Local Construction Projects – COM & SFD

College of Marin

Public Meeting Announcement

October 7th, the College of Marin will be hosting a public scoping meeting via Zoom for the proposed Jonas Pedestrian Bridge Project. This public scoping meeting will allow the public to learn more about the Proposed Project and to solicit public comment regarding the type and extent of environmental analysis to be undertaken.

Below are the details for the meeting:

October 7, 2020, 6:00-7:30 p.m., Zoom: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/96885526217

The information can also be found on the Measure B website: measurebcom.org

We hope you will join us.  If you have any questions please reach out to Isidro Farias at ifarias@marin.edu.

Construction Updates M&O Building and Learning Resource Center: September 21-September 27.

Installation of the TREX fence between our two campuses is continuing.

A portion of Parking Lot 12 remains closed. Another one of our PV canopies was damaged last week and we are beginning the process of repairing it.

Attached is the notice of construction activity for the LRC. Over the course of the demolition there will be large trucks coming in and out of the site via the driveway close to the crosswalk on College Avenue. We have noticed pedestrians not activating the flashing signals when using the crosswalk. Please remind your community to use this important safety feature as it is the only way vehicles exiting the driveway know that there are pedestrians in the crosswalk. We appreciate your help to keep our community safe.

** Pedestrians Crossing College Avenue **

Please remember to activate the flashing signals when using the crosswalk. This important safety feature is the only way vehicles exiting the driveway know that there are pedestrians in the crosswalk. We appreciate your help to keep our community safe.

Sir Francis Drake Boulevard

The County of Marin is in the final design phase for the rehabilitation of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard between Highway 101 and the Ross town limits. The project objectives are to improve vehicle flow, transit operations, and pedestrian and bicyclist circulation and safety.

The project is funded by Measure A, the Marin County Transportation Sales Tax measure passed by voters in 2004, in partnership with the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM). The Marin County Department of Public Works is also partnering with Marin Municipal Water District (MMWD) on this project to efficiently provide improvements to water service to the area.