• Brownsburg conducts survey on quality of town services

    November 08, 2011 No comments

    Brownsburg residents will have the opportunity to give their opinion on the community’s quality of life and the delivery of Town services in a survey that will be conducted over the next few weeks.

    A random sample of 1,200 Brownsburg households will be invited to participate in the Citizen Survey. Selected households will be notified via a postcard in the mail this week. Questionnaires will ask for anonymous feedback on the quality and usefulness of Town services. The results will be used to help Brownsburg officials identify areas for improvement and to make future budget decisions about the types of services the municipality provides to its residents.

    Brownsburg Town Manager Dale Cheatham said, “We hope everyone who receives the survey will take a few minutes to fill it out and let us know what they think about their municipal government. Those answers will not only let us know how we are doing, but will affect how the Town makes decisions about the future delivery of services.”

    The survey, sponsored by the International City/County Management Association with National Research Center, is developed using a template based on the experience of hundreds of local governments, ranging in size from small to large. Scientific sampling and weighting of the responses in each city ensure accurate and reliable results.

    More than 250 municipalities across the nation have used the National Citizen Survey, allowing Brownsburg’s results to be compared to those of comparable jurisdictions. For more information about the survey, call 858-6032.

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