City invites residents to make their voices heard by taking a survey to help shape future policies and services.
Roeland Park, Kansas - On July 6, 2021, the City of Roeland Park issued a press release with an invitation from the mayor and city council asking residents to participate in a community survey this summer to provide their feedback on current and future programs and services.
The purpose of the survey is to give citizens an opportunity to make their voices heard and opinions count. For example, community members can share their feedback on a number of important municipal issues that will help shape the city's future:
- Capital Improvements
- Policy Development
- New Initiatives
The City of Roeland Park also wants to make the community more inclusive and welcoming for all residents by creating new programs and events that focus on inclusion and diversity.
According to the press release, the survey is being conducted by the ETC Institute - which specializes in conducting local government research. The city wants residents to know that individual survey responses will remain anonymous.
After the survey is finished, the ETC Institute will conduct a careful analysis of the data and then present the results to the city council and community. Furthermore, the results of the survey can be compared with other communities both regionally and nationally.
This is the fifth citizen survey conducted since 2008. The city hopes that it will be able to analyze trends, as well as improve its long-range planning and investment decisions to help make Roeland Park a premiere place to live. Ultimately, the mayor and city council want to use the results of the survey to create a better and more inclusive vision for the community.
If you are a resident of Roeland Park, then you have a chance to help the mayor and city council better understand the needs of the community - and influence many of the most critical decisions regarding the future of your city.
You can find a link to the citizen survey on the City of Roeland Park's website and official social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram). If you have any questions or want additional information about the survey, you can contact the city clerk Kelley Nielsen by calling 913-722-2600 or by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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