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In addition to social media, the City of Lafayette gives residents, business owners, and local officials a number of ways to stay informed and learn about all the goings on in town.
The Almost Daily Briefing
A nearly everyday overview of news affecting Lafayette, Lamorinda, the Bay Area and the State. Our hand-curated links to news articles from local and regional newspapers, magazines, websites, blogs, and other sources provide you with the latest news on issues facing our community. The over 600 subscribers include news junkies, local government wonks and everyday citizens. You can read the most recent Almost Daily Briefing under in our News section here.
The Weekly RoundupSince 2006, the City has published a weekly summary of local news and events on Friday afternoon. The Weekly Roundup typically contains original content in a fun and compelling format so that you can get the skinny on what's happening around Lafayette. With more than 1,000 subscribers, the Weekly Roundup is one of our most popular publications. You can find the current and past Weekly Roundups here.
This award-winning magazine-style publication is mailed quarterly to every home in the City of Lafayette and surrounding unincorporated areas, and has been for more than 20 years. You can also have this in-depth periodical sent directly to you electronically. Read the most recent Vistas, as well as see a complete archive of every Lafayette Vistas since 1998, right here.
You can subscribe to all of these publications, as well as official City of Lafayette notifications and announcements, City Council and Commissions updates, news releases, and calendar events by clicking this subscribe button:
Lafayette Listens is the City's online forum for civic engagement. Read what others are saying about important topics, then post your own statement. It is the best way to have your voice heard on everything from new development to City Council agenda items. Your comments will become part of the public discourse on issues facing the City of Lafayette. Sign up for Lafayette Listens using this button:
Want More Info or Have a Story to Tell?
If you have questions about any of the City's communications, or if you have a story to tell about Lafayette or wish to have an event featured on social media or in our publications, please contact the City of Lafayette's Communications Analyst, Jeff Heyman, at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow him on Twitter and Facebook.