City seeks feedback from community members through an online survey beginning Oct. 3.
The City of Boulder wants to hear from you! The 2023 Community Survey is open for public participation beginning Oct. 3 and closes after 11:59 p.m. on Oct. 17. The survey asks community members about their priorities for the city, quality of life and their overall satisfaction with government services. Six thousand households have already been randomly selected to participate in the community survey via mailed invitations.
Boulder-based survey firm National Research Center, now a subsidiary of Polco, is working with the city to gather community members’ input on issues facing Boulder. The survey results will help inform City Council decisions and planning priorities and will provide crucial information to help the City of Boulder provide the best services possible.
A link to the online survey is available on the city’s BeHeardBoulder page. Surveys are available in English, Spanish and Nepali. All responses will remain completely anonymous; no personally identifying information will be collected.
The survey analysis and results will be included in a report submitted to City Council this winter. The report will also be made available on the city’s website. Previous surveys and their results can be found online.
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