The City of Redlands is inviting all residents to give us your thoughts on priorities for your government and the quality of life in Redlands.
During the first weeks of August, the City launched a comprehensive quality of life survey inviting randomly selected residents, representing a cross section of the City’s population, to provide direct input to the local government decision-making process. The City is now inviting all residents to complete the survey beginning Thursday, Sept. 2. The survey will be available until Sept. 16 at https://www.cityofredlands.org/post/community-survey.
“We’re very excited to be conducting this survey,” said City Manager Charlie Duggan. “The survey will help our staff and the City Council identify priorities for the community and improve the quality of life in Redlands.”
City staff worked with independent consultant Polco to develop the survey. The instrument, known as The National Community Survey™, allows the City to compare results and benchmark residents’ opinions against other communities across the country. The survey includes questions about quality of life, important characteristics of the community, services provided by Redlands and priorities for the future. The survey is available online in English and Spanish.
Redlands Mayor Paul Barich hopes all residents will participate in this survey. “Redlands is a great community and the results of this survey will help us make it even better. I encourage everyone living in the City to take the survey and help us chart our community’s future.”
Residents with questions about the survey may contact Public Information Officer Carl Baker by phone at (909) 798-7633 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the survey site at https://www.cityofredlands.org/post/community-survey.
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