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The Town of San Anselmo is constantly seeking better and more efficient means of providing information to and receiving information from our residents. The recent introduction of "Virtual Town Hall" is intended to encourage two-way communication between residents and our municipality.The Town of San Anselmo uses multiple communication channels to engage its residents and provide updates on matters that are important to the community. We send out the weekly “Town Manager's Newsletter” emails and endeavor to keep the Town's website current. We also have a Facebook page, a Twitter feed, and are on Instagram.In addition to our digital communication outreach efforts, we send out press releases to the media (The Marin IJ, Ross Valley Reporter). We post and distribute flyers, posters and banners around town. We publish a seasonal Recreation Activity Guide and send out the "Hoot", the Library's monthly newsletter. We host regular Town Council meetings on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. We live-stream these meetings and post the videos to our website. We host public information sessions on specific topics and outreach meetings, such as with the Memorial Park Master Plan and Median Master Plan projects. We host monthly meetings with our many boards, committees and commissions. The Council, Commissioners, and Town staff encourage residents to email, call, or schedule time with them when there are questions, concerns, and/or suggestions you may have. If you haven't already, please visit the "Notify Me" page on the Town's website to subscribe to a variety of Town alerts, newsletters or other notifications (Notify Me link).As you can see, we use a variety of platforms to communicate and engage with San Anselmo residents.But even with all of these methods, we sometimes miss reaching you. We are evaluating our current public communication and outreach methods, with the goal of doing the best job possible of informing and engaging the community about important topics, town services, initiatives, and programs that may be of interest to you.Please take the survey, and give us your opinion about what is working, what could be improved, and what other type of communication method might be considered. To start the survey, please click the Take the Survey.