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If the information is in hard copy only and must be photocopied, or if you desire a hard copy printout, the cost is 10 cents per page. If the information you request is available in an electronic format and you desire it in that format, the file(s) can be copied to a DVD/CD/USB at a...

The Town shall determine within 10 days from the receipt of a public records request whether the request, in whole or in part, seeks copies of disclosable public records in possession of the Town. [Government Code 7927.535(a)]

The Town will make copies of records for members of the public upon request. The California Public Records Act provides that copies of records will be made promptly available upon payment of fees that cover the direct costs of duplication, which are generally the costs of running a copy machine. In some cases (especially with...

You can review public records at Town Hall during regular office hours, which are Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding holidays. We encourage you to call the Clerk’s Office at (415) 458-2343 to make an appointment if you decide to come in person.

A question and a public records request are not the same thing, although they both involve seeking information. A question is a general inquiry for information, often posed in conversation or communication, seeking an immediate response or clarification. On the other hand, a public records request is a procedure governed by law, usually in the...

Public records mean any writing containing information relating to the conduct of the public’s business prepared, owned, used or retained by the Town regardless of the manner in which the record has been stored. Please note that records are not inquiries and the Town is under no legal obligation to create a record that does...

The latest housing element finalized on March 14, 2024 has been uploaded as two volumes to the Town website. You can find them located here under the Housing Element icon on the Housing page.

On June 6, 2024, the California Coastal Conservancy awarded a $500,000 grant to the Marin Open Space Trust (MOST) to aid in the acquisition of the Wall Property. This funding will support efforts to protect, restore, and enhance natural resources, wildlife habitat, open space, California Native American tribal cultural resources, and compatible public access. Next...

Photo credit: Martha E. Ture, Mt. Tamalpais Photography May 29, 2024 Highlights Grant Agreement with the California Coastal Conservancy for Funds to Aid in the Acquisition of the Wall Property The Town Council authorized the Mayor to sign all agreements and documents needed to accept the Coastal Conservancy grant, if awarded, and thereby continue the...

Date: Monday, June 17th Time: Starting at 8:00 AM, lasting all day Details A section of roadway at the intersection of Bolinas and Mono will undergo pavement restoration work, resulting in a lane closure and traffic impacts for the entire day. Key Points Purpose: The Town is expediting the completion of road restoration work by...

Read our latest newsletter to learn about: California Coastal Conservancy grants MOST $500,000 for Wall Property Photos from 2024 Fairfax Festival Planning and Building updates Boards and commissions vacancies Summer camps Age Friendly news And more! Subscribe to the newsletter Subscribe to get this newsletter sent directly to you!

Date and time: 2024-07-17 06:30 pmLocation: Fairfax Women's ClubDepartment: Town Council Meeting: July 17, 2024Date and time: 2024-07-17 06:30 pmLocation: Fairfax Women's ClubDepartment: Town Council Meeting: July 17, 2024Agenda packetAgenda Wednesday, July 17, 2024 | 6:30 p.m. Fairfax Women’s Club, 46 Park Road Zoom Webinar ID 831 0518 0735 Preceded by a Special Meeting to...

Date and time: 2024-07-09 07:00 pmLocation: Fairfax Women's ClubDepartment: Community Emergency Preparedness Committee: July 9, 2024Date and time: 2024-07-09 07:00 pmLocation: Fairfax Women's ClubDepartment: Community Emergency Preparedness Committee: July 9, 2024

Photo credit: Martha E. Ture, Mt. Tamalpais Photography May 29, 2024 Highlights Resolutions Calling for a General Municipal Election to be held on November 5, 2024, for the Election of Certain Officers, Requesting the Marin County Board of Supervisors to Consolidate with any other Election Conducted on that Date and Requesting Election Services of the...

Happy June in Fairfax! The days are getting longer, and the sunshine is getting brighter, school is almost out, and dreamy beach days are upon us! We have lots of fun classes, programs and events happening right here in your own backyard. Join us for our favorite season of the year! Read the latest newsletter...

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