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City of Boise Begins Online Survey on Safety, Services, Transportation

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GUY HAND / COURTESY: CITY OF BOISE
  • Guy Hand / Courtesy: City of Boise
Officials at Boise City Hall have launched the next stage in the city's latest survey of public opinion. The survey, conducted every two years, gives citizens the opportunity to weigh in on public safety, budget priorities, transportation issues and access to public services and natural amenities.

The first stage of the process was a broad-based scientific survey, the seventh since 2005, conducted in March with a sample of 15,000 household across the city. Now, the city is opening the same survey to all interested parties. Click here to participate. City officials say the web survey should take 15-20 minutes to complete. All survey responses are anonymous.

Meanwhile, the Boise City Council and Mayor Dave Bieter have begun a series of town hall-style meetings in neighborhoods across the city. The first was held April 11, the next is slated for Wednesday, July 11, at the Collister branch of the Boise Library and a third is scheduled for Wednesday, October 10, at the Hillcrest library branch.