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2016 Community Survey

2016 Community Survey

The 2016 Community Survey represents the eleventh in a series of surveys conducted periodically by the city, with the first administered in 1987. The survey gives the city an opportunity to measure performance over time by tracking resident evaluations of the community and city service delivery. It allows residents to provide feedback on the quality of life in the city and ideas on how to improve it. 

2016 Community Survey begins

The city launched its 2016 Community Survey the week of Sept. 6 with a pre-notification to randomly selected residents that they have been selected to participate. This year’s survey utilizes the National Citizen Survey conducted by Boulder-based National Research Center and includes a limited number of Boulder-specific questions. The survey will continue trend data for questions asked by Boulder since the mid-1980s. The 2014 Community Survey is available online pdf.

The statistically valid survey will be mailed Sept. 13 to Oct. 25. Selected residents may complete the mailed survey or participate online, and results to council are anticipated in early December.

For more information, please contact Jean Gatza at Gatzaj@bouldercolorado.gov.

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