As the County of Marin meets the criteria to move beyond Phase I, we must implement a framework to safely and progressively reopen with new adaptations for all sectors, where we live, work and play.
|Agency / Organization||Representative(s)|
|County Board of Supervisors||Dennis Rodoni, Katie Rice|
|Marin Economic Forum||Mike Blakeley|
|Small Business Development Center||Miriam Hope Karell|
|Marin County Council of Mayors and Councilmembers||Kate Colin, Brian Colbert|
|Chambers of Commerce||Joanne Webster|
|Dominican University||Dr. Yung-Jae Lee|
|Marin Managers Association||Adam Politzer, Dan Schwarz|
|Downtown Novato Business Association||Stephanie Koehler|
Marin Recovers Industry Advisors
A safe and measured re-opening process will require unprecedented collaboration of health care leaders, industry, and government. United, we can forge new lines of communication that allow timely coordination, real-time data monitoring and a common path forward.
Public Health Officer:
Determines whether indicators for moving forward have been met. Makes decisions regarding measures to protect the public health of Marin County.
Local Health Care Coordination:
A comprehensive set of public health sector and patient populations.
- Recommends permissible activities and industries based on transmission risk factors
- Provides guidance criteria for re-opening
- Supports and consults with the Marin Recovers Industry Advisors
- Reviews proposed operational standards (as requested)
Marin Recovers Industry Advisors:
Lead by the Board of Supervisors, groups of industry, community, health care, and work-force leaders provide a connection for the public health officer to operationalize measures across all activities and industries.
Industry work groups: 5-8 people per group provide recommendations about how an industry could open in compliance with health officer order, and support organizations in planning and implementing recommendations. Groups are diverse in membership, including members who represent both small and large organizations within an individual industry, as well as trade associations.
- Industry work groups are formed with identified team leads, selecting 5-8 industry representatives to provide input, and establishing time frame for developing proposals. Industry work groups develop recommendations for criteria for safely resuming an activity or industry.
- Industry work groups outreach to businesses to educate and implement modified operational plans.
- Marin Recovers steering committee presents a recovery plan to the Board of Supervisors for adoption.
- Public Health Officer determines which activities and industry sectors can resume based on transmission risk factors.
- Individual organizations resume operations per established guidance.
- Public Health Officer continually monitors real-time data and evaluates the need to adjust Health Orders, and/or Criteria including the need to re-close activities.