Regular Board of Directors Meetings are held every third Thursday of each month at 5:00 p.m. at the Main Plant of Sanitary District No. 5 of Marin County, located at 2001 Paradise Drive, Tiburon, CA.

Board of Directors Agendas

pdf 2017 08 17 Regular Board Agenda ( pdf, 30 KB ) (16 downloads) New
pdf 2017 07 20 Regular Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 24 KB ) (79 downloads)
pdf 2017 06 15 Regular Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 28 KB ) (162 downloads) Popular
pdf 2017 05 18 Regular Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 26 KB ) (154 downloads) Popular
pdf 2017 04 26 Special Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 22 KB ) (164 downloads) Popular
pdf 2017 04 25 Special Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 22 KB ) (151 downloads) Popular
pdf 2017 04 20 Regular Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 26 KB ) (186 downloads) Popular
pdf 2017 03 16 Regular Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 26 KB ) (235 downloads) Popular
pdf 2017 03 09 Special Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 22 KB ) (235 downloads) Popular
pdf 2017 02 23 Special Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 26 KB ) (255 downloads) Popular
pdf 2017 02 16 Regular Board Meeting - CANCELLED ( pdf, 30 KB ) (231 downloads) Popular
pdf 2017 01 19 Regular Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 29 KB ) (255 downloads) Popular
pdf 2016 12 13 Special Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 40 KB ) (300 downloads) Popular
pdf 2016 11 17 Special Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 21 KB ) (317 downloads) Popular
pdf 2016 11 17 Regular Board Agenda ( pdf, 26 KB ) (305 downloads) Popular
pdf 2016 10 20 Regular Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 26 KB ) (332 downloads) Popular
pdf 2016 09 15 Regular Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 26 KB ) (363 downloads) Popular
pdf 2016 08 31 Special Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 22 KB ) (331 downloads) Popular
pdf 2016 08 18 Regular Board Meeting Agenda ( pdf, 26 KB ) (358 downloads) Popular
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Our Mission

Sanitary District No.5 of Marin County is a special District, which while meeting or exceeding all applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations, is dedicated to the protection of public health and the environment through effective and economical collection, conveyance, treatment and disposal of wastewater.