City officials seek feedback from Greeley, Windsor residents as survey deadline approaches
September 23, 2017
City of Greeley officials want to hear from you, but the deadline to register your thoughts is fast approaching.
City officials sent surveys to 3,000 randomly selected households in Greeley, including a number of University of Northern Colorado students. Officials also mailed a shorter survey to 2,000 Windsor residents. The randomly selected households in Greeley and Windsor that were invited to participate received survey forms, which included an invitation to respond via postage-paid U.S. mail or online. In order to be counted in the survey responses — all mailed or online submissions — must be received no later than Tuesday, according to a city of Greeley news release.
"Greeley's City Council and staff are extremely interested in residents' thoughts regarding a variety of topics related to community perceptions, city government services and the Greeley Unexpected image campaign," the release stated. "It is extremely important that invited households participate as their opinions will be used to gauge the attitudes and opinions of their community."
The results will be used by the council and city staff to help make decisions about how best to use public resources to provide services, address priorities and promote the community. The results will be reported to the council and residents in December of 2017.
The surveys are being administered by National Research Center, Inc, an independent survey research firm in Colorado.