The organizers of the Marin City Stormwater Plan are hosting a Community Meeting on Saturday March 9 to go over concepts being studied as part of developing a community led Stormwater Plan.
Some of the concepts involve proposed drainage features near Gate 6 and Gate 6 ½.
The meeting will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room of the MLK School – Phillips Drive campus.
During storm season and high tides, Marin City is regularly impacted by flooding tied to challenging drainage issues. This flooding may worsen and occur more frequently as climate change disrupts weather patterns, strengthens atmospheric river events, and raises sea levels. Marin County’s Flood District and the Marin City community are collaborating to address these issues for the health and safety of the community. The Marin City Stormwater Plan aims to develop a public stormwater infrastructure plan that will guide the potential implementation of future project concepts and help to attract grant funding. This meeting provides an opportunity for floating home residents to understand and provide input to the plan’s concepts and to help prioritize what is important to the community.