In an effort to collect community feedback and gauge city service satisfaction, the City of Plymouth is working with the National Research Center to complete a community survey in 2019. The survey includes questions about quality of life, public safety, customer satisfaction and more.
Surveys were mailed to 1,700 randomly selected households in Plymouth. Selected households received a postcard in September 2019 notifying them that they have been selected to participate in the survey and that the survey will follow in a separate mailing.
Residents not a part of the randomly selected group had the opportunity to fill out a survey online. Online surveys were available Oct. 25 through Nov. 8.
Survey results will be presented to the City Council at an upcoming meeting and published on this webpage when available (likely in early 2020).
View the 2019 Community Survey Results presentation (PDF) from the Feb. 18 City Council meeting.
The community survey options listed above are available for a limited time only. However, residents who wish to provide feedback to the city on a regular basis are invited to sign up for FlashVote, the City of Plymouth's online survey tool. View more information about FlashVote.