The Town of Queen Creek wants to connect with its residents through a variety of means. The Town currently has eight social media platform for residents to follow, share and like. Questions by residents via the social media accounts are taken seriously and have proven to be a great resource in solving problems and spreading news. Please follow any or all of our social media pages!
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Social Media Policy Information
Archives and Retention
- Communications received through Town social media or from or to employees
while conducting Town social media communications are considered public
record and should be considered as correspondence.
- Any correspondence or posts on Town social media pages should be archived
for the purposes of Arizona retention laws.
- Content submitted on Town of Queen Creek social media pages that is deemed
inappropriate should be retained. A description of why the content was removed
should also be retained.
- Comments from the public are welcome on social media sites. Town staff will monitor
comments daily. The Town has the right to remove the following types of comments in
its sole discretion:
a. Vulgar language
b. Personal attacks of any kind
c. Comments or content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on
the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, genetics,
status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental
disability, sexual orientation or sexual identity.
d. Spam or unrelated links to other sites
e. Comments that advocate illegal activity
f. Comments that infringe on copyrights or trademark
g. Comments that provide personally identifiable medical or financial information
h. Information that may compromise the safety, security or proceedings of public
systems, any criminal or civil investigations, or any member of staff.
i. Repeat violators may be banned from participation on Town social media
- All comments on Town’s page should be retained and archived