Portlanders invited to take Community Insights Survey
The city is inviting all residents to participate in the annual Portland Community Insights Survey this year.
The satisfaction and livability survey is conducted each year to give the mayor, the City Council, and city bureaus information about the priorities of residents and how city government can improve it programs.
Questions range from the greatest challenges facing Portland to recommendations about how specific city bureaus can improve their operation. The survey also asks about difficulties facing the respondents and their involvement in city programs.
The survey has traditionally been conducted among a limited number of residents by the City Auditors Office. It has been redesigned this year by the City Budget Office as an online survey open to everyone from May 8 to May 28.
Survey will also be conducted in Portland communities with the help of a multi-lingual crew of 40 canvassers, including students from Portland State University, Portland Community College, and local community leaders.
The survey can be taken online at www.research.net/r/PDXspeaks.
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