MERA Next Generation Project Update
The Marin Emergency Radio Authority (MERA) has completed a Final Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) for the proposed Next Generation Radio Communications System Project.
Background: The MERA radio system is vital for emergency countywide communication between police, firefighters and public works crews. The emergency communications system is a network of radio antennas and equipment linked with microwave connections. However, the combination of older equipment and recent changes to frequency requirements now require an upgrade of the system.
Planning and Building services have shifted to virtual appointments only (i.e. phone, email or a virtual meeting) and are limited to “essential services,” based on the Marin County Health Officer Shelter in Place Order (“Order”). Please note that local requirements continue to change, so please check the City webpage for updates.
Effective Monday March 16, 2020 Mill Valley Recreation closing facilities and cancelling classes, programs & events until further notice.
Spring | Summer Registration Opens Tuesday, February 25th and Includes Enrichment, Youth & Adult Classes, Swim Lessons, Summer Camps and More!
Marin Issues Restrictions For Short-Term Rentals. The new Order halts vacation rentals and limits use to COVID-19 response needs.
A “Shelter at Home” Order is in place from Marin County now through May 3, 2020. This is a legal order that limits activity, travel and business functions only to the most essential needs of the community. The purpose of this Order is to keep people at home to reduce the exposure and transmission of COVID-19.