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How do you contact the County of San Diego?

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You can contact the county of San Diego by visiting SanDiegoCounty.gov and calling the toll-free service number that appears on the bottom of the website or by locating one of the county's official social medial profiles and reaching the municipality from there, as of 2015. To contact a specific department within the county, access that department's page on the website, and use the information on its Contact Us page.

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SanDiegoCounty.gov features a general county support number, (858) 694-3900, which connects callers to a switchboard operator who can make connections to various departments and county officials during normal business hours. The footer of the website also includes links to all of the county's social media profiles, which serve as a direct yet informal method of contact. Although there is no guarantee of a response through these methods, it does provide visibility to other users of the social network, which may increase chances of receiving a response.

You may also hover over the Departments tab in the official website's main navigation bar to see a list of county departments, with links to visit those departments' official pages. Each department also maintains a list of its contact information, including phone numbers, email addresses and mailing addresses. Some departments may also offer links to external websites that feature other contact options, such as forms or agent chat systems.

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