Marin County is asking residents to fill out a survey on how they access and use the internet as part of the county’s Digital Marin initiative to address inequity issues when it comes to going online.
The survey, which county officials says takes only about 10 minutes to complete, includes questions about access, quality, affordability and use of the internet by residents. The anonymous answers will be used to identify potential projects and priorities for the Digital Marin program, which launched in December.
People working on the Digital Marin project are also conducting focus groups, holding interviews, and doing sector-specific surveys around the county to learn more about people’s use of the internet.
People can find the surveys in English and Spanish, as well as other information about the Digital Marin project here.