SAN RAFAEL, CA — Marin County is preparing to send out a community survey for the first time since 2019, designed to guide the Board of Supervisors as they craft their approach and priorities for the next five years.
In the next few days, the county will mail the surveys to 4,500 randomly selected households, but everyone will have a chance to participate online next month. All responses are anonymous.
According to the county, the survey will include questions about the quality of life, government policies and demographics. Residents will also be asked to rate local services and identify their top priorities, including emergency preparedness, affordable housing, and infrastructure topics.