Our values to maintain a vibrant and thriving organization.
Engagement and learning all levels of our organization.
Promoting an equitable organization.
Residents making a difference in local government.
Ensuring a consistent employee relations program and constructive labor relations.
The County's Anti-Harassment and Equal Employment Policies.
Opportunities to share your talents, meet new people, and impact local government.
How to reach us.
Working with us to make a difference in our community.
Gain experience in public service while still in school.
Instructions and tips on how to complete an employment application.
The County’s full list of classifications and salaries.
County policies and labor agreements.
Recruiting tools for a more inclusive hiring process.
Fostering a culture of learning, growth, and development.
Information and instructions for all County employees.
The County’s health and welfare benefits.
Incentives for carpooling, bicycling, and pre-tax benefits for transit commuting.
Supporting employees to champion their health and well-being.
This pilot program aims to enable employees to live closer to their workplace.
What's better than skipping the highway traffic jam? Skipping traffic and boosting your health while biking to work! Visit the carpool/bike incentive page to learn more.
There are three areas available for you to store your bike while you work. Please bring your own lock for all bike racks and lockers, and park at your own risk. Should demand exceed bike storage supply, please let us know at the RideGreen Program.
Middle Arch Hall of Justice Wave Rack — This bike rack is also open to the public.
South Arch Admin Building Employee Only Bike Lockers — First come, first serve. Please bring your own lock.
South Arch Admin Building U-Rack — This bike rack is also open to the public.
County employees who ride their bike to work are also able to sign up for shower use at the Civic Center.
Google Maps is a great tool to search for bike routes and provides a map view that highlights bicycle-friendly roads and more. To find a bike route:
Are you new to bicycling and don't know where to start? Walk Bike Marin has useful information for someone getting started as a bike commuter. It includes information on selecting and how to properly fit equipment and clothing you might need, along with techniques to improve your enjoyment and personal safety as a cyclist or pedestrian.
511.org’s Bike Commuting 101 Page includes additional information about bringing your bike on transit and an interactive bike map to help you plan your route.
For more information, visit the RideGreen FAQs.
Return to the RideGreen page