Marin County is a suburban, residential and recreational area with ranching and dairy farming as
the major enterprises of the rural areas of West Marin. The county is famous for its magnificent combination of mountains,
sea and climate. Marin offers a wide variety of topography and vegetation from the tidal flats of the coastline to the slopes
of Mt. Tamalpais, from the dense stands of redwood and pine to the inland grasslands and exposed rocky areas. In the summer,
coastal fogs temper the warm inland temperatures.
In the last 30 years, the population has risen from 208,652 in 1970 to 249,900 by January 2002. Figures for
2002, provided by the Marin County Community Development Agency Planning Division, show that the median income was $71,306
and the median value of a home was $565,00. Also, 91.2% of the population has a high school education or higher. There
are 19 school districts in Marin County with enrollment ranging from 10 to 7,877.
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