From: Dylan Blaylock, Clackamas County Public & Government Affairs, 503-742-5917
Every two years, Clackamas County invests in seeking feedback from residents about the services it provides, the actions it takes, and the major issues facing the community.
The online component of this official information gathering, the 2016 Community Survey, is now accessible at http://svy.mk/1RsgxEs. It is linked from the homepage of the Clackamas County website at www.clackamas.us.
All county residents are encouraged to take the survey, which takes less than 10 minutes to complete.
Survey questions help county officials measure residents' thoughts on many issues, including:
- Whether Clackamas County is headed in the right direction or is off on the wrong track.
- High-priority issues facing the county, including road maintenance funding and employment lands.
- The overall value of county services (county parks, law enforcement, responding to disasters).
- How the county can better communicate with its residents.
This online survey is coupled with a scientific phone survey conducted last weekend. Results of both surveys will be made available in the coming months.
The online survey will be open until April 30. Responses are anonymous.
For more information, members of the media or public may contact Community Relations Specialist Dylan Blaylock at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-742-5917.