Planning Division of the Community Development Agency promotes sustainability by regulating land use and real estate development. We are primarily responsible for writing planning policies and codes, and reviewing applications for various development permits, use permits, and subdivisions in the unincorporated areas of Marin County, California.
The Commission reviews and makes recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on countywide and community plan elements and amendments, master plans, and rezonings.
Marin Community Clinics provides pregnancy testing, and OB/GYN.
Probate Court general information and contact numbers.
Serving the needs of children with incarcerated parent since 1999.
Public Booking Log
Search public data about persons arrested and booked into the County jail.
Public Health Lab
Provides medical testing and is a reference lab for local hospitals.
Publications on Marin's agriculture and natural resources.
Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
The goal of Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) is to provide auxiliary communications services (ACS) to the Office of Emergency Services in the event of a significant emergency in Marin County.
Rape Crisis Center of Marin 24 Hour Number
Rape Crisis Center of Marin ... 24-hour number or call toll free 800-670-RAPE(7273), also available 24-hours/7 days a week. Website is currently "Under Construction" as of 3/31/2017.
Ready is a National public service campaign designed to educate and empower the American people to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters. The goal of the campaign is to promote preparedness through public involvement.
Ready Marin is Marin County’s source for information on emergency preparedness, whether you are just starting or an experienced emergency volunteer.
Real Estate Sales Data
Recent property sales information is provided for public view and in compliance with state law.
Information about all types of taxable residential property, from real estate to boats and aircraft.
Rebuilding Together Marin
Rebuilding Together Marin is a non-profit community based organization dedicated to assisting low-income homeowners (particularly those who are elderly, disabled or families with children) live in warmth, safety and independence through volunteer repair of owner-occupied homes and non-profit facilities serving those groups, at no expense to them.
Reducing Your Risks
Find quality ideas and information on how to reduce your risks during a disaster.
Redwood High School
As one of northern California’s top academic high schools, Redwood offers an outstanding college preparatory curriculum which includes Honors and Advanced Placement classes, as well as the opportunity for individual study and research
Register to Vote
Register to vote, update, or cancel your registration online; purchase voting materials.
Information about the results of our 2018 Marin County Resident Survey, which provides a snapshot of residents' needs, opinions and perspectives using industry-standard survey methods and best practices.
Retirement and Deferred Compensation information.
Richardson Bay Regional Agency
A Joint Powers Authority formed by the County of Marin and the cities of Sausalito, Tiburon, Mill Valley and Belvedere dedicated to maintaining and improving the navigational waterways, open waters, and shoreline of Richardson Bay.
Provides urgent and primary care to low-income, homeless and uninsured clients.
Ross Cottage Nursery School
RCNS provides an exceptional nursery school / preschool / day care program for your child in a nurturing, peaceful environment where all care-giving is done with kindness and acceptance by a qualified staff.
400 children attend Ross School in grades kindergarten through eighth. A strong tradition of parent and community support enhances the program.
Ross Valley Fire Service
Ross Valley Fire Authority is a consolidated department with the mission of protecting lives, property and environments of Fairfax, San Anselmo and Sleepy Hollow through education, prevention, and community service.
Free primary health care services to uninsured clients and families.
Rotary Club of San Rafael
The oldest and largest of 14 Rotary Clubs in Marin County, dedicated to community service both local and worldwide.
Safe Passage on Lucas Valley Road
Our Mission is to promote pedestrian safety along Lucas Valley Road from Highway 101 to Miller Creek Road and our Vision is a safe and separate pathway.
Saint Hilary School
Our graduates are educated to recognize the need to pursue lifelong learning and seek to acquire adult perspectives of Catholic principles and values so that they can become contributing members of family, parish, civic community and society.
Saint Isabella School
Committed to providing an education that challenges students to live out the Catholic faith in service to the parish and wider community.
Saint Raphael Preschool
"Angels" and "Saints" (PreKindergarten) classrooms for fully (or 'almost' fully) toilet trained children 2.9 years old through kindergarten; we offer two, three or five day Preschool / PreKindergarten programs with Extended Care available
Saint Raphael School
Saint Raphael School, established in 1889, serves a diverse population of students Kindergarten through Eighth Grades. Preschool available on site (see: Saint Raphael Preschool).
San Andreas High School
San Andreas High School is the Tamalpais Union High School District's continuation/alternative education high school.
San Anselmo Montessori School
San Anselmo Montessori School offers a traditional Montessori preschool and kindergarten program for children ages 3-6 years, in a stable, nurturing setting.
San Domenico School
Independent, co-ed, K-12 college preparatory school, with boarding option for high school students. Exceptional education and a sense of purpose inspired by core values of study, reflection, community, and service.
San Francisco Theological Seminary
San Francisco Theological Seminary, now the signature school of the University of Redlands Graduate School of Theology and affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
San Geronimo Valley Community Center
Fostering a healthy community by providing a dynamic center for locally-based human services, arts, cultural enrichment, and the education and well-being of San Geronimo Valley residents.
San Pedro School
Grades K-5. San Pedro School is located east of downtown San Rafael. It serves the communities east of Highway 101 and the area south of the San Rafael Canal.
San Rafael City Schools
Bahia Vista Elementary, Coleman Elementary, Glenwood Elementary, Laurel Dell Elementary, San Pedro Elementary, Sun Valley Elementary, Venetia Valley (K-8), Davidson Middle School, Madrone High, San Rafael High, Terra Linda High
San Rafael Fire Department
San Rafael Fire Department's mission is to protect lives, property and the environment of San Rafael as well as provide emergency medical care, hazardous materials and emergency preparedness.
San Rafael High School
Grades 9-12. San Rafael High School is a 110-year-old institution occupying 33 acres in central San Rafael.
San Rafael Police Department
The San Rafael Police Department is tasked with neighborhood crime watch & prevention & protection and also deals with complaints and emergency preparedness.
San Ramon Elementary School
Grades K-5. Mission: Children, parents, and staff work cooperatively at San Ramon in a safe and caring environment where all children can learn, be successful and prepare themselves to live in, and contribute to, a changing world.
Santa Venetia Neighborhood Association
From the Marin County Civic Center to China Camp; Santa Venetia is a neighborhood of over 1,600 homes and is one of Marin's best kept secrets with fantastic weather, natural beauty, quiet streets and a great community of people.
Sausalito Dog Park
From sunup to sundown, dogs of all ages, sizes and types can be seen romping in the Park, chasing a never ending supply of tennis balls, simply lying at your feet under a picnic table or, on top of the picnic table.
Sausalito Nursery School
The school's philosophy is that children learn through play. Appropriate toys, tools and materials are used to stimulate intellectual growth and develop motor skills while emphasizing how much fun these activities are.
Sausalito Police Department
Is responsible for the protection of life and property, the maintenance of order, the control and prevention of crime and the enforcement of motor vehicle laws.
Sausalito Woman's Club
The Sausalito Woman's Club remains strong in its historic commitment to public service through charitable donations, civic enhancement, emergency awareness, conservation and the environment.
We are passionate about finding permanent, loving new homes for rescued rabbits and educating people about the joys of living with rabbits as indoor companions.
Support and enrichment education for the Novato Unified School District.
Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery
Nonprofit, post-acute therapeutic center offering services designed to help brain injury survivors and their families rebuild their lives, including on-site services, support groups, resource referral assistance, concussion education and educational presentations for medical professionals and the community.
Sea Turtle Restoration Project
The Sea Turtle Restoration Project fights to protect endangered sea turtles in ways that make cultural and economic sense to the communities that share the beaches and waters with these gentle creatures.
Seneca Family of Agencies
Seneca Family of Agencies is a non profit organization founded in 1985 on the premise of providing unconditional care to children in need of foster care.
Seniors At Home
Seniors•At•Home offers a range of services including home care, palliative and end of life care, skilled nursing, care management, counseling, money management and conservatorships, spiritual care and volunteer services.
SF-Marin Food Bank
Our mission is to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin. We envision a community where everyone is able to obtain enough nutritious food — in a dignified manner — to support the health and well-being of themselves and their families.
Sinaloa Middle School
Located in Novato, the school is a supportive community where students are challenged to acquire the knowledge and skills to live as responsible individuals in a world of change.
Skyview Day Club
The Adult Day program provides specialized daytime services for older adults who need supervised, personal care and assistance. We offer engaging social activities, creative art and music programs, intellectual stimulation, group exercise, lunch and respite for caregivers.
A non-profit agricultural and environmental education center in a small-farm, coastal wilderness setting.
Connecting children to nature by cultivating healthy bodies and minds and fostering future generations of environmental stewards. By farming, cooking, caring for animals and exploring wilderness and the coast, Slide Ranch teaches about the connection between health, a healthy food system and a healthy environment.
SofTECH, North Bay Software & Information Technology Association
SofTECH, the North Bay Software and Information Technology Association is a non-profit trade organization committed to fostering communication and cooperation for business and technology professionals in Marin and Sonoma counties. SofTECH develops programs, evangelizes community leaders, and provides meaningful networking opportunities for its members.
Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART)
SMART is the Bay Area’s newest passenger rail service providing a safe, reliable and congestion-free transportation option for Marin and Sonoma counties
St. Anselm School
Since its founding in 1924, St. Anselm School has enjoyed a long tradition of providing high-quality Catholic education to elementary school children in Marin County, California.
St. Patrick's School
K thru 8th grade.The mission of St. Patrick School is to instill in our students a love and respect for our Catholic traditions, a strong academic foundation, and a reverence for themselves, others and the world around them.
St. Vincent's School for Boys
St. Vincent’s School for Boys is one of the oldest institutions west of the Mississippi dedicated exclusively to therapeutic and compassionate care of traumatized boys. St. Vincent’s is a 52-bed licensed Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Program (STRTP)
Star Academy provides a comprehensive curriculum for students with learning differences. We are a private, non-profit school that is a recognized leader in the Bay Area in education of students with learning differences.
Provides confidential testing and treatment services to clients.
The Stinson Campus is located at 3805 Shoreline Highway 1 in Stinson Beach.
Strategic Energy Innovations
SEI helps communities identify opportunities and create innovative energy efficiency programs to meet their needs.
Sudden Oak Death (SOD)
Sudden Oak Death (SOD) is a disease caused by the plant pathogen Phytophthora ramorum, and has caused widespread oak and tanoak dieback.
Helps protect the health and safety of the community's children, adults, and families.
Sun Valley School
Grades K-5. Sun Valley School is located at the western end of San Rafael adjacent to rolling hills and acres of open space. The school serves the western portion of San Rafael including the Gerstle Park and Spring Grove areas.
Sunny Hills Services
SHS provides educational and community-based treatment programs to troubled and abused children from infancy to age 18 and their families throughout Marin County.
Supportive Housing - Casa Buena Drive
The County of Marin, in partnership with Homeward Bound of Marin is providing 18 units of permanent supportive housing for people previously experiencing homelessness in Marin.
Supportive Housing - Kerner Boulevard
Eden Housing, in partnership with the County of Marin will provide 43 units of permanent supportive housing for people currently experiencing homelessness in Marin.
Supportive Housing - Mill Street
Homeward Bound of Marin is providing shelter for 40+ individuals and 32 units of permanent supportive housing for people previously experiencing homelessness in Marin.
Supportive Housing - South Eliseo Drive
Episcopal Community Services, in partnership with the County of Marin, will provide 43 units of permanent supportive housing for people currently experiencing homelessness in Marin.
Sustainable Fairfax supports the philosophy that we must attend to the needs of the present without sacrificing the ability of future generations and the natural world.
Sustainable Mill Valley
We work with the people of Mill Valley to create a sustainable community, with social, economic and environmental well-being.
Sustainable Novato works for a healthy eco-system, a vibrant local economy and social equity for all who live, work and play in Novato.
Tam House provides high quality, affordable cooperative housing for independent and active women and men 63 and over in two beautiful homes in San Anselmo.
Tam Valley School
Grades K-5. Located at the edge of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which provides a natural setting for environmental studies by classroom teachers and students.
Tamalpa Institute offers classes and workshops for the public throughout the year and a comprehensive training program in movement-based expressive arts education and therapy for people who wish to incorporate embodied creativity through the arts into their personal lives and professional practices.
Tamalpais Conservation Club
Since 1912, known as Guardian of the Mountain in recognition of its activities to preserve the scenic wilderness of Mt. Tamalpais.
Tamalpais High School
Grades 9-12. Tamalpais High School, founded in 1908, is the oldest school in the Tamalpais Union High School District.
Tamiscal High School.
Alternative independent study secondary school providing opportunities for students to complete high school courses through self-directed study.
Tax Bill Information
Use your APN to access recent property tax bills, find your outstanding balance, print payment stubs, or make a payment online.
Educational and informational library resources for teens.
The Marin County Tax Collector offers electronic payment of property taxes by phone.
Terra Marin School
Terra Marin School educates, nurtures, and inspires students of diverse backgrounds to achieve their highest academic and creative potential, to embrace ethical values, and to become active contributors to their communities.
The Body Positive
The Body Positive's mission is to implement educational programs that transform individual and societal beliefs about weight, body image, and identity.
The Center for Equine Guided Education
The Center for Equine Guided Education incorporates horses into human self development in an experiential learning environment as a significant way to help create positive change for personal growth and learning.
The Children’s Tree House
We serve families with children or parents who are deaf/hard of hearing as well as the children's schools.
The Congress of Neutrals
Offers citizens and community organizations a full spectrum of conflict resolution services. Its leadership ensures people have the tools they need to respond to litigation, crime, family problems and community and neighborhood disputes.
The Helix School
The Helix School nurtures the capabilities of children with autism and autism-like developmental challenges in a dynamic, relationship-based, interdisciplinary educational setting.
The Homework Club
Offers small group professional tutoring at many bay area middle schools. New study skills program.
The Hungry Owl Project
Our mission is to reduce the need for harmful pesticides & rodenticides by encouraging natural predators, through conservation of habitat, erecting nest boxes when appropriate, through research & education, and by providing a resource of help and information on alternative methods of sustainable pest management.
The Marin Institute - Preventing Alcohol Problems
The Marin Institute works to reduce alcohol problems through environmental prevention - improving our physical and social environment to advance public health and safety. The Marin Institute promotes effective alcohol policy, conducts media advocacy, and supports grassroots campaigns in Marin County, California and nationwide.
The Marin School
The Marin School's mission is to provide a collaborative learning community that inspires confidence, creativity, integrity, and academic excellence through a deep belief in each student’s potential.
The Marine Mammal Center
The Marine Mammal Center is a nonprofit veterinary hospital, research and educational center dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of ill and injured marine mammals - mostly seals and sea lions - and to the study of their health. The hospital is open to the public.
The Mountain School
At the Mountain School, our experienced Waldorf-certified teachers create a preschool environment that fosters self-reliance and engages your child’s imagination through a daily rhythm of activities in the classroom.
The National Alopecia Areata Foundation
Supports research to find a cure or acceptable treatment for alopecia areata, to support those with the disease, and to educate the public about alopecia areata, a mystifying autoimmune disease causing one's hair to fall out.
The New Village School
The New Village School is located in Sausalito and provides an education that creates opportunities for children to develop the skills necessary to live fully in our profoundly changing world.
The Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary
The Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary's mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems by inspiring and educating our community, with a focus on youth, and by emphasizing conservation initiatives related to our Sanctuary on Richardson Bay.
The Spahr Center
The Spahr Center is Marin County's only nonprofit community agency devoted to serving, supporting and empowering the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and everyone in the county living with and affected by HIV.
The Tomales Bay Watershed Council
Our purpose is to create and help facilitate a management plan to preserve and protect our water and land resources for sustainable uses by agriculture, aquaculture, business, environmental, recreation and residential interests.
Tiburon International Film Festival
The Tiburon International Film Festival (TIFF) is an annual event, which seeks to provide a greater understanding of the world and its many cultures through the artistic medium of film. Its goal is one of cultural enrichment and heightened cultural awareness.
Services include tick identification and detection of the agent of Lyme’s Disease.
To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation
A non-profit fundraising organization that reaches out to enrich the lives of women and men living with breast cancer in Marin County and adjacent Bay Area communities.
Tobacco Control Program
Marin County Tobacco Control Program offers a wide range of education, prevention, treatment and counseling services through contracts with community based agencies.
Tomales Elementary School
Grades K-8. Bilingual education, literacy technology, and assessment are the focus of curriculum development at Tomales Elementary School.
Tomales High School
Grades 9-12. Curriculum improvement is an ongoing part of the daily academic program at Tomales High School.
Transporation Authority of Marin
The Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM) has been designated as the Marin Congestion Management Agency (CMA), which is a Joint Powers Agency established between the County and cities to address Marin's unique transportation issues and to fulfill the legislative requirements of Propositions 111 and 116.
Tree Sprites Preschool
A Waldorf-inspired preschool serving 6 children aged 2.9 to 5 years in our peaceful homelike setting fostering imagination, creativity and play
It is Trinity's purpose to provide a joyful, loving, and stimulating, environment in which young children can discover, create and grow as children while developing strong Christian values under the guidance and care of a dedicated staff.
Trips for Kids
Trips for Kids is a Bay Area non-profit that provides mountain bike outings, environmental education and earn-a-bike programs for kids that would not otherwise be exposed to these types of activities.
Twin Cities Community Preschool
A parent participation preschool that enrolls 30 children ranging in ages from 2 years, 9 months to 5 years old. Our mission is to provide an environment in which play and exploration engage and excite children and prepare them for life-long learning.
United Way of the Bay Area
Focused on achieving measurable results. Learn how United Way of America and your local United Way are working together as a positive force for change.
University of Play
An inclusive preschool where children learn by doing. UOP's enriching environment is stimulating and encourages each child to experience active play and free expression.
Information about the Vegetation Management Program at the Marin County Fire Department.
Venetia Valley K - 8 School
Grades K-8. Serves the communities of Los Ranchitos and Santa Venetia. It is located in northeast San Rafael near the Marin County Civic Center
Vitalant Blood Donation
Vitalant exists to help people realize their life-transforming potential by offering convenient blood donation opportunities and sharing our expertise in transfusion medicine.
Vivalon helps Marin County’s older adults and vulnerable residents thrive through the power of human connection with rides, meals, classes, care, advice and more.
Formerly Marin Local Paratransit. Vivalon Rides provides specialized transportation throughout Marin County and other parts of the Bay Area for seniors and individuals with mobility issues.
Information about past or present voting locations.
Voter Information Portal
Find out if you are registered to vote, where your polling place is, what districts you live in, the candidates on your ballot, and more!
Seniors and special needs persons disaster preparedness training information.
Wade Thomas Elementary School
Grades K-5. A 1996-97 California Distinguished School recipient, is located in one of San Anselmo's oldest residential neighborhoods and is built on the site of the very first school in San Anselmo.
Walker Creek Ranch
An outdoor science school and retreat/conference center in Western Marin owned and operated by the Marin County Office of Education.
Find warrant information issued by Marin County Superior Court.
Information about the Special Operations Water Rescue team.
Designed to empower young people through computer training.
Wellify Teen is dedicated to helping parents of teens struggling with mental health challenges and provide online support through resources including screening, education and where to find help in Marin County.
West Coast Post-trauma Retreat
5-day residential treatment program for emergency responders (police, fire, medics, etc) suffering from work related stress issues and life management difficulties effecting their professional and personal lives.
West Marin - Inverness School
Grades K-8. Reading, language arts, English as a Second Language, and physical education are the focus of curriculum improvement at West Marin Elementary School.
West Marin Senior Services
Enabling older persons to remain independent as long as possible and to live with dignity and self-respect in their own homes
Western Eagle Shuttle
We provide quality transportation services from Marin County to all major Bay Area airports, Amtrak Emeryville, Oakland train stations, and the Port of San Francisco cruise ships. We provides in Marin County, Sonoma and Napa counties.
What We Do
The Public Administrator manages estates and makes final arrangements for Marin County residents who die without a will or any known relatives able or willing to act on the decedent's behalf to manage and resolve the estate.
White Hill Middle School
This is the only middle school for the Ross Valley School District and it houses 615 students in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades.
Whole Child Model
Marin County children enrolled in or eligible for Medi-Cal will receive care through Partnership Healthplan of California's Whole Child Model program. Children with other forms of health insurance receive services through Marin Family Health Programs.
Offers nutrition ed and food vouchers for pregnant women and children 0-5
WildCare is a nature education and wildlife rehabilitation center in San Rafael, whose aim is to help our community peacefully coexist with wildlife. Every year we share the wonders of nature with more than 40,000 school children and rehabilitate nearly 4,000 wild patients in our rehabilitation hospital. Come be a part of this wonderful organization!
WildCare celebrates a 50 year history as a Marin environmental organization providing nature education programs to children and wildlife rehabilitation services to injured and orphaned wildlife.
Willow Creek Academy
Willow Creek Academy is a K-8 public charter school formed to serve scholastically and socially prepared K-8 students who show the ability and promise of succeeding in an academically challenging setting.
Women Helping All People
WHAP Scholastic Academy's mission is to develop our children's young minds so that they may become successful scholars, who display a strong sense of self-worth, purpose and community responsibility.
Women's Earth and Climate Action Network
The Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) International is a solutions-based organization established to engage women worldwide in policy advocacy, on-the-ground projects, direct action, trainings, and movement building for global climate justice.
Work for Good
Founded in 1999 as Opportunity Knocks, our team at Work for Good remains one of the first job boards focused exclusively on mission-driven careers and has helped more than 30,000 organizations find the talent they need.
YMCA Point Bonita Outdoor & Conference Center
Outdoor Education for grades K-12 and adults, conference facilities for community groups, schools and businesses--delicious food, fabulous service and a Marin County Certified Green Business.
Young Imaginations provides multicultural music and dance classes for over 3,000 children in urban, suburban and rural schools in the Bay Area and Northern California.
Youth in Arts
Youth in Arts’ provide students with experiences and instruction in the visual and performing arts, and enriches the community with cultural events. Programs include:
Arts Unite Us - with at risk and special needs students.
Travel the World - music, dance, theater, visual and media arts from around the globe.
Youth Leadership Institute
Youth Leadership Institute (YLI) works with young people and their adult allies to create positive social change. We design and implement community-based programs that provide youth with leadership skills in the areas of drug and alcohol abuse prevention, philanthropy, and civic engagement.
YWCA San Francisco & Marin
The YWCA 50+ Employment Support Program for Women provides employment services for persons over 50 living in Marin County.
Zero Breast Cancer
Zero Breast Cancer is a non-profit organization founded in 1995 with the mission to find the causes of breast cancer through community participation in the research process.