The City of West Carrollton seeks citizen input about their perceptions of city services.
This year’s public opinion survey will be conducted online at 2019 West Carrollton CPS starting on Monday, April 1.
Participants will need to provide their street name and the day of the week that their trash is collected to verify that they are a city of West Carrollton resident.
If residents do not have access to the internet and would like to complete the survey by telephone, the number is (937) 775-3725. If there is no answer, residents should leave a message and a Wright State University student will return the call as soon as possible.
Wright State University’s Applied Policy Research Institute will facilitate the survey, as they have done in the past.
The institute is open Monday through Friday, 2 to 9 p.m., Saturday. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 12 to 6 p.m.
Approximately 362 responses are needed for an accurate representation of the city’s 6,010 households.
The last survey was conducted in the spring of 2015. Questions will cover topics ranging from quality of life, city services and financial priorities.
“The residents’ responses are essential in helping the city continue its mission of enhancing the quality of life of our citizens by providing superior services,” said Brad Townsend, city manager.
The survey results will be presented at a city council meeting later in the year, and will also be available on the city’s website.