For Immediate ReleaseMay 19, 2023
Anonymous results to help guide future service considerations
La encuesta de la comunidad en línea del condado de Marin ya está abierta
San Rafael, CA – The 2023 Marin County Community Survey is now online and open to all people who live in Marin County through June 9. This is the opportunity for the Marin County community to share anonymous opinions to help the County plan its priorities for the next five years.
The County is excited to hear from those who receive its services as a measure of its customer service. Survey results will be compared to those from 2019 and will be benchmarked to other communities nationwide.
In mid-April the County government mailed 4,500 surveys to randomly selected households. All others living in Marin now have an opportunity to participate online in English, Spanish (Español), or Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt) to ensure everyone has an opportunity to be heard. All responses are anonymous.
The survey, which takes about 15 minutes to complete, includes questions about general quality of life, local policies, demographics, and rating of local government services. Community priorities may have changed since the last survey in 2019, and the County is eager to create a foundation to inform future strategic planning efforts.
Anyone without access to the internet or a computer may find assistance completing the survey at any Marin County Free Library location. County staff members are also working with local community-based organizations to help spread the word about the survey and ensure that every voice has an opportunity to be heard.
Survey results will be available in late summer 2023 via the County’s website and will also be presented to the Board of Supervisors. For more information, visit the 2023 Community Survey webpage.
Jennifer GatesStrategic Projects ManagerCounty Administrator's Office
3501 Civic Center DriveSuite #325San Rafael, CA 94903(415) 473-2763Email: Jennifer GatesCounty Administrator website