2018 Citizen Survey Results

Published:
August 22, 2018
Category:
General
Contact:
Kim Lancaster - 270-393-3642
Location:
Bowling Green, KY
2018 Citizen Survey Results

Every two years, the City of Bowling Green takes the time to participate in the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and National Research Center (NRC) National Citizen Survey (NCS). This survey is a low-cost citizen survey service for local governments.

Every two years, the City of Bowling Green takes the time to participate in the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and National Research Center (NRC) National Citizen Survey (NCS). This survey is a low-cost citizen survey service for local governments. The survey centers on community livability and includes questions about the quality of life in the community, local policies, demographics, rating of local government services and resident use of services. A random and scientific sample of 1,800 households received invitations in the mail to participate, and their confidential responses were weighted and analyzed. The 2018 Bi-Annual Citizen Survey was completed in late summer and the results are available online at http://www.bgky.org/assets/files/vd9szGmz.pdf. A brief presentation will be made at the August 21st Board of Commissioners meeting. The Citizen Survey is designed to identify our strengths and weaknesses in the community and in the services we provide. As a City, we use this survey for planning, resource allocations, performance measurements and more. We choose to compare ourselves to the National benchmarks as well as jurisdictions in the Southern region with populations from 35,000 to 69,999.

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