Longmont City Council Postpones Discussions of Work Plan, Customer Satisfaction Survey
Longmont’s City Council on Tuesday night postponed discussion of the proposed questions that may be included on a “Customer Satisfaction Survey” of residents’ ratings of city government services.
The council also postponed consideration of a “work plan” that would set priorities for city government attention the rest of this year and in 2019.
Both the satisfaction survey and the work plan are now tentatively scheduled to be up for council action on Aug. 14.
The proposed work plan would concentrate on areas such as housing, transportation, and the city’s future development and redevelopment.
The 2018 Customer Satisfaction Survey would mail questions to a randomly selected sample of Longmont residents. Every two years, Boulder-based National Research Center Inc., conducts a poll for the city to get residents’ opinions about Longmont’s quality of life, its community amenities, its local government and the services the city provides.