Current topics of interest

The San Rafael Parks and Recreation Commission is gathering community input on desired park improvements.  



Meet and Greet new Councilmember John Gamblin  Wednesday, March 18, 7-9 pm
Christ Presbyterian Church, 720 Del Ganado

Meet and Greet new Supervisor Damon Connolly
​Wednesday, June 17, 7-9 pm
Mark your calendar - date is not confirmed yet

,NSRCR nominates Jean Starkweather for the 2015 Richard P. O'Brien Citizen of the Year Award.

Residents 'horrified' by Mark Day School renovation plans - Marin IJ

Live Long, Live Well: Area Agency on Aging Area Plan 2012 - 2016.  Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Update.

San Rafael Police Department has issued an alert for phone scams.

and Use vs. Fiscal Issues - a Balancing Act  ...More.

Best Bets and Newslets   ...Link.

Gallinas Watershed Council ...web site.

Sustainable San Rafael  ...web site.

San Rafael City Manager's Snapshot.

Marin County Supervisor's District 1 Newsletter.

County of Marin Board Actions and Issues. 

2009 International Property Maintenance Code.

ZONING ORDINANCE INTERPRETATIONS AND POLICY STATEMENTS - City of San Rafael:  Fences in Front Yard and Street Side Yard Setbacks






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The North San Rafael Coalition of Residents (NSRCR) serves as an umbrella and advocacy group for all neighborhoods in San Rafael and Marin County within the 94903 zip code, north of Puerto Suello Hill.
Contact information

NSRCR Chair: 
Carolyn Lenert

email: 
carolynrealestate@msn.com

phone: 
499-9234

address:  
North San Rafael 
Coalition of Residents
P.O. Box 6642
San Rafael, CA 94903        

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Photos taken at Supervisor Damon Connolly's Swearing in Ceremony
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Supervisor Damon Connolly's

Open letter to the residents of 
North San Rafael Coalition of Residents

I am honored to serve as your representative on the Marin County Board of Supervisors. While campaigning during the election, I had the opportunity to meet many of you at your doorsteps and at community forums where we were able to discuss issues of importance to this neighborhood.

 I’ve also appreciated the opportunity to “gear up” for the job for the past seven months by meeting with community leaders, attending community gatherings and attending briefings on housing and environment, traffic, community planning, watershed issues and local schools.

 I pledged in the campaign to bring a collaborative style to the Civic Center, and, above all, to listen closely to your concerns. I also promised to bring a fresh perspective and an improved relationship to bear on the many issues of mutual concern shared by the unincorporated neighborhoods and the City of San Rafael, where I previously served as Vice Mayor. 

I will be holding frequent office hours in the community and also will be available at my office in the Civic Center. Please feel free to contact me directly at dconnolly@marincounty.org or by phone at 415-473-7331. 

My two aides are also at your service. Many of you know Susannah Clark from her years working at the Civic Center. Susannah’s email is sclark@marincounty.org. And Christopher Callaway will bring new energy to our team. Chris’ email is ccallaway@marincounty.org.

 As we set priorities for 2015 and beyond, your input is vital. I’d like to know what concerns you most about the community, and as importantly, your satisfaction with the progress on the issues. I know you are well represented by your City Council, but my door is always open to hear your concerns on issues affecting our community as well.

  The top issues that I heard during the campaign were: 1) Education/Quality of Schools; 2) Transportation; 3) Housing; 4) Climate change; 5) Local Infrastructure (Roads, drains, sidewalks); 6) Homelessness; and 7) Maintaining our open space. 

I look forward to being of service to the community.

                                         Damon Connolly
                                  Marin County Supervisor
                                  District 1

The audience cheers as newly elected Supervisor Damon Connolly is sworn in Tuesday in the Board of Supervisors chambers.​
​Connolly's acceptance speech.


Click on the link above to watch the swearing in ceremony for Supervisor Damon Connolly.