After a glorious and sunny weekend, we will have a change this evening with a rapidly developing surface low off the NorCal coast that will bring another round of gusty wind, excessive rainfall, and localized flooding to our region. Be prepared for more extended periods of service interruptions of power, phones and possibly internet.
Inverness Disaster Council is sponsoring a webinar this Thursday:
Learn more about atmospheric rivers, their risks, and how you can prepare and respond to these intense storms. Pt. Reyes Disaster Council and Inverness Disaster Council are sponsoring this event on March 30, along with West Marin Climate Action. See details and register HERE.
Winter Storm Recovery
For residents who have suffered storm damage to their homes, Dennis Rodoni's office shared the following about financial relief available to Marin residents:
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) recently added Marin County to its list of disaster-stricken counties eligible to apply for personal and business loans. Some Marin County residents and businesses may now qualify for aid if the storms from December 27, 2022, through January 31, 2023, caused them to suffer financial losses.
Homeowners and renters can get aid to repair or replace damaged primary residences; deadline to file for property damage is May 8. Businesses have until December 7 to apply for an economic injury loan (with or without any property damage).
Property owners in Marin County may also be entitled to property tax relief.
For more information and details on how to apply read the full County Press Release and stay tuned for more emergency information at our Marin County Public Emergency Portal.
Chipper Days are back! Sign up now for a date that fits your schedule
Here are the 2023 Chipper Days in Inverness, provided by our partners at MWPA and Fire Safe Marin
· Week of May 22
· Week of June 26
· Week of August 14
· Week of Sept. 18
· Week of Oct. 23