City Still Seeking Survey Participants

Written by Larry Crippen. Posted in Local News, News

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City Still Seeking Survey Participants

Published on June 14, 2012 by Larry Crippen

Time is running out for Huntsville residents to participate in the City of Huntsville’s 2012 Citizen Survey, and all residents who have not yet done so are encouraged to take a few moments to provide their opinions about life in the City.

The 2012 Citizen Survey is now available on the City of Huntsville Web site,, in the City News section on the homepage. The survey link opens a page of instructions, links to the survey in both English and Spanish, and an interactive ward map for residents unsure in which ward their home is located.

The Citizen Survey is a biennial effort by the City of Huntsville to gauge citizens’ satisfaction or dissatisfaction in certain areas. It includes approximately 35 questions related to City services, quality of life, and future development–considering both the City as a whole and its four residential wards.

A key question on the survey asks residents to identify their residential ward –Ward 1, Ward 2, Ward 3, or Ward 4. While survey respondents are not asked to provide their address or any other specific identifier, providing a residential ward will allow the City to pinpoint specific service needs by area.

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