Resident survey in the mail
Aspen, CO Colorado
Got a beef with city government?
This month, hundreds of residents will get the opportunity to tell officials what they are doing well and not so well in their delivery of city services.
For nearly a decade, the city of Aspen has asked its residents every year for feedback on how the government has done in delivering services to the community. This year, National Research Center, Inc. of Boulder will conduct a mail survey on the city’s behalf.
Beginning sometime in mid-to-late September, 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.
Look for notification postcards and be sure to fill out the survey, and return it so city officials can continue to improve on meeting the needs and expectations of Aspen residents. For further information, call Barry Crook at 920-5296 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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