Get Involved

The Mayor and City Council recognize that it is important to hear from those who are affected by the decisions they make. The City of Rancho Santa Margarita wants you to know that there are many ways to let your voice be heard.


Community Connection 


Visit the City’s customer request management system, RSM Community Connection, to submit comments, ask questions, or report a city maintenance repair issues. Your message will go directly to the staff member responsible for review and response.

E-Newsletters


View recent E-Newsletters to stay up-to-date on the latest news and subscribe to updates.

Contacting City Staff


The City Directory on the City's website has email links and phone numbers for City Council members and staff. You may send letters to staff members or the City at:
City of Rancho Santa Margarita
22112 El Paseo
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688


Filling Out Community Surveys


From time to time, there may be important issues for which the City Council or staff may want to reach out to residents and businesses to gather comments. Surveys may be posted to facilitate that effort. To gather as many responses as possible, an announcement will be made on the City’s homepage and in the City’s e-Newsletter when surveys are used.

State of the City Address


Each year, the Mayor delivers an update to the community - a report card of sorts - known as the State of the City Address. This annual address offers citizens the opportunity to listen and understand how their investment in our community is working for them and where the community, collectively, is headed in the coming year. The city looks forward to sharing what we have accomplished, what our community partners are accomplishing within our City, and how we are working together to realize progress throughout the community. During the address, residents and visitors will hear updates on the city’s budget and reserves, public safety, public works projects, and upcoming community improvement projects. The State of the City Address is accessible via the City Council audio stream here. The accompanying PowerPoint presentation may be viewed here.

For More Information


We hope you find these tools helpful. If you have any questions, please contact City Hall at 949-635-1800.