3501 Civic Center Drive
San Rafael, CA 94903
Phone: (415) 473-7331
Fax: (415) 473-3645
Email Supervisor Rodoni
Listen every Wednesday at 10am or 5pm for Supervisor Rodoni’s Weekly Update streaming at KWMR.org or via radio in West Marin (90.5 Pt. Reyes; 89.9 Bolinas; 92.3 The Valley).
Past episodes are also available on KWMR’s radio archives.
Welcome to the District Four website. Please use this website to communicate with my staff, follow my activities, help navigate the county departments, and find links to important services by community partners. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter and communications.
I am both grateful and humbled by your trust in me to represent you. As your Supervisor I serve the most diverse and the largest geographical area in Marin County. It is a challenge that continues to excite me every day. By working together, we can continue to protect Marin's environment, agriculture, and its residents.
District 4 includes Homestead Valley, Corte Madera, Larkspur, Greenbrae, San Quentin Village, East San Rafael, West Novato, and the wide expanse of rural and coastal West Marin: San Geronimo Valley, Panoramic Highway and Muir Beach all the way to Dillon Beach. These culturally and geographically diverse neighborhoods deserve the respect and protection of the County of Marin.
I am honored to be your voice in County government.
My staff and I are happy to hear from you, by phone, email or Zoom. When we can, we will welcome you to visit us at the Civic Center and attend a Board of Supervisor meeting in person. In the meantime, you can find us 'virtually in the community' at our office hours. (Learn more about how you can participate in our BOS meetings virtually.)
Supervisor Rodoni has hosted over 100 open office hours or “mini-town halls” where he, his aides and county staff connect directly with community members, hearing and responding to community concerns. Please check Supervisor Rodoni’s Office Hours for more information and details.
District 4 Map
If you would like a more detailed view, visit our larger Geographic Information System (GIS) Interactive Map of District 4.