Apache Junction resident survey underway

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 2/4/20

The City of Apache Junction is conducting a comprehensive quality-of-life survey and information about the survey is in the mail.

The National Citizen Survey includes questions about quality of …

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Apache Junction resident survey underway

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The City of Apache Junction is conducting a comprehensive quality-of-life survey and information about the survey is in the mail.

The National Citizen Survey includes questions about quality of life, important characteristics of community, services provided by the city and priorities for the future. The city last conducted a comprehensive resident survey two years ago, according to  release.

A representative sample of city residents should have received instructions to fill out the survey and are encouraged to do so, the release states.

The survey allows the City of Apache Junction to compare results and benchmark residents’ opinions against other communities across the country where applicable.

The city worked with an independent consultant, National Research Center Inc. of Boulder, Colorado, to develop the survey, which is available in English and Spanish.

Information on what the 2018 survey found is here.

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