Participate In The Town Of Estes Park’s Citizen Survey Online Through Aug. 31
The Town of Estes Park’s 2014 Citizen Survey was mailed to a random sample of 1,200 Estes Park households in late June. The same survey is now available for broad participation on the Town’s website www.estes.org through August 31. Town Administrator Frank Lancaster encourages everyone to take the opportunity to weigh in on Town and community programs and services, including residents outside the Town limits. “The Town understands many people who weren’t included in the scientific sample also rely on our services, and the online survey is a convenient way for all citizens to tell us what they think, ” he explained.
Individuals who did not receive and complete a mail survey this summer are encouraged to participate in the web survey by visiting www.estes.org and clicking on the “Take the 2014 Citizen Survey” link under “Hot Topics.” For individuals without internet access, print copies are available in the Administration Office, Room 150 of Town Hall, located at 170 MacGregor Avenue.
The Town of Estes Park is one of 500 jurisdictions across the country using the National Citizen Survey™ model. Estes Park’s results can be compared with those of other jurisdictions, as well as the results of the Town’s last survey conducted in 2011. The questionnaire gathers feedback on the quality and usefulness of services provided by the Town. The results, available in October, will be included in a final report that will be available to the public and used by Town officials for strategic community planning and resource allocation, program improvement, policy-making and tracking changes in residents’ opinions about government performance. Results of the mailed scientific and web surveys will be reported separately. For more information, contact the Town of Estes Park Public Information Office at 970-577-3701. To receive Town news in your email inbox, visit www.estes.org. More town news available at www.facebook.com/townofestesparkco and www.twitter.com/townofestespark