> Home > 2014 News Releases > Online survey lets residents answer, “How is Scottsdale doing?”

Online survey lets residents answer, “How is Scottsdale doing?”

National Citizen Survey Logo

Jan. 2, 2014

Contact: Kelly Corsette, communications & public affairs director, Office: 480-312-2336, Mobile: 602-359-5965

Online survey lets residents answer, “How is Scottsdale doing?”

An online citizen survey lets any Scottsdale resident rate their quality of life and provide anonymous feedback on city programs and services. The survey takes about 15 minutes and is open through Jan. 31.

Residents can take the survey at http://www.n-r-c.com/survey/2014scottsdalesurvey.htm

The National Research Center administers the survey, designed specifically for local governments, on behalf of the city.

Data collected will compare the quality of Scottsdale services against similar communities and help the city prioritize future programs and services.

The online survey is the second part of the city’s semiannual effort to gauge residents’ opinions and gather feedback. Late in 2013, more than 1,000 Scottsdale households were randomly selected to take the survey via mail.

The National Citizen Survey has been used by more than 350 communities in 48 states. Because similar surveys are conducted in hundreds of jurisdictions, Scottsdale can compare its results with other cities across the country.

Learn more about the survey and see the results of past surveys at http://www.ScottsdaleAZ.gov/CitizenSurvey.