Your main source of information about COVID-19 in Marin County should be the Marin Department of Health & Human Services. The dedicated Marin HHS web page is updated with information with useful resources for those impacted by the pandemic, technical case information (surveillance reports) about COVID-19 in Marin County, and guidance about how to best keep you, your family, and your community healthy. 

As significant updates are released by public health officials, the Town will continue to distribute information using the TiburonTalk newsletter, including information about how it impacts the Tiburon community. Sign up here.

Your Need-to-Know News (updated 7/6)

Town Hall Reopens 7/6

Tiburon Town Hall will reopen to the public and resume normal hours of operation on Tuesday, July 6, 2021. Read more about access to Town services here.

Vaccines & COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 vaccines are now available. Visit for the latest updates on how to get yours. 

If you are feeling sick, you should still get tested for COVID-19, even if you are vaccinated. More guidance here.

Current Public Health Orders

County- and state-wide Stay-at-Home Orders have been lifted. Marin County is now operating under the State's Beyond the Blueprint framework. Capacity limits will end, but facial coverings will still be required in some settings.

Facial Coverings

Marin County is following California Public Health's facial covering guidance

Facial coverings are required in the following settings:

  • Public transit (airplanes, ferries, buses, taxis, ride-shares).
  • Transportation hubs (airport, train station, bus terminal).
  • K-12 schools, childcare facilities, and other youth settings.
  • Businesses that choose to require masks for all customers. 
  • Healthcare facilities (including long-term care facilities)
  • Homeless shelters, emergency shelters, cooling centers
  • Correctional facilities and detention centers. 

For those fully vaccinated:

  • Masks are no longer required in most settings, except where required in the settings listed above. Businesses may implement a vaccine certification system to determine whether individuals should wear a facial covering upon entry. 

For those unvaccinated: 

  • Masks are required in indoor public settings and businesses (retail, restaurants, theaters, family entertainment centers, meetings, state and local government offices).