Marin County residents are being asked to take an online survey to provide feedback and advice on the county’s priorities for the next five years.

The community survey is open through June 9. Results will be compared to a similar survey in 2019, according to the county.

The county government randomly mailed the surveys to 4,500 residents in mid-April. In addition to online, the survey can now also be taken at local libraries.

The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete and can be taken in English, Spanish or Vietnamese. Responses are anonymous.

Residents can rate local government services, give feedback on general quality of life issues, and answer questions about local policies, priorities and demographics. Answers will help form a foundation for strategic planning decisions in the future.

Results will be presented to the Marin County Board of Supervisors in late summer and will be posted online.