The City of Johnson City is conducting its biennial Citizen Survey.
Collected data will be used to determine how the City can best serve the public.
You can access the online survey by clicking here.
Conducted in partnership with the National Research Center, the survey takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.
Participation is crucial to planning projects and providing services. All input is greatly appreciated.
Citizens are encouraged to complete the online Citizen Survey by Friday, Nov. 30.
Responses from previous surveys have resulted in improvements to the downtown area, including enhanced street sweeping and maintenance and the addition of LED lighting.
The last survey, conducted in 2016, indicated an increase in satisfaction among residents in the areas of downtown safety, overall cleanliness, storm drainage, and walking trails.
“The Citizen Survey is a great indicator of how we are doing,” said City Manager Pete Peterson. “It lets us know what our stakeholders want and gives us direction for strategic planning.”
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 434-6196.
The above information was provided by The City of Johnson City.