Pasco County is conducting its annual Citizen Survey through Nov. 6, according to a county news release.
The Citizen Survey, initially launched in 2009, is conducted annually to collect feedback on a variety of topics that affect the county’s future.
Here are topics included in the survey: Transportation; parks and libraries; emergency services; safety; growth; importance and quality of services.
The survey typically receives thousands of responses, intended to help the Pasco County Commission with planning discussions and decision-making.
“We’ve adapted in the face of unprecedented challenges to serve you in innovative new ways during 2020,” Organizational Performance Management Director Dr. Marc Bellas said, in the release. “Your feedback is a critical component to learn what matters most as we work to develop future programs and places that ensure a bright future for Pasco County.”
You can take the short survey in one of the following ways:
- On the Pasco County’s homepage: MyPasco.net
- On the MyPasco App, by clicking on the Citizen Survey button
- On the Pasco County Facebook or Twitter pages
- Click directly on the survey link: bit.ly/2020CitizenSurvey.
Published October 14, 2020