The next Marin LAFCO meeting will be December 11, 2014.

  • Protecting Against Urban Sprawl

    Urban sprawl can best be described as irregular and disorganized growth occurring without apparent design or plan. This pattern of development is characterized by the inefficient delivery of urban services (police, fire, water, and sanitation) and the unnecessary loss of agricultural resources and open space lands.
  • Local Organization

    LAFCO must consider the effect that any proposal will produce on existing agricultural lands. By guiding development toward vacant urban land and away from agricultural preserves, LAFCO assists with the preservation of our valuable agricultural resources.
  • Community Coordination

    Marin LAFCO (Local Agency Formation Commission) is responsible for reviewing proposals for the formation of new local governmental agencies and for changes in the organization of existing agencies.
  • Preparing Studies

    Marin LAFCO is responsible for regularly preparing studies to independently assess the relationship between service demands and community needs.
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December 13, 2012 - Consolidation of the Alto, Almonte, Homestead Valley and Richardson Bay Sanitary Districts (File #1307) - Evaluation Results of Protest Petition, Impartial Analysis

December 13, 2012 - Consolidation of the Alto, Almonte, Homestead Valley and Richardson Bay Sanitary Districts (File #1307) - Evaluation Results of Protest Petition, Impartial Analysis

Attachments:
Download this file (EOR 120712 1307 Protest.pdf)EOR 120712 1307 Protest.pdf[ ]2495 kB

The Marin LAFCO directory provides a list of government agencies, board members and other important information and agency facts. The directory also includes links to interactive maps which disaply city limits, community boundaries and other highlighted features.

 

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On October 9, 2014 the Marin LAFCO Commission approved a new application fee schedule which will take effect December 9, 2014.