It is home to one of the most affluent, active, and civically minded populations in the United States.

Welcome to Marin County

Population is 260,206 per the 2021 U.S. Census Bureau.
Below is a brief summary of the various communities located within Marin County, each boasting distinct lifestyles and experiences. All of which offer something unique to select from, that best suit your way of living.
Marin County is the smallest of the San Francisco Bay Area counties. However, what Marin lacks in acreage, it compensates for in visual appeal. It is no wonder that it is home to one of the most affluent, active, and civically minded populations in the United States.
Marin County has a number of micro-climates. Just to name a few are the windswept bluffs of the Point Reyes National Seashore, the intimate canyons of the Muir Woods National Monument, to the wooded trails of Mount Tamalpais (whose 2,571-foot peak provides Marin’s signature profile).
Sausalito, Tiburon, and Belvedere, where ferries connect residents to San Francisco and hillside living is the norm make up Southern Marin. Tucked against the lower slopes of Mt. Tam are Mill Valley, Larkspur, Ross, Kentfield, San Anselmo, and Fairfax, wooded, intimate communities. To the north are Corte Madera, Greenbrae, and San Rafael, the county seat and home to the Civic Center, one of architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s best-known works. Against the Sonoma County border is Novato, a growing family town.
Largely rural, West Marin is the center of the nation’s organic farming movement. From its rich fields, truckloads of organic greens, produce, cheese, and meat head for local restaurants and beyond. California’s famous Highway 1 undulates through the seaside towns of Stinson Beach and Bolinas, then heads inland to the picturesque communities of Point Reyes Station, Tomales, and Dillon Beach, places where vestiges of the Sixties linger and locals warmly welcome visitors of the present.

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