Marin Local Agency Formation Commission

Planning Agency / Subdivision of the State of California

About Resource Conservation Districts

(Section 9151 et seq. State Public Resources Code)

A resource conservation district may conduct research relating to the conservation of soil and water resources, make improvements on public lands, disseminate conservation information, assist private landowners, develop soil and water conservation plans, and establish standards of cropping, tillage and range practices on private lands as a condition to expenditures by the district of any funds on those lands. A district is intended to include lands that are generally of value for agricultural purposes and lands that need control of runoff, soil erosion and related problems. The territory need not be contiguous and may include lands in one or more counties. The governing board consists of five members, each a landowner or designated agent, elected at large.

Marin Resource Conservation District

Marin Resource Conservation District Website 

Offices

Office Address:
80 Fourth Street, Suite 202
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956
Phone: (415) 663-1170
Fax: (415) 663-0421
 
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1146
Point Reyes Station, CA  94956
 
Hours: 10 am - 3 pm, Monday through Thursday

Board Meetings

2nd Wednesday Monthly, 9:30 am
Marin County Farm Bureau
520 Mesa Road
Point Reyes

District Board

The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors elected to four-year terms.
 
Membership and expiration dates:
MIKE MORETTI - November 2017
Steve Doughty - November 2016
Terry Sawyer - November 2016
Robert Giacomini - November 2018
Sally Gale - November 2018

Staffing

Number of personnel: 5 total full time equivalent positions.
 
Current management contacts:
Executive Director: Nancy Scolari
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(415) 663-1170
Conservation Scientist: Lynette Niebrugge
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(415) 663-1170
Bookkeeper: Michele HARRIS
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(415) 663-1170
Environmental Planner: Elise Suronen
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(415) 663-1170
 
Urban Streams Coordinator: Sarah Phillips
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(415) 663-1170
Attorney: County Counsel
(415) 473-6130
 
Land Area: 460.94 square miles.
Areas Served: Rural areas of West Marin, Stafford Lake and San Antonio Creek watersheds.
Budget: Total Operating Revenue, Fiscal Year 2015-16:  $3,384,806.
Services: Provide technical assistance to agricultural landowners on soil erosion and resource conservation.

Marin Healthcare District

Marin Healthcare District Website |

Offices

100B Drakes Landing Road, #250
Greenbrae, CA 94592
Phone: (415) 464-2090
Fax: (415) 464-2094
 
Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday
 

Board Meetings

2nd Tuesday Monthly, 7:00 pm
Marin General Hospital Conference Center
250 Bon Air Road
Greenbrae

District Board

The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors elected to four-year terms.
 
Membership and expiration dates:
Ann Sparkman, JD - December 2016
Hank Simmonds, MD - December 2016
James Clever, MD - December 2014
Larry Bedard, MD - December 2014
Jennifer Rienks, PhD - December 2014

Staffing

Number of personnel: 1 total full time equivalent positions.
 
Current management contacts:
Chief Executive Director: Lee Domanico
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(415) 464-2090
Attorney: Colin Coffey
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(925) 930-6600
Executive Assistant: Renee Toriumi
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(415) 464-2090

 

Areas Served: All of Marin County, excluding Novato and portions of West Marin.
Budget: Total Operating Revenue, Fiscal Year 201-12: $2,055,000.
Services: Marin Health Care District's purpose is to enhance the provision of quality health care in the communities served by the district; to be a strong advocate of the public for quality and reasonably-priced health care; to provide a forum for discussion of health care issues; to monitor the lease to ensure the optimum operation of the Hospital for the benefit of the communities served by the District; to support the highest quality of medical and trauma care at Marin General Hospital and to be an advocate for District Hospitals (i.e., elected District Board control).

Marin/Sonoma Mosquito and Vector Control District

Marin/Sonoma Mosquito & Vector Control District Website            

Offices

595 Helman Lane
Cotati, CA 94931
Phone: (707) 285-2200 or (800) 231-3236
Fax: (707) 285-2210
 
Hours: 7 am - 3:30 pm, Monday through Friday
 

Board Meetings

2nd Wednesday Monthly, 7:00 pm
District Office
595 Helman Lane
Cotati

District Board

The District is governed by a 24-member Board of Trustees appointed to a two or four year term.
 
Membership and expiration dates:
Belvedere: Lee Braun - january 2018
Cloverdale: Vacant 
Corte Madera: Nancy Barnard - December 2018
Cotati: Yvonne Van Dyke - December 2016
Fairfax: Frank Egger - December 2017
Healdsburg: Shaun McCaffery - December 2017
Larkspur: Tom Bradner - December 2017
Marin County At Large: Ed Schulze - December 2019
Marin County At Large:   terry pebbles - december 2017
Mill Valley: Sandy Ross - December 2017
Novato: Herb Rowland Jr. - December 2016
Petaluma: Steve Ayala - December 2016
Rohnert Park: Paul Libeu - December 2016
Ross: paul sagues - December 2017
San Anselmo: William Holland - December 2016
San Rafael: pamela harlem - december 2017
Santa Rosa: art deicke - december 2017
Sausalito: Vacant
Sebastopol: Una Glass - December 2017
Sonoma: Laurie GALLIAN - December 2018
Sonoma At Large: Tamara Davis - December 2018
Sonoma At Large: Richard Stabler - December 2017
Tiburon: Laura Fennema - DECEMBER 2016
Windsor: Martin Castro - December 2017

Staffing

Number of personnel: 31 total full time equivalent positions.
 
Current management contacts:
District Manager: Philip Smith
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(707) 285-2200
Attorney: Janet coleson
(707) 285-2200
Assistant Manager:  Erik Hawk
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(707) 285-2200
 
Financial/Benefits Manager: Vicki Hausknecht
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(707) 285-2200
Land Area: 2,300 square miles.
Population: 736,000
Areas Served: All of Marin and Sonoma Counties.
Budget: Total Operating Revenue, Fiscal Year 2014-15: $8,277,287.
Services: Protecting the health and welfare of the community from mosquitoes and vector-borne disease.  In addition to mosquito abatement MSMVCD also offers free delivery of mosquitofish for permanent ponds or water features, treatment of in ground yellowjacket nests and rodent advice & inspections. 

Strawberry Recreation District

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Offices

118 East Strawberry Drive
Mill Valley, CA 94941
Phone: (415) 383-6494
Fax: (415) 383-6635
 
Hours: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday
 

Board Meetings

2nd Tuesday Monthly, 7:00 pm
Strawberry Recreation Center,
First Floor Meeting Room
118 East Strawberry Drive
Mill Valley

District Board

The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors elected to four-year terms.
 
Membership and expiration dates:
Peter Teese - November 2018
Pam Bohner - November 2016
Jeff Francis - November 2018
Sylvia Marino - November 2018
Cale Nichols - November 2016

Staffing

Number of personnel: 3 total full time equivalent positions.
 
Current management contacts:
District Manager: Leanne Kreuzer
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(415) 383-6494
Attorney: Jenna brady
(415) 473-2719
 
 
Land Area: 1.3 square miles.
Population: 5,393 (as of 2010)
Areas Served: Strawberry Peninsula.
Budget: Total Operating Revenue, Fiscal Year 2016-17: $1,983,600.
Services: Parks and recreation, solid waste removal.