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The City of Leander uses social media to send and receive messages about public announcements, services and related programs with the community. Primarily, we leverage social media to:
- Engage in two-way communication with Leander residents and stakeholders.
- Promote city government programs and services in a timely manner.
- Respond to public questions or concerns in a timely manner.
- Expand and target media reach to a diverse set of local audiences.
City social media channels are intended for public access and considered limited forums where the public may comment on city-posted content. Our administrators reserve the right to remove comments if they contain any of the following prohibited items:
- Vulgar, physically threatening or harassing language.
- Content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, marital status, familial status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, source of income or other protected status under applicable law.
- Inappropriate sexual content or similar links.
- Private or otherwise confidential information.
- Content that promotes illegal activity or encouragement of actions that may compromise public safety.
- Content that violates a legal ownership interest of any other party.
- Comments not topically related to the original article or post.
- Organized political activity, or comments in support of or opposition to political candidates, campaigns or ballot measures.
- Promoting or advertising a commercial transaction, organization or event that is not sponsored or in direct relationship with the City.
- Information that may compromise safety or security of the public or public systems.
For full details regarding city social media use, view our city employee policy. For information regarding social media use by elected officials, view our city council policy.
While our channels are monitored for content, they are not monitored 24/7 and should not be used for emergencies. In the event of an emergency, please dial 911. You can also receive local emergency notifications on your smartphone by registering with WarnCentralTexas.org.