As part of its ongoing efforts to improve service to its residents and business owners, the city is now hosting a National Research Center "National Citizen Survey" on its website.
To take the anonymous survey, which requires less than 20 minutes, click here.
Milton last conducted a citizen survey in 2012, said City Manager Chris Lagerbloom.
This latest survey is closely tied to the city's 2012-2015 Strategic Plan and "seeks to establish an updated baseline for resident and business satisfaction with the city's services, plans and programs," the city said in a press release. Results will be used, in part, to help guide the city's future priorities and budgeting.
Please note, this survey utilizes queries unique to Milton as well as standard questions, enabling the city to compare with others of the same size.
"This survey has been sent randomly to Milton residents' homes over the summer," said Lagerbloom. "Now, we're able to post an online version for additional input, and we'd love to hear from everyone."
Results from the mailed survey will be available in August. The online survey results will be an ongoing gauge of success.For more information on the survey, contact Christine Doss, executive aide to City Manager Mayor and City Council, at 678-242-2492 or email@example.com.