2016 Community Survey
The 2016 Community Survey was conducted in September and October 2016, and a 25 percent response rate was obtained. The survey contained a broad range of questions, including quality of life, priorities for city government, ratings of city services, communication and outreach, use of city facilities and programs, and demographics. Boulder residents continue to give high ratings to the quality of life in the community. The project also included an open web survey.
City Council will review and discuss the results at the Jan. 3, 2017, council meeting. Results from the community survey will be used in various ways to inform the budget process, project planning and outreach in 2017.
- Community Livability Report (contains the main findings of the survey)
- Dashboard Summary of Findings
- Trends over Time
- Technical Appendices (includes complete survey responses, benchmark comparisons, detailed survey methods, and survey materials)
- Online Survey Results
- Comparison of Statistically Valid and Online Survey Results
- Geographic Crosstabs
- Demographic Crosstabs
For more information, please contact Jean Gatza at [email protected]