Contents 1 History 2 Geography 2.1 National protected areas 2.2 State and local protected areas 2.2.1 State parks 2.3 Marine Protected Areas of Marin County 3 Ecology 4 Demographics 4.1 2011 4.1.1 Places by population, race, and income 4.2 2010 4.3 2000 4.4 Life expectancy 4.5 Race and ethnicity 4.6 Religion 4.7 Place of birth 4.8 Language 4.9 Ancestry 4.10 Income 5 Government and infrastructure 5.1 Politics 5.1.1 Voter registration statistics 5.1.1.1 Cities by population and voter registration 5.1.2 Overview 5.2 "Marin County hot-tubber" 6 Transportation 6.1 Major highways 6.2 Scenic roads 6.3 Public transportation 6.4 Airports 7 Education 8 Culture 9 Economy 10 Media 11 Notable people 12 Communities 12.1 Cities 12.2 Census-designated places 12.3 Unincorporated communities 12.4 Population ranking 13 In popular culture 14 See also 15 Notes 16 References 17 External links


History[edit] Marin County is one of the original 27 counties of California, created February 18, 1850, following adoption of the California Constitution of 1849 and just months before the state was admitted to the Union.[10] The Mission San Rafael Arcángel According to General Mariano Vallejo, who headed an 1850 committee to name California's counties, the county was named for "Marin", great chief of the tribe Licatiut". Marin had been named Huicmuse until he was baptized as "Marino" at about age 20. Marin / Marino was born into the Huimen people, a Coast Miwok tribe of Native Americans who inhabited the San Rafael area. Vallejo believed that "Chief Marin" had waged several fierce battles against the Spanish. Marino definitely did reside at Mission Dolores (in modern San Francisco) much of the time from his 1801 baptism and marriage until 1817, frequently serving as a baptism witness and godfather; he may have escaped and been recaptured at some point during that time. Starting in 1817, he served as an alcalde (in effect, an overseer) at the San Rafael Mission, where he lived from 1817 off and on until his death. In 1821, Marino served as an expedition guide for the Spanish for a couple of years before escaping and hiding out for some months in the tiny Marin Islands (also named after him); his recapture resulted in a yearlong incarceration at the Presidio before his return to the Mission San Rafael area for about 15 years until his death in 1839.[11] Another version of the origin of the county name is that the bay between San Pedro Point and San Quentin Point was named Bahía de Nuestra Señora del Rosario la Marinera in 1775, and that Marin is simply an abbreviation of this name.[12] The Coast Miwok Indians were hunters and gatherers whose ancestors had occupied the area for thousands of years. About 600 village sites have been identified in the county. The Coast Miwok numbered in the thousands. Today, there are few left and even fewer with any knowledge of their Coast Miwok lineage. Efforts are being made so that they are not forgotten.[13] Francis Drake and the crew of the Golden Hind was thought to have landed on the Marin coast in 1579 claiming the land as Nova Albion. A bronze plaque inscribed with Drake's claim to the new lands, fitting the description in Drake's own account, was discovered in 1933. This so-called Drake's Plate of Brass was revealed as a hoax in 2003.[14] In 1595, Sebastian Cermeno lost his ship, the San Agustin, while exploring the Marin Coast. The Spanish explorer Vizcaíno landed about twenty years after Drake in what is now called Drakes Bay. However the first Spanish settlement in Marin was not established until 1817 when Mission San Rafael Arcángel was founded partly in response to the Russian-built Fort Ross to the north in what is now Sonoma County.[citation needed] Mission San Rafael Arcángel was founded in what is now downtown San Rafael as the 20th Spanish mission in the colonial Mexican province of Alta California by four priests, Father Narciso Duran from Mission San Jose, Father Abella from Mission San Francisco de Asís, Father Gil y Taboada and Father Mariano Payeras, the President of the Missions, on December 14, 1817, four years before Mexico gained independence from Spain.[citation needed]


Geography[edit] According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 828 square miles (2,140 km2), of which 520 square miles (1,300 km2) is land and 308 square miles (800 km2) (37.2%) is water.[15] It is the fourth-smallest county in California by land area. According to the records at the County Assessor-Recorder's Office, as of June 2006, Marin had 91,065 acres (369 km2) of taxable land, consisting of 79,086 parcels with a total tax basis of $39.8 billion. These parcels are divided into the following classifications: Parcel Type Tax ID Quantity Value Vacant 10 6,900 $508.17 million Single Family Residential 11 61,264 $30,137.02 million Mobile Home 12 210 $7.62 million House Boat 13 379 $61.83 million Multi Family Residential 14 1,316 $3,973.51 million Industrial Unimproved 40 113 $12.24 million Industrial Improved 41 562 $482.83 million Commercial Unimproved 50 431 $97.89 million Commercial Improved 51 7,911 $4,519.64 million The view of the Golden Gate Bridge from the Marin Headlands Stinson Beach is one of the most popular beaches in West Marin Geographically, the county forms a large, southward-facing peninsula, with the Pacific Ocean to the west, San Pablo Bay, and San Francisco Bay to the east, and – across the Golden Gate – the city of San Francisco to the south. Marin County's northern border is with Sonoma County. Most of the county's population resides on the eastern side, with a string of communities running along San Francisco Bay, from Sausalito to Tiburon to Corte Madera to San Rafael. The interior contains large areas of agricultural and open space; West Marin, through which State Route 1 runs alongside the California coast, contains many small unincorporated communities whose economies depend on agriculture and tourism. West Marin has beaches which are popular destinations for surfers and tourists year-round. Notable features of the shoreline along the San Francisco Bay include the Sausalito shoreline, Richardson Bay, the Tiburon Peninsula, Ring Mountain, and Triangle Marsh at Corte Madera. Further north lies San Quentin State Prison along the San Rafael shoreline. National protected areas[edit] Golden Gate National Recreation Area (part) Marin Islands National Wildlife Refuge Muir Woods National Monument Point Reyes National Seashore San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge (part) Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary (part) State and local protected areas[edit] The Marin County Department of Parks and Open Space manages numerous county parks and open spaces, including Stafford Lake County Park. The Marin Municipal Water District has 130 miles of trails. State parks[edit] Angel Island State Park China Camp State Park Mount Tamalpais State Park Olompali State Historic Park Samuel P. Taylor State Park Tomales Bay State Park Marine Protected Areas of Marin County[edit] Like underwater parks, these marine-protected areas help conserve ocean wildlife and marine ecosystems: Estero Americano State Marine Recreational Management Area Estero de San Antonio State Marine Recreational Management Area Point Reyes State Marine Reserve & Point Reyes State Marine Conservation Area Estero de Limantour State Marine Reserve & Drakes Estero State Marine Conservation Area Duxbury Reef State Marine Conservation Area


Ecology[edit] This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Mount Tamalpais is the highest peak in the Marin Hills and can be seen here from Berkeley, California Marin County is considered in the California Floristic Province, a zone of extremely high biodiversity and endemism. There are numerous ecosystems present, including Coastal Strand, oak woodland, mixed evergreen forest, and Coast Redwood Forests chaparral and riparian zones. There are also a considerable number of protected plant and animal species present: Fauna include the California Red-legged Frog (Rana aurora draytonii) and California freshwater shrimp while flora include Marin Dwarf Flax, Hesperolinon congestum; Tiburon Jewelflower, Streptanthus niger; and Tiburon Indian paintbrush, Castilleja neglecta. Muir Woods National Monument, which is located on the Pacific coast of southwestern Marin County, California A number of watersheds exist in Marin County, including Walker Creek, Lagunitas Creek, Miller Creek, and Novato Creek. Notably, the Lagunitas Creek Watershed is home to the largest-remaining wild run of Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in Central California. These coho are part of the "Central California Coast Evolutionarily Significant Unit,[16]" or CCC ESU, and are listed as "endangered" at both the state and federal level. Significant efforts to protect and restore these fish[17] have been underway in the Watershed since the 1980s. Fifty-percent of historical salmon habitat is now behind dams. Strong efforts are also being made to protect and restore undammed, headwater reaches of this Watershed in the San Geronimo Valley, where upwards of 40% of the Lagunitas salmon spawn each year and where as much as 1/3 of the juvenile salmon (or fry) spend their entire freshwater lives. The "Salmon Protection and Watershed Network"[18] leads winter tours for the public to learn about and view these spawning salmon, and also leads year-round opportunities for the public to get involved in stream restoration, monitoring spawning and smolt outmigration, juvenile fish rescue and relocation in the summer, and advocacy and policy development. Around 490 different species of birds have been observed in Marin County.[19] Despite the lack of rain in the Marin County area due to historic drought levels,[20] in 2014, an estimated 20,000 juvenile Coho salmon made the migration from their spawning grounds in the Lagunitas Creek area to the Pacific Ocean. This increase in migration was significantly up from the previous historic record for the same migration measured in 2006 at 11,000.[21] In 2010, all of the county's beaches were listed as the cleanest in the state.[22]


Demographics[edit] 2011[edit] Population, race, and income Total population[23] 250,666   White[23] 200,333 79.9%   Black or African American[23] 7,481 3.0%   American Indian or Alaska Native[23] 793 0.3%   Asian[23] 13,992 5.6%   Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander[23] 511 0.2%   Some other race[23] 19,228 7.7%   Two or more races[23] 8,328 3.3%  Hispanic or Latino (of any race)[24] 37,344 14.9% Per capita income[25] $54,605 Median household income[26] $89,605 Median family income[27] $113,826 Places by population, race, and income[edit] Places by population and race Place Type[28] Population[23] White[23] Other[23] [note 1] Asian[23] Black or African American[23] Native American[23] [note 2] Hispanic or Latino (of any race)[24] Alto CDP 741 96.8% 3.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 16.5% Belvedere City 2,118 95.0% 3.4% 1.2% 0.4% 0.0% 7.6% Black Point-Green Point CDP 1,204 93.4% 5.8% 0.8% 0.0% 0.0% 7.8% Bolinas CDP 1,117 89.3% 1.7% 3.8% 5.2% 0.0% 4.7% Corte Madera Town 9,191 82.5% 3.7% 12.6% 1.2% 0.0% 3.7% Dillon Beach CDP 132 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Fairfax Town 7,410 91.7% 6.6% 0.9% 0.8% 0.0% 6.4% Inverness CDP 1,335 97.1% 1.1% 0.0% 1.8% 0.0% 3.7% Kentfield CDP 6,669 90.4% 3.7% 3.0% 1.2% 1.8% 5.5% Lagunitas-Forest Knolls CDP 2,307 73.0% 17.3% 2.0% 5.5% 2.2% 19.1% Larkspur City 11,870 88.6% 6.4% 3.1% 1.2% 0.7% 9.6% Lucas Valley-Marinwood CDP 5,909 85.8% 6.1% 6.2% 1.4% 0.4% 5.6% Marin City CDP 2,711 37.1% 13.4% 4.2% 45.0% 0.4% 14.8% Mill Valley City 13,810 87.8% 5.8% 5.2% 1.0% 0.1% 6.9% Muir Beach CDP 306 93.8% 0.0% 2.9% 3.3% 0.0% 0.0% Nicasio CDP 15 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Novato City 51,206 76.8% 13.5% 6.4% 2.8% 0.4% 16.9% Point Reyes Station CDP 853 61.9% 34.8% 0.0% 3.3% 0.0% 37.2% Ross Town 2,079 95.5% 2.6% 1.5% 0.0% 0.4% 4.7% San Anselmo Town 12,273 86.4% 7.0% 5.1% 1.3% 0.1% 6.6% San Geronimo CDP 383 93.5% 0.0% 1.3% 5.2% 0.0% 0.0% San Rafael City 57,374 72.1% 17.9% 6.3% 2.8% 0.9% 28.4% Santa Venetia CDP 4,799 85.3% 10.3% 3.8% 0.0% 0.6% 16.9% Sausalito City 7,047 93.4% 1.7% 4.8% 0.0% 0.1% 4.6% Sleepy Hollow CDP 2,277 93.6% 3.2% 3.2% 0.0% 0.0% 3.0% Stinson Beach CDP 448 86.4% 6.7% 6.9% 0.0% 0.0% 6.7% Strawberry CDP 5,765 75.1% 8.2% 11.3% 4.9% 0.5% 6.1% Tamalpais-Homestead Valley CDP 10,538 85.4% 5.0% 8.7% 0.8% 0.1% 3.9% Tiburon Town 8,895 91.5% 3.3% 4.4% 0.4% 0.3% 7.0% Tomales CDP 271 70.1% 18.5% 11.4% 0.0% 0.0% 11.1% Woodacre CDP 1,470 92.7% 0.0% 4.2% 3.1% 0.0% 2.3% Places by population and income Place Type[28] Population[29] Per capita income[25] Median household income[26] Median family income[27] Alto CDP 741 $61,750 $78,426 $78,935 Belvedere City 2,118 $118,518 $160,455 $190,500 Black Point-Green Point CDP 1,204 $76,341 $126,429 $135,250 Bolinas CDP 1,117 $38,233 $62,083 $66,042 Corte Madera Town 9,191 $62,824 $106,541 $132,717 Dillon Beach CDP 132 $71,340 $153,490 $153,802 Fairfax Town 7,410 $49,486 $97,992 $125,795 Inverness CDP 1,335 $46,192 $63,261 $76,827 Kentfield CDP 6,669 $91,579 $154,265 $200,660 Lagunitas-Forest Knolls CDP 2,307 $33,631 $86,111 $88,250 Larkspur City 11,870 $64,646 $86,046 $118,836 Lucas Valley-Marinwood CDP 5,909 $61,644 $123,239 $158,047 Marin City CDP 2,711 $33,857 $46,250 $51,650 Mill Valley City 13,810 $77,315 $109,759 $167,561 Muir Beach CDP 306 $95,802 $166,389 $171,205 Nicasio CDP 15 $45,020 $53,750 $53,750 Novato City 51,206 $41,575 $78,628 $95,961 Point Reyes Station CDP 853 $49,520 $84,405 $84,583 Ross Town 2,079 $86,812 $145,250 $168,125 San Anselmo Town 12,273 $53,033 $96,639 $122,823 San Geronimo CDP 383 $57,226 $113,558 $145,393 San Rafael City 57,374 $42,499 $71,343 $90,146 Santa Venetia CDP 4,799 $35,544 $64,200 $77,804 Sausalito City 7,047 $84,618 $110,040 $153,807 Sleepy Hollow CDP 2,277 $81,611 $159,259 $165,441 Stinson Beach CDP 448 $62,105 $104,583 $137,321 Strawberry CDP 5,765 $61,937 $84,050 $130,750 Tamalpais-Homestead Valley CDP 10,538 $65,141 $116,146 $136,250 Tiburon Town 8,895 $97,434 $136,250 $185,909 Tomales CDP 271 $42,263 $101,667 $100,833 Woodacre CDP 1,470 $39,204 $72,266 $89,107 2010[edit] Historical population Census Pop. %± 1850 323 — 1860 3,334 932.2% 1870 6,903 107.0% 1880 11,324 64.0% 1890 13,072 15.4% 1900 15,702 20.1% 1910 25,114 59.9% 1920 27,342 8.9% 1930 41,648 52.3% 1940 52,907 27.0% 1950 85,619 61.8% 1960 146,820 71.5% 1970 206,038 40.3% 1980 222,568 8.0% 1990 230,096 3.4% 2000 247,289 7.5% 2010 252,409 2.1% Est. 2016 260,651 [4] 3.3% U.S. Decennial Census[30] 1790–1960[31] 1900–1990[32] 1990–2000[33] 2010–2015[3] The 2010 United States Census reported that Marin County had a population of 252,409. The racial makeup of Marin County was 201,963 (80.0%) White, 6,987 (2.8%) African American, 1,523 (0.6%) Native American, 13,761 (5.5%) Asian, 509 (0.2%) Pacific Islander, 16,973 (6.7%) from other races, and 10,693 (4.2%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 39,069 persons (15.5%).[34] Demographic profile[35] 2010 2000 1990 1980 White 80.0% 84.0% 88.9% 92.8% Asian 5.5% 4.5% 4.0% 3.0% Black or African American 2.8% 2.9% 3.5% 2.5% American Indian and Alaska Native 0.6% 0.4% 0.4% 0.4% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 0.2% 0.2% Some other race 6.7% 4.5% Two or more races 4.2% 3.5% Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 15.5% 11.1% 7.4% 4.2% White alone 72.8% 78.6% 84.6% 89.8% Population reported at 2010 United States Census The County Total Population White African American Native American Asian Pacific Islander other races two or more races Hispanic or Latino (of any race) Marin County 252,409 201,963 6,987 1,523 13,761 509 16,973 10,693 39,069 Incorporated cities and towns Total Population White African American Native American Asian Pacific Islander other races two or more races Hispanic or Latino (of any race) Belvedere 2,068 1,940 3 0 58 7 18 42 72 Corte Madera 9,253 7,808 87 15 625 29 262 427 772 Fairfax 7,441 6,617 110 36 204 4 174 296 504 Larkspur 11,926 10,311 186 26 563 13 343 484 918 Mill Valley 13,903 12,341 118 23 755 14 152 500 622 Novato 51,904 39,443 1,419 286 3,428 117 4,693 2,518 11,046 Ross 2,415 2,265 6 2 45 3 19 75 94 San Anselmo 12,336 11,134 106 40 437 26 164 429 717 San Rafael 57,713 40,734 1,154 709 3,513 126 8,513 2,964 17,302 Sausalito 7,061 6,400 65 16 342 10 53 175 287 Tiburon 8,962 7,899 83 16 505 8 80 371 410 Census-designated place Total Population White African American Native American Asian Pacific Islander other races two or more races Hispanic or Latino (of any race) Alto 711 619 8 2 30 1 16 35 51 Black Point-Green Point 1,306 1,185 7 6 45 0 28 35 112 Bolinas 1,620 1,406 27 10 17 14 64 82 260 Dillon Beach 283 266 0 3 4 0 0 10 9 Inverness 1,304 1,212 15 8 16 2 19 32 79 Kentfield 6,485 5,908 35 10 224 7 95 206 299 Lagunitas-Forest Knolls 1,819 1,658 26 11 11 1 43 69 133 Lucas Valley-Marinwood 6,094 5,225 68 18 424 5 117 237 444 Marin City 2,666 1,037 1,017 15 287 21 120 169 365 Muir Beach 310 283 5 1 12 0 1 8 7 Nicasio 96 94 2 0 0 0 0 0 7 Point Reyes Station 848 725 7 3 10 0 73 30 155 San Geronimo 446 421 3 2 3 0 3 14 21 Santa Venetia 4,292 3,335 88 27 306 16 350 170 815 Sleepy Hollow 2,384 2,160 14 9 113 6 11 71 69 Stinson Beach 632 582 3 8 14 1 9 15 33 Strawberry 5,393 4,325 115 18 589 16 99 231 352 Tamalpais-Homestead Valley 10,735 9,449 91 24 592 28 121 430 499 Tomales 204 193 0 3 4 0 0 4 9 Woodacre 1,348 1,231 3 4 27 4 10 69 77 Unincorporated communities Total Population White African American Native American Asian Pacific Islander other races two or more races Hispanic or Latino (of any race) All others not CDPs (combined) 18,451 13,757 2,116 172 558 30 1,323 495 2,529 2000[edit] As of the census[36] of 2000, there were 247,289 people, 100,650 households, and 60,691 families residing in the county. The population density was 476 people per square mile (184/km²). There were 104,990 housing units at an average density of 202 per square mile (78/km²). The racial makeup of the county was 84.0% White, 2.9% Black or African American, 0.4% Native American, 4.5% Asian, 0.2% Pacific Islander, 4.5% from other races, and 3.5% from two or more races. 11.1% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race. In 2000, there were 100,650 households out of which 27.5% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 48.4% were married couples living together, 8.5% had a female householder with no husband present, and 39.7% were non-families. 29.8% of all households were made up of individuals and 9.6% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.34 and the average family size was 2.90. In the county, the population was spread out with 20.3% under the age of 18, 5.5% from 18 to 24, 31.0% from 25 to 44, 29.7% from 45 to 64, and 13.5% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 41 years. For every 100 females there were 98.2 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 96.4 males. Life expectancy[edit] According to the most recent data on U.S. life expectancy, published in 2010 by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, a female in Marin County could expect to live 85.0 years, the longest for any county in the United States. The national average is 80.8 years for a female.[37] Race and ethnicity[edit] According to the 2010 United States Census, the racial composition of Marin County was as follows: White: 72.8% (non-Hispanic) Hispanic or Latino (of any race): 15.5% Asian: 5.4% Two or more races: 2.9% Black: 2.6% (non-Hispanic) Native American: 0.2% Pacific Islander: 0.2% Other: 0.4% Religion[edit] Roman Catholic: 31.16% Protestant: 6.38% Mormon: 1.04% Other Christian: 1.36% Judaism: 1.8% Eastern religions: 1.33% Islam: 0.44% No religion: 56.5% [38][better source needed] Place of birth[edit] According to the 2006–2008 American Community Survey, 81.3% of Marin County's residents were native to the United States. Approximately 80.0% of the county's residents were born in one of the fifty states or born abroad to American parents. Foreign-born individuals made up the remaining 18.7% of the population. Latin America was the most common birthplace of foreign-born residents; those born in Latin America made up the plurality (42.2%) of Marin County's foreign population. Individuals born in Europe were the second largest foreign-born group; they made up 25.3% of Marin County's foreign population. Immigrants from Asia made up 23.7% of the county's foreign population. Those born in other parts of North America and Africa made up 3.9% and 3.8% of the foreign-born populace respectively. Lastly, residents born in Oceania made up a mere 1.2% of Marin County's foreign population. Source:[39] Language[edit] According to the 2006–2008 American Community Survey, English was the most commonly spoken language at home by residents over five years of age; those who spoke only English at home made up 77.1% of Marin County's residents. Speakers of non-English languages accounted for the remaining 22.9% of the population. Speakers of Spanish made up 11.7% of the county's residents, while speakers of other Indo-European languages made up 7.1% of the populace. Speakers of Asian languages and indigenous languages of the Pacific islands made up 3.4% of the population. The remaining 0.7% spoke other languages. Source:[39] Ancestry[edit] According to the 2007-2009 American Community Survey, there were 16 ancestries in Marin County that made up over 1.0% of its population. The 16 ancestries are listed below: Irish: 16.2% German: 15.4% English: 13.5% Italian: 9.1% Russian: 3.6% Scottish: 3.5% French: 3.4% Swedish: 2.6% Polish: 2.3% Scotch-Irish: 2.3% American: 2.3% Norwegian: 2.1% Dutch: 1.5% Portuguese: 1.3% Danish: 1.3% Swiss: 0.9% Source:[39] Income[edit] The median income for a household in the county was $71,306 and the median income for a family was $88,934. As of 2007, these figures had risen to $83,732 and $104,750.[40] In May 2010, the county had the lowest unemployment rate in California.[41] However, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in July 2010, Marin's unemployment rate rose to 8.3%.[42]


Government and infrastructure[edit] This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) San Quentin State Prison San Quentin State Prison of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is located in the county. San Quentin houses the male death row and the execution chamber of California.[43] Politics[edit] In the United States House of Representatives, Marin County is in California's 2nd congressional district, represented by Democrat Jared Huffman.[44] From 2008 to 2012, Huffman represented Marin County in the California State Assembly. In the California State Legislature, Marin County is in: the 10th Assembly District, represented by Democrat Marc Levine[45] the 2nd Senate District, represented by Democrat Mike McGuire. Voter registration statistics[edit] Population and registered voters Total population[23] 250,666   Registered voters[46][note 3] 154,250 61.5%     Democratic[46] 83,853 54.4%     Republican[46] 28,116 18.2%     Democratic–Republican spread[46] +55,737 +36.2%     American Independent[46] 3,303 2.1%     Green[46] 2,206 1.4%     Libertarian[46] 837 0.5%     Peace and Freedom[46] 254 0.2%     Americans Elect[46] 4 0.0%     Other[46] 426 0.3%     No party preference[46] 35,251 12.9% Cities by population and voter registration[edit] Cities by population and voter registration City Population[23] Registered voters[46] [note 3] Democratic[46] Republican[46] D–R spread[46] Other[46] No party preference[46] Belvedere 2,118 72.0% 38.2% 34.1% +4.1% 6.6% 23.9% Corte Madera 9,191 65.6% 55.7% 16.9% +38.8% 6.3% 23.3% Fairfax 7,410 73.2% 64.4% 7.1% +57.3% 9.1% 21.1% Larkspur 11,870 69.8% 54.7% 18.4% +36.3% 5.6% 23.2% Mill Valley 13,810 71.1% 61.5% 12.3% +49.2% 5.3% 22.6% Novato 51,206 57.9% 49.6% 23.3% +26.3% 7.7% 22.3% Ross 2,079 80.3% 42.9% 30.1% +12.8% 5.8% 23.5% San Anselmo 12,273 69.8% 62.0% 11.6% +50.4% 7.4% 21.0% San Rafael 57,374 51.5% 55.1% 17.9% +37.2% 6.3% 22.7% Sausalito 7,047 75.3% 52.1% 15.8% +36.3% 6.7% 27.6% Tiburon 8,895 67.8% 46.0% 25.0% +21.0% 5.4% 25.7% Overview[edit] Marin County vote by party in presidential elections[47] Year GOP DEM Others 2016 15.5% 21,771 77.3% 108,707 7.3% 10,205 2012 22.9% 30,880 74.1% 99,896 2.9% 3,955 2008 20.2% 28,384 77.8% 109,320 2.0% 2,866 2004 25.4% 34,378 73.2% 99,070 1.4% 1,877 2000 28.3% 34,872 64.3% 79,135 7.4% 9,148 1996 28.2% 32,714 58.0% 67,406 13.8% 16,020 1992 23.3% 30,479 58.3% 76,158 18.4% 24,070 1988 39.7% 46,855 58.9% 69,394 1.4% 1,671 1984 49.0% 56,887 49.6% 57,533 1.4% 1,630 1980 45.8% 49,678 36.2% 39,231 18.1% 19,598 1976 52.5% 53,425 42.9% 43,590 4.6% 4,700 1972 52.1% 54,123 45.6% 47,414 2.3% 2,346 1968 50.1% 41,422 43.8% 36,278 6.1% 5,055 1964 38.1% 28,682 61.7% 46,462 0.3% 220 1960 57.3% 37,620 42.5% 27,888 0.2% 157 1956 65.9% 33,792 33.8% 17,301 0.3% 151 1952 67.1% 31,178 31.9% 14,824 1.0% 475 1948 57.1% 18,747 38.2% 12,540 4.8% 1,568 1944 47.7% 13,304 52.0% 14,516 0.3% 76 1940 48.5% 10,974 50.2% 11,365 1.3% 301 1936 33.4% 6,211 65.4% 12,152 1.1% 209 1932 38.1% 6,480 57.5% 9,764 4.4% 752 1928 57.4% 7,862 41.5% 5,686 1.0% 140 1924 53.5% 5,780 6.1% 656 40.4% 4,364 1920 68.8% 5,375 21.6% 1,688 9.6% 750 1916 50.1% 4,328 43.8% 3,789 6.1% 530 1912 0.0% 0 44.5% 2,849 55.5% 3,551 1908 68.3% 2,732 24.6% 983 7.2% 288 1904 70.7% 2,199 24.8% 772 4.5% 139 1900 63.6% 1,681 34.2% 904 2.2% 59 1896 61.4% 1,448 37.1% 874 1.5% 36 1892 53.6% 1,186 42.9% 949 3.5% 78 For most of the 20th century, Marin County tended to vote Republican. From 1920 until 1984, the only Democrats to win there were Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson. However, the brand of Republicanism prevailing in Marin County was historically a moderate one. Like most of the historically Republican suburbs of the Bay Area, it became friendlier to Democrats as the GOP moved rightward nationally. In 1984, it very narrowly voted for Walter Mondale and has supported the Democratic candidate in every presidential election since then. Since the 1990s, it has become one of the Democrats' major strongholds in both California and the nation. Out of California counties, only San Francisco County and Alameda County voted more Democratic in the 2008 Presidential election. Marin County vote by party in gubernatorial elections Year GOP DEM 2014 20.7% 18,147 79.4% 69,751 2010 27.1% 30,920 70.4% 80,236 2006 45.8% 48,439 47.7% 50,441 2003 42.6% 41,640 48.7% 47,522 2002 27.9% 24,520 56.2% 49,512 1998 26.9% 27,392 68.9% 70,108 1994 43.4% 45,983 53.4% 56,665 1990 36.8% 35,563 59.2% 57,255 1986 56.5% 51,693 41.2% 37,686 1982 42.8% 42,260 53.2% 52,534 1978 33.5% 29,888 55.8% 49,759 1974 51.2% 40,619 45.8% 36,384 1970 56.6% 43,092 41.4% 31,525 1966 57.2% 40,411 42.8% 30,230 1962 53.7% 32,720 45.4% 27,664 Marin has been slightly more competitive when voting for governor. In 2006, Arnold Schwarzenegger lost the county by just under 2,000 votes. Marin has voted for many gubernatorial candidates who went on to become high-profile national figures, including Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Jerry Brown, and Dianne Feinstein. On November 4, 2008, the citizens of Marin County voted strongly against Proposition 8, a constitutional amendment which eliminated the right of same-sex couples to marry, by a 75.1 percent to 24.9 percent margin. The official tally was 103,341 against and 34,324 in favor.[48] Only San Francisco County voted against the measure by a wider margin (75.2% against).[49] According to the California Secretary of State, as of October 22, 2012, Marin County has 155,025 registered voters, out of 176,604 eligible (87.78%). Of those, 84,374 (54.43%) are registered Democrats, 28,458 (18.36%) are registered Republicans, 7,000 (4.51%) are registered with other political parties, and 35,193 (22.70%) have declined to state a political party.[50] Democrats hold wide voter-registration majorities in all political subdivisions in Marin County, except for the affluent city of Belvedere, in which Democrats only hold a 60-vote (3.95%) registration advantage. Democrats' largest registration advantage in Marin is in the town of Fairfax, wherein there are only 391 Republicans (7.2%) out of 5,441 total voters compared to 3,496 Democrats (64.25%) and 1,145 voters who have declined to state a political party (21.04%). The last time Marin elected a Republican to represent them in the United States House of Representatives was William S. Mailliard in 1972. The last competitive race for the U.S. House of Representatives in Marin was in 1982 when Barbara Boxer was first elected. The longest serving representative of Marin in congress was Clarence F. Lea who served in the House from 1917 to 1949. Due to the rapidly expanding nature of California's population, Marin's congressional district has changed numerous times over the decades. The county has been part of the 2nd congressional district of California since 2012; the only other time it was part of the 2nd district was 1902–12. It has also been part of the 1st (1894–1902 and 1912–66), 3rd (1864–94), 5th (1974–82), and the 6th (1972–74 and 1982–2012). The only time the county has not been in a single congressional district was between 1966 and 1972, when it was divided between the northern half in the 1st district and the southern half in the 6th district. Women were first allowed to vote in Marin in 1911, when California became the sixth state to pass women's suffrage; almost a decade before the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. "Marin County hot-tubber"[edit] In 2002, former U.S. President George H.W. Bush denounced convicted American Taliban associate John Walker Lindh as "some misguided Marin County hot-tubber," as a reference to the county's liberal, "hippie" political culture, mispronouncing "Marin" as he did so. Outraged by the label, some local residents wrote scathing letters to the Marin Independent Journal, complaining of Bush's remarks. In response, Bush wrote a letter to readers in the same newspaper, admitting regret and promising to not use the phrases Marin County and hot tub "in the same sentence again."[51]


Transportation[edit] Bicentennial Campground within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area surrounding the San Francisco Bay area Major highways[edit] Interstate 580 U.S. Route 101 (Redwood Highway) State Route 1 State Route 37 State Route 131 (Tiburon Boulevard) Scenic roads[edit] This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (February 2012) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Conzelman Road, Marin Headlands Dillon Beach Road Bear Valley Road: connects Olema to Inverness Park Limantour Road: travels across central Point Reyes Crown Road Tomales Petaluma Road Chileno Valley Road: Connects Marshall Petaluma Road to Tomales Petaluma Road Marshall Petaluma Road Hicks Valley Road: Connects Marshall Petaluma Road to Point Reyes Petaluma Road Point Reyes Petaluma Road Novato Boulevard: Novato to Point Reyes Petaluma Road Sir Francis Drake Blvd: Point Reyes Lighthouse to San Quentin Panoramic Highway Bolinas Fairfax Road: Connects Sir Francis Drake Blvd to State Route 1 (also a scenic road) at Bolinas Bolinas Ridge Road: Connects Bolinas Fairfax Road to Panoramic Highway and Muir Woods Road Lucas Valley Road and Nicasio Valley Road: Connect 101 with Point Reyes Petaluma Road Point / North San Pedro Road: Connects Santa Venetia and Peacock Gap neighborhoods via China Camp State Park Bridgeway Blvd, Sausalito Ridgecrest Blvd: transverses the top of Mount Tamalpais Pierce Point Road: travels across Northern Point Reyes Paradise Drive: Tiburon to Corte Madera Camino Alto / Magnolia Avenue: connects Larkspur to Mill Valley Public transportation[edit] San Rafael Transit Center, a hub for Marin Transit buses Golden Gate Transit provides service primarily along the U.S. 101 corridor, serving cities in Marin County, as well as San Francisco and Sonoma County. Service is also provided to Contra Costa County via the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. Ferries to San Francisco operate from Larkspur and Sausalito. Ferry service from Tiburon is provided by Blue and Gold Fleet and by the Angel Island Ferry. Local bus routes within Marin County are operated by Golden Gate Transit under contract with Marin Transit. Marin Transit also operates the West Marin Stage, serving communities in the western, rural areas of Marin County, the Muir Woods Shuttle, and 6 community shuttle routes. The Sonoma–Marin Area Rail Transit system, which began service in August 2017, is a passenger rail service and bicycle-pedestrian pathway serving Sonoma and Marin counties. Phase I will provide service from Sonoma County airport to the San Rafael Transit Center. Later phases will extend service to Cloverdale in the north and to the Larkspur Ferry Terminal in the south. The Marin Airporter offers scheduled bus service to and from Marin County and the San Francisco Airport. Greyhound Lines buses service San Rafael.[citation needed] Airports[edit] Marin County Airport or Gnoss Field (ICAO: KDVO) is a general aviation airport operated by the County Department of Public Works. The nearest airports with commercial flights are San Francisco International Airport and Oakland International Airport, as well as Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport north of Marin County.


Education[edit] This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (December 2010) Main article: Education in Marin County Marin County Free Library is the county library system. It is headquartered in San Rafael.[52] In addition, the Belvedere-Tiburon Library is located in Tiburon. College of Marin, established in 1926, includes two campuses. The Kentfield Campus is located on 77 acres in Central Marin; the Indian Valley Campus is located on 333 acres in North Marin. The College offers more than 40 degree programs leading to an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree and over 20 Certificates of Achievement with various specialties. The College serves approximately 9,000 students each term. Approximately 5,700 students enroll in COM's credit program. About 1,300 students enroll in English as a Second Language classes. Approximately 1,900 enroll in community education classes. The College employs about 300 permanent staff and faculty and many part-time employees. Marin is also home to Dominican University of California, located in San Rafael. Founded as a women's college in 1890 by the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael, it became the first Catholic institution in California to offer bachelor's degrees to women. The college became fully coeducational in 1971, and in 2000 became an independent liberal-arts university, changing from its original name of Dominican College of San Rafael.[53] There are about 1,400 undergraduate and 500 graduate students.[54]


Culture[edit] Marin Museum of the American Indian Marin Museum of Contemporary Art Marin Museum of Bicycling


Economy[edit] As of 2011, the largest private-sector employers in Marin County were:[55] Kaiser Permanente (1,803 full-time employees in Marin County) Marin General Hospital (1,100) Fireman's Fund Insurance Company (950) Autodesk (878) BioMarin Pharmaceutical (871) Safeway Inc. (841) Comcast (620) Macy's (380) Bradley Real Estate (376) MHN (350) Dominican University of California (346) Wells Fargo (332) Kentfield Rehabilitation and Specialty Hospital (315) Community Action Marin (268) Costco (260) Brayton Purcell (256) CVS/pharmacy (232) Novato Community Hospital (227) Lucasfilm (220) FICO (200+) Mollie Stone's Markets (190) Guide Dogs for the Blind (189) W. Bradley Electric (185) Bank of Marin (178) Cagwin & Dorward (175) Ghilotti Bros. (145) West Bay Builders (133) Villa Marin (130) The 2013 gross value of all agricultural production in Marin County was about $84 million; of this, more than $63 million was from the sale of livestock and their products (milk, eggs, wool, etc.).[56] Only 175 acres were planted to grapes.[57]


Media[edit] Marin county has several media outlets that serve the local community: Marin Magazine, a monthly lifestyle magazine with headquarters in Sausalito. Marin Independent Journal, a daily newspaper with headquarters in San Rafael. Pacific Sun, a free weekly distributed throughout the county. Novato Advance, a weekly newspaper that serves Marin's second-largest city. The Point Reyes Light, a weekly newspaper. KWMR radio, West Marin Radio, Channel 26, public-access television cable TV in Marin. Marin Local Music,[58] Music listings for Marin's Restaurants & Venues who host live music. San Francisco Examiner, Rick Marianetti, Marin County Culture & Events.


Notable people[edit] Main article: List of people from Marin County, California


Communities[edit] Cities[edit] Belvedere Corte Madera Fairfax Larkspur Mill Valley Novato Ross San Anselmo San Rafael Sausalito Tiburon Census-designated places[edit] Alto Black Point-Green Point Bolinas Dillon Beach Inverness Kentfield Lagunitas-Forest Knolls Lucas Valley-Marinwood Marin City Muir Beach Nicasio Point Reyes Station San Geronimo Santa Venetia Sleepy Hollow Stinson Beach Strawberry Tamalpais-Homestead Valley Tomales Woodacre Unincorporated communities[edit] Bel Marin Keys Dogtown Greenbrae Ignacio Inverness Park Las Gallinas Marshall Olema Population ranking[edit] The population ranking of the following table is based on the 2010 census of Marin County.[59] † county seat Rank City/Town/etc. Municipal type Population (2010 Census) 1 † San Rafael City 57,713 2 Novato City 51,904 3 Mill Valley City 13,903 4 San Anselmo Town 12,336 5 Larkspur City 11,926 6 Tamalpais-Homestead Valley CDP 10,735 7 Corte Madera Town 9,253 8 Tiburon Town 8,962 9 Fairfax Town 7,441 10 Sausalito City 7,061 11 Kentfield CDP 6,485 12 Lucas Valley-Marinwood CDP 6,094 13 Strawberry CDP 5,393 14 Santa Venetia CDP 4,292 15 Marin City CDP 2,666 16 Ross Town 2,415 17 Sleepy Hollow CDP 2,384 18 Belvedere City 2,068 19 Lagunitas-Forest Knolls CDP 1,819 20 Bolinas CDP 1,620 21 Woodacre CDP 1,348 22 Black Point-Green Point CDP 1,306 23 Inverness CDP 1,304 24 Point Reyes Station CDP 848 25 Alto CDP 711 26 Stinson Beach CDP 632 27 San Geronimo CDP 446 28 Muir Beach CDP 310 29 Dillon Beach CDP 283 30 Tomales CDP 204 31 Nicasio CDP 96


In popular culture[edit] This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (October 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Marin County has been used as the venue for numerous films and books; in some cases, these works have also incorporated scenes set in neighboring San Francisco or Sonoma County. The following are representative works produced in whole or in part in Marin County: Marin County lifestyles of the 1970s were spoofed in The Serial: A Year in the Life of Marin County by Cyra McFadden and in Serial, which was based on the novel. The Body Snatchers was set in Mill Valley. Key scenes in the 1973 movie American Graffiti were filmed in Marin at Tamalpais High School and on 4th Street in downtown San Rafael. Scenes from The Godfather and The Godfather Part II were filmed in Marin. Marin County's reputation as a counterculture enclave, especially the town of Bolinas and its isolationist reputation, made it a location of many key events in Ecotopia Emerging by Ernest Callenbach. Many scenes of the Dirty Harry franchise were filmed in Marin. Village of the Damned was filmed entirely in Marin. Jack was filmed almost entirely in Ross. Bandits was filmed in Marin. Gattaca was filmed at the Marin County Civic Center. Scenes from THX 1138 were filmed at the Marin County Civic Center. In Raiders of the Lost Ark, the college scenes were filmed at Dominican University of California; additionally, home exteriors were filmed in San Rafael. In Youth in Revolt: The Journals of Nick Twisp, the Twisp family resides in Oakland and Nick's father is in jail in Marin County. A Time For Dancing was set in Mill Valley and the characters attended Tamalpais High School. Scenes in Basic Instinct were filmed in Marin, particularly the car chase scene when Nick Curran (Michael Douglas) follows Catherine Trammell (Sharon Stone) from Mill Valley to Muir Beach on Highway 1. In Foul Play, Tony Carlson (Chevy Chase) lives on a houseboat in Sausalito. Short scenes in Nine Months were set in Tiburon, along with a view of San Francisco. Short scenes in Zodiac were filmed in and around Marin County. It should be noted that the stabbing scene at the lake was not filmed in Novato, but at Lake Berryessa. The staging of George Grisby's shooting in The Lady From Shanghai was shot on the dock outside what is now the Gaylord Indian Restaurant in Sausalito. In M*A*S*H, B.J. Hunnicut (Mike Farrell) was from Mill Valley in Marin County. Much of Radio Flyer was filmed in Novato (other portions were filmed in Sonora, California). The Moneytree was set in Marin County. Segments from Funny People were filmed in Marin County. Several scenes in Mother were shot in Kentfield, Larkspur, Sausalito, and other areas of Marin. Some scenes in Return of the Jedi were filmed in Marin County.[60] In Terminator Salvation, Skynet's California headquarters is presumably located in Marin County. In Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Kirk and Spock find their humpbacked whales in the "Cetacean Institute" supposedly situated in Sausalito. Star Trek: The Next Generation places Starfleet Academy in what is now Fort Baker, immediately south of Sausalito. Half of Blood In Blood Out was filmed inside California's San Quentin State Prison. Both in the novel and 1998 film, Stella in How Stella Got Her Groove Back was from Marin County. Mount Tamalpais in the Marin Hills serves as the home of the Greek Titans in Percy Jackson & the Olympians. In The Ted Knight Show, Henry and Muriel Rush and Monroe Ficus move from San Francisco to Marin County. Touching Home is directed by Noah and Logan Miller, twin brothers from Marin County. Parts of The Years of Rice and Salt take place in an alternate Marin County colonized by Ming-dynasty China. Parts of Tupac: Resurrection were filmed in Marin City. Parts of Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes take place in Marin County and Muir Woods.


See also[edit] San Francisco Bay Area portal Hiking trails in Marin County List of California counties List of school districts in Marin County, California List of people from Marin County, California Golden Gate Transit Gnoss Field Moon Over Marin, a Dead Kennedys song about pollution in Marin County National Register of Historic Places listings in Marin County, California


Notes[edit] ^ Other = Some other race + Two or more races ^ Native American = Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander + American Indian or Alaska Native ^ a b Percentage of registered voters with respect to total population. Percentages of party members with respect to registered voters follow.


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