Many Fayetteville homes this week will receive a post card in the mail announcing the City’s participation in The National Citizen Survey, which is designed to provide a baseline of how the city government is serving residents, to gauge perceptions of the city and to make comparisons with peer cities.
The survey itself is scheduled to be mailed on Friday, Nov. 30, and will appear in about 1,600 City of Fayetteville residential mailboxes shortly thereafter. It will include questions about quality of life in the community, local policies, demographics, rating of local government services and resident use of services.
“We have heard good reports from other Georgia cities our size that participated in The National Citizen Survey, and we look forward to engaging our citizens through this process in the upcoming weeks,” said Fayetteville City Manager Ray Gibson. “Selected residents should be receiving their survey packets in the mail in the next few weeks, and I hope they will take advantage of this opportunity to tell us how we as a city government are doing and how we can do better.”
The City expects to wrap up the survey process in early January. Survey reports will be published when available.
Nearby cities who have participated in The National Citizen Survey include Decatur, Milton, Suwanee, and Cartersville.