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FAQ Topic: Training
Our GIS is extremely helpful when looking for zoning information, checking jurisdiction and much more. Here are some helpful tips and tricks: Search Tips: Use numbers for numbered streets: 3rd, 4th, or 5th NOT ‘third’, ‘fourth’, or ‘fifth’ No periods after ‘st’, ‘ave’, etc. Use dashes in Assessor’s Parcel Numbers (APN’s) like ‘123-456-78’ Instructions on … Continued
There are lots of great online resources, like Lynda.com, as well as classes you can consider taking to enhance your language skills. Look into taking some classes at College of Marin or ordering some DVD’s to help you learn another language. Also, our Library offers classes on Spanish speaking and public speaking. Check out the … Continued
Timesheets are completed online at https://hrweb.cityofsanrafael.org/ Select Employee Services Registered Users Enter your username and password Select “Employee Timesheet”
There are many ways to get involved in efforts related to Together San Rafael, big and small. Regardless of whether you are on the advisory committee or not, you can join one of the working groups (ongoing projects) or help out on an implementation team (projects with discreet scopes). Talk to your supervisor first to … Continued
Get a Website User Account Contact Digital Service for a website user account. Get Help with the Website The Department of Digital Service and Open Government offers regular training sessions on how to use the website. Digital will also work with you and your team to improve usability of your web pages, make recommendations for content strategy, … Continued
Step 1: Login at my.proudcity.com Step 2: Select ‘Event’ from the +New menu Step 3: Add event details and click ‘Publish’ Most importantly, utilize the website team! They are happy to help in any way that they can: Rebecca Woodbury, Lindsay Lara, Christine Foster, Alan Montes, Michele Ginn, Henry Bankhead and Laura Washburn.
When prompt to change you password, press and hold down “CTRL + ALT + Delete” buttons on the keyboard until you see a blue screen with options. Type in your current login password on the first password line, type in your new password on the next two password lines. Select the arrow button to complete … Continued