By understanding what characteristics of the community residents think are most important to protect or improve, leaders can be guided toward planning for a community that builds on its strengths and advances in the areas that matter the most.
Jurisdictions can use resident survey results to allocate or redistribute resources based upon resident feedback.
Generating awareness about community amenities, services and opportunities allows residents and local organizations to understand what you do well.
Engagement comes in two essential forms: interaction with individuals or partnerships with groups. Dynamic partnerships can dramatically increase buy-ins for local government programs, and civic engagement is equally as vital to that end.
Effective policies are developed from careful consideration of improvements identified by citizens in resident survey results. One of the greatest strengths of local government is its ability to shape communities using policies and laws.
Regular needs assessments, outcome evaluations and performance measurements are critical for the success of any jurisdiction.
Voice of the People Awards for Resident Survey Results