TV for as low as

$9.95****/mo. with 2-year agreement

Business TV Service Built for High Definition

  • Keep employees & customers informed and happy
  • Features all broadcast networks like ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX
  • Sports, Music and Spanish packages available as add-ons

Limited-Time Offers

Take advantage of these limited-time offers to give your business an edge over competitors.

Business Internet & Voice

as low as $99.90*per month

Fast and Reliable Internet

as low as $69.95**per month

Built For Crystal-Clear Calling

as low as $29.95***per month

VoiceEdge™ Select

as low as $34.95*****per month

Moving to san rafael, california?
Here are some helpful links to get you started.

About: san rafael, california

San Rafael is a coastal city that is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area, more specifically in the North Bay region. The shoreline of the city has been designated as a historically significant place to a considerable extent due to its ability to accommodate land development, with underlying bay mud or saturated clayed silt of sometimes up to ninety feet in thickness. In some spots along the beach, the sandstone or shale rock outcrops through the mud.

Population: 56063
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Examiner San Francisco Times
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants San Francisco 49'ers
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with san rafael, california: 94901 94903
Towns/Cities near san rafael, california : Larkspur Santa Venetia San Anselmo Kentfield Corte Madera Strawberry Woodacre Lucas Valley

San Rafael News
San Anselmo lawyer hired as executive director of BayLegal

A San Anselmo lawyer has been hired as the first female executive director of Bay Area Legal Aid, an Oakland-headquartered nonprofit public interest law firm. After 17 years with the firm, called BayLegal for short, Genevieve Richardson stepped into her new role this month, managing the $18 million firm that serves residents from Napa to Silicon Valley.

Wildling to Honor Wilderness Spirit, Legacy Award Recipients

The Wildling Museum of Art & Nature has named Joan Easton Lentz as the recipient of the 13th annual Wilderness Spirit Award, and Pete and Becky Adams and Jack and Judy Stapelmann as recipients of the museum's first Legacy Award. Throughout the years, the Wildling has presented the Wilderness Spirit Award to a person or group that strives to encourage conservation of natural places and species through various platforms.

SF-Marin Food Bank expands to San Rafael warehouse

San Francisco-Marin Food Bank staff, left to right, Paul Ash, executive director; Meredith Nguyen, chief operating officer and board member Tyler Florence walk through the new 38,000-square-foot warehouse in San Rafael. The SF-Marin Food Bank has purchased a large warehouse in San Rafael and will relocate its Marin operations from Novato, officials said this week.

Marin Symphony concert, comedy show are best bets

There's no need to leave the kids at home, in fact, they're encouraged at the Marin Symphony's Family Concert. The family-friendly evening includes Prokofiev's "Immortal Peter and the Wolf," performed by the Marin Symphony Orchestra with narration by KALW radio personality David Latulippe, and other music by the Marin Symphony Youth Orchestra and violinist Jacob Hershman, who won the Marin Symphony's Youth Concerto Competition.

In Your Town for March 22, 2018

The meeting is 1:30 to 3 p.m. at the Two-Four Lounge of The Redwoods, 40 Camino Alto. The talk supported by Friends of the San Rafael Library will feature Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco docent Julia Geist talking about Precisionism.

Marin election sees new candidates for Congress, DA, assessor

More candidates filed Wednesday to compete in the June 5 primary election for Marin County district attorney, Marin County assessor-recorder-county clerk and the 2nd Congressional District seat, which represents Marin. Two familiar faces have filed to challenge Marin's congressional representative, Jared Huffman, D-San Rafael, in the June primary.

Bay Area rain: How potent are this week's storms?

It might not be the March Miracle weather scientists say is needed to make up this winter's massive precipitation deficits across the state, but this month is shaping up to be wetter than normal across Northern California. The first in a series of storms began making its way across the Bay Area on Monday night, with periods of moderate rain expected Tuesday morning, according to Will Pi, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Monterey.

FasTrak glitch leads to Bay Area ticket, car was in Orange County

The Richmond San Rafael Bridge had three FasTrak dedicated lanes Wednesday July 30, 2014. Cameras at some Bay Area bridges are failing to accurately record license plates including the Richmond San Rafael Bridge.

Marin ballot to include tax measures, toll hikes

A tax on cannabis businesses in San Rafael, an increase in Corte Madera's sales tax and a proposal for higher bridge tolls are among the five ballot measures that Marin residents will vote on in the June 5 statewide primary election. The proposed cannabis tax - the first of its kind in Marin - could levy up to 8 percent on the gross receipts of San Rafael's cannabis businesses.

San Rafael landlord takes pride in Canal apartments

Suzanne Diliberto bought her first fourplex in 1997. As a new mortgage broker working with investors, she soon saw the value of investing in property.

Marin activists march to help the hungry

Activists gathered in downtown San Rafael on Sunday for the Marin CROP Hunger Walk, an event to raise money for the hungry. The Marin march and others like it around the country are organized by Church World Service and local congregations.

San Rafael honors neighborhood grocer with civic award

Andy Bachich, owner of Andy's Local Market grocery store, has been named San Rafael's citizen of the year. Bachich, 56, who grew up in Santa Venetia, is the 17th recipient of the Richard P. O'Brien and Mary Ferrario O'Brien Citizen of the Year Award.

San Rafael men cited in alcohol sting

The minor was an operative working for police in an enforcement sting on Saturday. The minor approached 12 adults outside liquor retailers and asked them to take money for a straw purchase.

Two California public record laws: one for the Legislature and one for everyone else

Editor's note: This is part of a package of stories marking Sunshine Week, during which the media assesses the status of the free press in the U.S. Coming this week: TODAY: The California Legislature created one open-records law for state and local governments, the California Public Records Act, and a totally different law for themselves, the Legislative Open Records Act. MONDAY: Journalists beware! The internet has become a burgeoning forum for phony news, shady online ads and posts, intricately coordinated smear campaigns and Russian disinformation plots.

Roadshow: Shoulders may open to traffic on a few gridlocked highways

Caltrans is working on a statewide policy for using shoulders for traffic on a part-time basis and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Valley Transportation Authority are considering opening up a few shoulders during commute hours. This will happen soon on the Richmond Bridge.

San Rafael family helps raise awareness of rare disorder

Zack Kent, left, and Joshua Furnas in a scene from "Quiet Please..." Her voice is one of the sounds that triggers the 20-year-old's misophonia, a neurologically based disorder that elicits physiological and emotional reactions to specific sounds, and sometimes visual stimuli. To help raise awareness for the rare disorder, Kent, her husband, Ryan, and Zack, starred in "Quiet Please …," a documentary that explores the current state of misophonia research and the emotional toll it has on those with it and their loved ones.

Marin, other parts of Bay Area sinking, could flood as seas rise

An area near Target in San Rafael is slowly sinking, according to researchers who are getting ready to submit a paper on shoreline subsidence as it relates to the North Bay. That research piggybacks on a study released this week by the same researchers that shows major parts of San Francisco Bay's shoreline are sinking at about 2 millimeters a year, roughly the thickness of a nickel.

COMCAST BUSINESS Bundles are available in San Rafael, California. You can now bundle your digital TV, high speed Internet and Home Phone services into one package, and enjoy great discounts and the convenience of just one monthly bill. COMCAST BUSINESS offers residents of San Rafael, California the chance to save big while enjoying the latest digital home service technology. If you're in the market for Internet, TV and Phone and live in San Rafael, you can take advantage of COMCAST BUSINESS deals. Search and compare COMCAST BUSINESS offers in San Rafael and start saving on digital home services today. With COMCAST BUSINESS TV, residents of San Rafael, California can access all the latest entertainment, including an extensive On Demand service with thousands of programming options. Catch up on reality TV shows, movie classics and all the latest family-friendly TV entertainment. COMCAST BUSINESS Internet lets you surf and stream the way you want to. Residents of San Rafael can enjoy buffer-free Internet access and even watch live TV. There are a number of high speed internet packages available. Plus, COMCAST BUSINESS Internet is reliable and secure. COMCAST BUSINESS Home Phone service is a great addition to COMCAST BUSINESS TV and Internet bundles, allowing San Rafael residents to talk more for less. What's more, COMCAST BUSINESS Home Phone comes with unlimited nationwide text, a feature that saves you money on cell phone messaging. When you bundle all three digital home services, you enjoy bigger savings and all the benefits of COMCAST BUSINESS TV, Internet and Phone.

COMCAST BUSINESS High Speed Internet service is available in San Rafael, California. With COMCAST BUSINESS Internet it's more affordable than ever before to stay connected, surf, stream and game without breaking the bank or worrying about Internet Security. Residents of San Rafael, California can sign up for COMCAST BUSINESS Internet and enjoy fast speeds, big savings and the comfort of Internet Security software. What's more, COMCAST BUSINESS High Speed Internet service enables San Rafael residents to select the Internet Package that best suits their needs. Whether you and your family simply require a basic connection to surf the web and check email, or you like to stream, game and watch TV online, COMCAST BUSINESS Internet service has the package for you. Plus, With the freedom to choose a great Internet package and the peace of mind of knowing that your connection is secure, COMCAST BUSINESS Internet offers San Rafael a great Internet product, for less.

Entertainment for less from COMCAST BUSINESS TV is available in San Rafael, California. COMCAST BUSINESS TV packages bring San Rafael residents all the latest shows, sports and hit movies, directly to their own home. Gone are the days when you wait weeks if you miss an episode of your favorite series, or you can't find anything to watch - COMCAST BUSINESS TV has a wide selection of programming for the whole family, as well as an extensive On Demand service with thousands of entertainment options. Whether you enjoy classics, reality TV, blockbuster movies or just want to keep your kids entertained, COMCAST BUSINESS TV service has something for you. Residents of San Rafael, California can now pick the COMCAST BUSINESS TV package that meets their entertainment needs, and enjoy advanced technology including TV apps, while saving.