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Resident and Business Surveys Arriving - Tell Us What You Think!

Post Date:01/14/2020

Paper survey with pen marking a boxThe city wants to hear from you! Three-thousand randomly-selected households have received the bi-annual 2020 Littleton Resident Survey.

In addition, 1,000 businesses have been sent a link to respond to the online Business Survey. The deadline to complete the surveys is February 14.

The National Research Center, based in Boulder, administers the surveys and tabulates the results. Once all responses are in, tentatively scheduled for April 14, a presentation will be made to city council summarizing the survey’s findings. The survey was conducted first in 2012 and has been done every two years since. Comparisons to previous survey results will be made and a separate benchmark report will be provided, comparing responses with other cities in Colorado and throughout the country. 

Business surveys are onlineSurvey questions focus on specific services such as public safety, the Littleton Museum and Bemis Library, as well as quality of life, identification of pressing issues, and the importance of potential projects.

Residents who receive the survey are encouraged to complete it and mail it back in the postage paid envelope. Businesses are encouraged to complete the online survey by the deadline.

Results from previous surveys led to more special events, increased marketing and promotion of the city, creation of the one-stop-shop Littleton Permit Center, and more funds directed to street improvements.

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