Dakota County Residential Survey Coming to a Mailbox Near You
The survey gives Dakota County residents the opportunity to rate the quality of life in the county as well as governmental service delivery.
Editor's Note: The following is a press release from Dakota County.
Starting Feb. 8, the Residential Survey will be mailed out, giving Dakota County residents the opportunity to rate the quality of life in the county as well as service delivery and their satisfaction with County government.
About 2,700 survey packets will be mailed to randomly selected residences throughout the County.
The survey gives residents an avenue to provide feedback to the County about what is working well and what is not, and to share their priorities for the County.
Dakota County is partnering with Olmsted, Washington, Scott and St. Louis counties to produce this survey. The five counties work with the National Research Center, Inc. to develop a survey with shared questions as well as questions unique to each county.
Results are expected in spring 2013. Results are also available for surveys conducted in 2008 and 2011 at www.dakotacounty.co.mn.us, search 'residential survey'.