Pasco County launched its annual Citizen Survey on Monday, April 17, 2017. The survey has been conducted every year since 2009 to solicit feedback from residents on a variety of topics related to the future of the County, such as transportation, parks, emergency services and growth. The survey is intended to help the Pasco County Board of County Commissioners with planning discussions and decision-making.
The Citizen Survey is available online and will remain open through May 31, 2017.
The survey also asks how often citizens use Pasco County Government-provided services and solicits feedback on how well the expectations for service delivery are met. Pasco County received 4,642 responses to the Online Citizen Survey in 2016 – up 250 percent from 2015!
“We had an incredible response to the Online Citizen Survey last year,” said Dr. Marc Bellas, Organizational Performance Management Director. “The survey is a way for residents to be a part of the decision making process. It’s vital for the Board to know what issues are important to our citizens.”
Citizens can also take the survey during Pasco County’s Disaster Expo on Saturday, April 22, 2017.
Look for the Pasco County Emergency Management booth during the Cotee River Seafest in downtown New Port Richey’s Sims Park.
Click on this link for more information about the 2017 Disaster Expo: http://bit.ly/2ooW651.
Results from previous Citizen Surveys can be found at the following link: www.pascocountyfl.net/Archive.aspx?AMID=72
Pasco County continues to provide information through our website. Residents can also sign up to receive e-mail updates – just click here: http://fl-pascocounty.civicplus.com/list.aspx and enter your e-mail address. You can also ‘Like’ the Pasco County Facebook page to follow the County’s progress and information updates. In addition to the survey, listening sessions and social media, citizens can send feedback any time through our website’s Customer Comment Card: http://bit.ly/1TdZqqM or by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.