- API data.marincounty.org | Last Updated 2019-09-10T17:42:29.000Z
The annual, street pavement condition of cities and the unincorporated area of Marin County. Data starts in 2003 and is updated annually. Pavement condition is measured using the Pavement Condition Index (PCI), as described below. "Pavement condition index (PCI) relies upon a three-year moving average for regional, county, and city PCI to improve the reliability of the PCI data on an annual basis. The index ranges from 0 to 100, with 0 representing a failed road and 100 representing a brand-new facility. Segment PCI data is collected on a rolling basis but is imputed for interim years based on facility age and treatments using the MTC StreetSaver system." Source: Metropolitan Transportation Commission Vital Signs website
- API data.marincounty.org | Last Updated 2019-08-02T16:33:54.000Z
The fleet of vehicles, trailers and other equipment used outside that is owned by Marin County as of a specified date. Data includes vehicle make, model, model year, vehicle class and which organization in the County uses the vehicle. Vehicles include passenger cars, construction vehicles, police emergency vehicles, fire emergency vehicles, and landscaping vehicles. Other equipment used outside includes trailers, flood control pumps, generators, and other. The oldest vehicles have model years in the 1980's. Data is updated annually.
- API data.marincounty.org | Last Updated 2019-12-06T00:40:46.000Z
Legal boundries of Marin County including embedded shoreline
- API data.marincounty.org | Last Updated 2019-12-08T08:46:02.000Z
Information about residential and commercial building permit inspections processed by, and under the jurisdiction of, Marin County. Data is updated daily, and covers the time period beginning January 1, 2014 until the present. The related <a href="https://data.marincounty.org/County-Government/Building-Permit/mkbn-caye" target=_blank>Building Permit</a> dataset has permits for building permit inspections. It has a common data column, Permit Tracking ID. Advanced analysis tools can be used to analyze both permits and their inspections.
- API data.marincounty.org | Last Updated 2019-12-07T00:01:07.000Z
Marin Friendly Garden Walks performed by Master Gardeners on Marin County residential properties that are connected to the Marin Municipal Water District (MMWD). The specialized and free walks by the knowledgeable and trained Master Gardeners focus on the many ways a homeowner can save water through improved garden landscaping choices, and improved water irrigation and conservation practices. A written report is provided to each homeowner. The program is administered by the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE). It is funded by various entities including Marin County and MMWD. Data is updated quarterly and begins in 2008.
- API data.marincounty.org | Last Updated 2019-08-30T19:24:59.000Z
Information about each regular hire* employee at specific points in time, at the end of each calendar year. Employee-related information includes ethnicity, gender and age range. Age range can change from year to year. Job-related information includes date of regular hire, type of regular hire, date of any termination, department, title, SOC job code, SOC job code description, EEO4 job code and management level. Data is at the end of each calendar year for each of 2013 through 2018. Data is updated annually. Hire dates for regular hire employees hired before 2013 are all set to December 31, 2012, so accurate employee longevity counts cannot be determined. Employee numbers in the data set are masked, and are not actual employee numbers. * Regular hire employees have full salaries and benefits and do not have fixed terms on their employment.
- API data.marincounty.org | Last Updated 2019-08-29T20:44:57.000Z
Budgeted expenses for the County of Marin for Fiscal Years 2019-2020; 2018-2019; 2017-2018; and 2016-2017. Each Fiscal Year begins July 1 and ends the following June 30. Expenses are broken out by department, program, and budget category.
- API data.marincounty.org | Last Updated 2019-12-04T01:00:02.000Z
List of Marin County checks that have been issued and distributed, but which remain uncashed 6 months after their issue date ("stale" checks). List excludes checks that are considered confidential and exempt from disclosure. This information is updated monthly. In accordance with Government Code §29802, uncashed County checks are void and become stale after 6 months. Uncashed County checks that are lost or destroyed may be reissued up to 2 years from the stale date (2 years and 6 months from the date of issuance) when a valid Affidavit is filed certifying the loss or destruction, and after a review of records indicates the check was not previously reissued. An uncashed, stale County check that is more than 2 years and 6 months old may be reissued only upon receipt of the original check, and if a review of records indicates the check was not previously reissued. If your check has been lost/destroyed or stale-dated, please fill out this form and follow the included instructions to obtain a replacement check: <a href="/api/views/er4x-svwp/files/aedd84a5-6f45-4d8d-982d-a22e31c74b72?download=true&filename=Affidavit%20to%20Obtain%20Reissue%20of%20Lost%20or%20Destroyed%20Check.pdf" style="">Affidavit to Obtain Reissue of Lost or Destroyed Check.pdf</a> <br>
- API data.marincounty.org | Last Updated 2019-08-02T18:46:46.000Z
Annual greenhouse gas emissions (CO2 emissions) by either electricity or natural gas energy source. Covers the years 2005 through 2016. This data is gathered by the Marin Climate and Energy Partnership (MCEP), a group of representatives from all of Marin’s towns and cities, Marin County, Marin Municipal Water District, Marin Clean Energy, and the Transportation Authority of Marin. The purpose of the program is to assist Marin agencies to assess, prioritize and implement greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction and other conservation activities. For more information about MCEP, please visit <a href="http://marinclimate.org" target =_blank style="">marinclimate.org</a> To learn more about climate change and energy metrics in Marin County, please visit <a href="http://marintracker.org" target =_blank>marintracker.org</a> <br>
- API data.marincounty.org | Last Updated 2018-05-21T21:46:39.000Z
Maps, charts and data showing street pavement conditions, using a standardized measure called Pavement Condition Index (PCI). Covers select-able Counties and Cities throughout the nine County San Francisco Bay Area, including the County of Marin.