Social Media Disclaimer
External comments and posts to Rogers social media sites do not reflect the opinions and policies of Rogers, its officials, or employees. Rogers is not responsible for the content of any external comment or post and expressly disclaims any liability for external comments and posts.
Rogers welcomes citizens participation on its’ social media sites. All comments and posts must relate to the original topic being discussed or to Rogers government operations and community events. All comments and posts must follow general rules of respectful discourse. Commenters are solely responsible for the content of their comments and posts, which are in the public domain and may be archived and disclosed by Rogers. Rogers will post to and monitor discourse on its social media sites during regular business hours. Rogers reserves the right to remove comments and posts that:
Do not relate to the original topic being discussed or to Rogers government operations or community events.
Use profane language, or attempts to convey profane language through the use of characters.
Make personal attacks on an individual’s character or appearance, or engage in name-calling.
Promote, foster, or perpetuate discrimination on the basis for race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, disability, sexual identification or orientation, or national origin.
Contain sexual content, or links to sexual content.
Contain commercial solicitations or links to commercial solicitations.
Conduct or encourage illegal activity.
Contain content that could compromise the safety or security of the public, Rogers officials or employees, or public systems.
Comments or hyperlinks unrelated to the topic of the forum
The City of Rogers has the right to reproduce any pictures or videos posted to this site in any of its publications or websites or any other media outlets.
The City of Rogers failure to remove any such comment or post shall not be construed as approval or endorsement of the content by Rogers, its officials, or employees.
Any information you provide to the city is subject to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act. This law classifies certain information as available to the public on request