Marin County Social Media Pages

Matthew H. Hymel, County Executive

Marin County is using social media tools to share important information with our community and to encourage collaboration. The County uses different types of social media tools including Twitter, Facebook and Youtube. Please review our User Responsibility Guidelines and Social Media Policy & Playbook.  

Marin County on Facebook

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Marin County on Twitter

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Marin County on YouTube

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Marin County on Instagram

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Marin County on LinkedIn

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Marin County on Nextdoor

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In June 2014, the County of Marin established a partnership with Nextdoor, the private social network for neighborhoods, to convey neighborhood-specific news from the Civic Center and improve communication with residents. The partnership enables the County government, including the Marin County Sheriff’s Office, to communicate with the popular online community to build stronger, safer neighborhoods with the help of residents. With the new partnership, County departments can post information to specific Nextdoor websites or, in the event of a major disaster, send out vital emergency information to all of Marin’s Nextdoor neighborhoods simultaneously.

Nextdoor neighborhood websites are accessible only to residents who verify that they live in that area, and residents establish and self-manage their own Nextdoor sites. Information shared on Nextdoor is password protected and cannot be accessed by search engines. Residents' profiles, content and private messages are not made available to the County, which can only see replies to its own posts.

Residents interested in joining their neighborhood’s Nextdoor website can visit and enter their address. Visit their help section to answer more questions about Nextdoor.