An online survey asks Fayetteville residents to weigh in on issues ranging from education and government to environment and health care. Courtesy National Research Center Inc.

Fayetteville posts citizen survey online

After 1,600 Fayetteville residents were invited by mail this fall to participate in the National Citizen Survey, an online version has now been posted so all city residents have the opportunity to reply.

The paper surveys were sent only to verified city residents, and those who received them are asked to return them by mail rather than use the online link. However, City Manager Ray Gibson said “we want to hear from everyone” so that responses can be used to identify areas where the city can improve and deliver services more effectively. The survey, which takes less than 10 minutes to complete, asks about local issues such as education, safety, environment, transportation, economics, housing, government, recreation, health care and city services.

The survey is at

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