Scottsdale Citizen Survey
Most Scottsdale residents think highly of their community and quality of life and place strong trust in local government, according to respondents to a local version of the National Citizen Survey conducted in Scottsdale in 2010.
The overall quality of life in Scottsdale was rated “excellent” or “good” by 94 percent of survey participants. That’s the highest percentage since Scottsdale began using the survey in 2003.
- View highlights from the survey results Download the full report (Adobe PDF, 771kb)
- Download the benchmark comparisons (Adobe PDF, 176kb)
Download the geographic subgroup comparisons (Adobe PDF, 203kb)
Download the web survey results (Adobe PDF, 235kb)
About the Scottsdale Citizen Survey
Scottsdale regularly surveys its residents about their overall quality of life and asks for specific feedback about municipal services, public safety, customer service and resident participation in community events and activities.
In November 2010, a number of Scottsdale households were randomly selected to participate in the survey. The survey was conducted by the National Research Center, Inc., and is designed specifically for use by local governments.
Because similar surveys are conducted in hundreds of jurisdictions, Scottsdale can compare its results with other cities across the country.
To learn more about the National Citizen Survey, visit