PHOENIX — The city of Scottsdale is inviting residents to provide feedback on the quality of city programs and services.
“This is something we do every two to three years,” said Scottsdale spokesman Kelly Corsette. “We do a community a survey. We give citizens the opportunity to give us anonymous feedback how they think things are going, how they rate their quality of life, we get information on how often they use particular services and things like that.”
According to the city’s website, “the data collected will compare the quality of Scottsdale services against similar communities and help the city prioritize future programs and services.
The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete and it will be available on the city’s website until Jan. 31.