Spawning Season Continues in Lagunitas Creek
From the top of the Mt. Tam watershed, to the pipeline project in your neighborhood, Marin Water staff work 24/7 to protect our water supply and support our community. Stay up to date about news and events happening at Marin Water. Reach out any time with questions, or for more information. We are here to help.
Our Mt. Tamalpais watershed typically sees more than 2 million visitors annually. And since the pandemic started in the spring, we have seen a large increase in visitors using our watershed trails, roads and relaxing alongside our reservoirs.
These are stressful times, and the Mt. Tam watershed is a precious community resource. The watershed is open to all visitors, for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Visit this page for more information about recreation activities on the watershed.
Please be respectful and share the roads and trails. We ask that all our visitors maintain at least 6 feet of physical distancing, and please wear a mask if you cannot maintain that distance. If you are not feeling well, or if you have a fever, please do not visit the watershed until you are feeling better.
Let’s work together to create a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone.
There is no doubt, these are challenging times for all of us. COVID-19 has created uncertainty about what lies ahead. Your water is one thing you don’t have to worry about. If you need help paying your bill, we offer discount programs and payment plans. We also offer discounts for those with medical needs. Rest assured that your water will not be turned off due to nonpayment, and there will be no late fees if you fall behind.
To learn more about our discounted rate programs and eligibility requirements, click here.
While our Corte Madera offices are temporarily closed due to the pandemic, we are still on the job. You can reach our customer service team during our normal business hours, Mondays through Friday, from 8 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. at 415.945.1400 or email CustomerService@MarinWater.org.
For water emergencies, our Operations Center is open 24/7 and available at 415.945.1500.
Marin Water is installing a new pipeline under a portion of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in Kentfield, replacing old pipes that date back to 1920.
The new pipeline, which also has features that will improve its seismic reliability, is part of our ongoing work to upgrade aging infrastructure and improve the overall reliability of our system. The cost of the project is $3.9 million, and the majority of the work will occur at night to minimize traffic disruptions. Drivers in the area can expect partial lane closures and some traffic delays.
Construction is being done in tandem with Marin County’s Sir Francis Drake Boulevard Rehabilitation Project, “Upgrade the Drake,” to reduce costs and minimize disruptions. Construction began in June and continues through June of 2022. To learn more, call 415.688.7613 or visit www.upgradethedrake.com.
Looking for some easy ways to trim your water bill and help conserve our precious water resources? Consider taking advantage of these indoor and outdoor rebates that will help you save water and money.
Learn more about our rebates and incentives here.