Citizens get to weigh in on government services |

Citizens get to weigh in on government services

Aspen ” Now is the time for Aspen residents to tell city government how it’s doing.

The city’s annual survey will be mailed out this week to a random sampling of citizens, who will be asked to gauge the local government in how it provides service.

For nearly a decade, the city of Aspen has annually asked its residents for feedback on how its workers have done in delivering services to the community. This year National Research Center, Inc. of Boulder Colorado will conduct a mail survey on the city’s behalf.

Beginning sometime after Labor Day, a randomly selected sample of Aspen households will receive a postcard notifying them that they have been selected to participate in the survey. Soon afterward, they will receive the survey in the mail and be asked to fill it out and return it in the pre-addressed, stamped envelope provided.

If you have questions, call Barry Crook at 920-5296 or e-mail him at

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