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Peace Conversion Commission


Peace Conversion Commission
Clerk of the Board Division
County Administrator's Office

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County of Marin


The Peace Conversion Commission was created by Marin County's voter-enacted Nuclear Free Zone law. It enforces the law that prohibits the County of Marin's investments in, or purchases of civilian products and services from Nuclear Weapons contractors and their subsidiaries, unless no reasonable alternative exists. For more information about doing business with nuclear weapons contractors, visit the Nuclear Weapons Contractors page under related links. The Peace Conversion Commission Override request form is available under related links.

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No specific qualifications are necessary.

Term Length

4 years

Number of Members

Five members.

Reimbursements For Expenses/Per Diem

Beginning October 1, 2022, a stipend will be available for members of boards and commissions who self-certify to household income below the County self-sufficiency standard. For more information or to apply to the stipend program, see the Board Stipends Program Webpage.

Time and Day of Meetings

For information on the time and place of meetings, please email

How to Apply

Applications may be obtained from the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors online.

Members of this Commission

View the Bylaws

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