Marin Local Agency Formation Commission

Planning Agency / Subdivision of the State of California

Fire Protection Districts

((Section 13800 et seq. State Health and Safety Cod)

A fire protection district may provide fire protection services including ambulance services, rescue and first aid services, clearing of land, adoption of fire prevention ordinances, issuance of burning permits and dissemination of fire prevention information. A district may establish special fire protection zones when improvements are made which benefit only a portion of the district or for similar purposes. A district may consist of any incorporated and unincorporated territories which have not been declared the responsibility of the state for fire protection. The board of directors may be composed of one of the following alternatives: * The supervising authority (If the district includes only incorporated territory, this would be the city council; if more than one city is included, it would be the city council of the city with the largest population; if any unincorporated territory is included, the supervising authority is the board of supervisors.) * Five members appointed by the supervising authority * Five or eleven members appointed by and from the board of supervisors and by and from the city councils of the cities included within the district * Three or five members to be elected, generally, under the provisions of the Uniform District Election Law

Bolinas Fire Protection District

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Offices

Office Address:
100 Mesa Road
Bolinas, CA 94924
Phone: (415) 868-1566
Fax: (415) 868-2009
 
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 126
Bolinas, CA  94924
 
Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday
 

Board Meetings

4th Monday Monthly, 7:00 pm
District Office
100 Mesa Road
Bolinas

District Board

The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors elected to four-year terms.
 
Membership and expiration dates: 
Ed Chiera - November 2016
David Kimball - November 2016
Sydney Bass - November 2016
ANNA GADE - November 2018
JUDITH SHAW - Novemeber 2018

Staffing

Number of personnel: 2.5 total full time equivalent positions.
 
Current management contacts:
Fire Chief: Anita Brown
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(415) 868-1566 
Attorney: County Counsel
(415) 473-6117
Clerk: Molly Brown
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(415) 868-1566
 
Land Area: 10.5 square miles.
Population: 2000 (as of 2015)
Areas Served: Town of Bolinas, Highway 1 from the town of Bolinas south to Volunteer Canyon, Highway 1 north to Dogtown.
Budget: Total Operating Revenue, Fiscal Year 2014-15: $693,839.
Services: Fire protection & emergency medical aid, disaster planning and response, fire prevention and education.

Kentfield Fire Protection District

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Offices

1004 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard
Kentfield, CA 94904
Phone: (415) 453-7464
Fax: (415) 453-4578
 
Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday

Board Meetings

3rd Wednesday Monthly, 6:30 pm
Kentfield Fire Station
1004 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard
Kentfield

District Board

The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors elected to four-year terms.
 
Membership and expiration dates: 
Ron Naso - November 2017
BARRY EVERGETTIS - November 2017
Steven Gerbsman - November 2017
Bruce Corbet - November 2020
Michael Murray - November 2020

Staffing

Number of personnel: 12 total full time equivalent positions.
 
Current management contacts: 
Fire Chief: MARK POMI
(415) 453-7464
Attorney: County Counsel
(415) 473-6117
District Secretary: Sharon Mulkeen
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(415) 453-7464
 
Land Area: 3.8 square miles.
Population: 10,000 (as of 1998)
Areas Served: Kentfield, Greenbrae, Kent Woodlands and Del Mesa.
Budget: Total Operating Revenue, Fiscal Year 2015-16: $484,319.
Services: Fire protection and emergency medical service, public service (HAZ MAT first responder), fire inspection, code enforcement, public education, fire investigation and rescue.

Marin County Fire Department

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Offices

Office Address:
33 Castle Rock Road
Woodacre, CA 94973
Phone: (415) 473-6717
Fax: (415) 473-7820
 
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 518
Woodacre, CA  94973
 
Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday
 

Board Meetings

Every Tuesday, 10:00 am
Board Chambers
3501 Civic Center Drive, Room 330
San Rafael

District Board

The District is governed by the Marin County Board of Supervisors.
 
Membership and expiration dates:
District 1 - Damon Connolly 2019
District 2 - Katie Rice 2017
District 3 - Kathrin Sears 2017
District 4 - Steve Kinsey 2017
District 5 - Judy Arnold 2019

Staffing

Number of personnel: 83 total full time equivalent positions.
 
Current management contacts:
Fire Chief: Jason Weber
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(415) 473-6717
Attorney: County Counsel
(415) 473-6117
Administrative Officer:  Phoenicia Thomas
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(415) 473-2631
 
Land Area: 250 square miles.
Population: 13,000 (as of 2000).
Areas Served: Tomales, Point Reyes Station, Marin City, Ross Valley, Mt. Tamalpais, Woodacre, San Geronimo Valley.
Budget: Total Operating Revenue, Fiscal Year 2012-2013: $19,465,728.
Services: Fire protection & prevention, hazardous materials, ambulance/paramedic service and emergency services.

Novato Fire Protection District

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Offices

95 Rowland Way
Novato, CA 94945
Phone: (415) 878-2690
Fax: (415) 878-2660
 
Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday

Board Meetings

1st Wednesday Monthly, 6:00 pm
Novato Fire Station 61
7025 Redwood Boulevard
Novato

District Board

The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors elected to four-year terms.
 
Membership and expiration dates:
Worth "Skip" Fenner, Jr. - December 2017
Steve Metcho - December 2019
Bill Davis - December 2017
Lj Silverman - December 2019
Jim Galli - December 2019

Staffing

Number of personnel: 86 total full time equivalent positions.
 
Current management contacts:
Fire Chief: Mark Heine
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(415) 878-2690
Attorney: Riley Hurd, Ragghianti Freitas LLP
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(415) 453-9433
Clerk: Denise Wade
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(415) 878-2690
 
Land Area: 71 square miles.
Population: 65,000 (estimated).
Areas Served: The Novato Fire District is located in the northern most section of Marin County. It encompasses approximately 71 square miles. It is bounded on the north by San Antonio Creek and Sonoma County, by Pacheco Grade and the community of Marinwood to the south, by the Petaluma River and San Pablo Bay to the east, and westerly to a point approximately three miles past Stafford Lake. The City of Novato is served by the District.
Budget: Total Operating Revenue, Fiscal Year 2013-14: $23,175,789.
Services: Fire protection and ambulance (paramedic).

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