City of Palm Coast residents are invited to give input to help shape the future of Palm Coast by taking the 2020-2021 Citizen Survey from Friday, Jan. 1, through Sunday, Jan. 31.
The survey can be taken online at palmcoastconnect.com/s/
“I encourage all residents to get involved and make their voices heard on the future of their city,” said Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland. “The City Council and staff evaluate the survey results and use them to guide future City priorities and budget decisions to improve services.”
The City is conducting the survey as part of its annual Strategic Action Planning process. The survey covers a variety of topics related to quality of life:
· City services such as stormwater drainage, street maintenance, garbage, recycling and streetlights;
· Recreational programs, events and amenities such as parks and trails;
· Economic growth and development including traffic flow and public safety.
Residents can also provide comments on any subject they’d like to share with the City.
Responses received from residents will be presented to the Palm Coast City Council and will be used by Council Members for strategic planning and to set priorities for the coming months and years.
To review past years’ Citizen Survey results, visit www.PalmCoastGov.com/about/
Kathleen Bolanos says
First, the link provided didn’t bring up the survey. I did a Google search & found a link to get to the survey.
Second, I took the time to fill out the survey but, and even though I completed every section, when I clicked to submit I kept getting a message that I hadn’t filled out a required question. Looking back, the Section to chose where I lived continued defaulting back to “pick one”. I tried four times, after choosing where I live, to submit the survey but it still is not being accepted.
Somebody needs to address this issue.
City of Palm Coast survey is messed up it won’t let you change the rating numbers on their questions. They will now get correct entries if they don’t fix it.
I stopped doing the survey because of that.
Sorry I meant to type the City of Palm Coast will now get incorrect entries unless they correct their survey page. Poorly done.
Don’t bother. It’s screwed up. Fix the damn thing
What did you expect. It’s Palmcoast Connect. Our mayor must have had a hand in the setup process. Get paid to redo site that survey links to.
Just like a lot of things in this city, the survey doesn’t work properly. Area question will not lock in the answer I want to put in. The other problem is a few questions with multiple categories have auto set up when just answering the first one. Fixed outcome.
Only Me says
Pierre, please let us all know when this is fixed. Unbelievable the City of Palm Coast didn’t test it out before making it go public.
One word to use for them TYPICAL.
Celia M Pugliese says
Survey not working I give a number to their questions and is changed to a given number that shows up instead. So looks like in some sections of it surveys want its given numbers answered not ours. A waste of our taxpayers funds. How much this skewed non working survey cost us..?
I went to city hall and got a paper copy of the survey. The woman at the customer service desk asked why I wanted a paper survey? I told her because the on line version doesn’t work properly. She looked on the computer and showed me what happens on the multi answer question. each item isn’t suppose to be rated of importance. Your suppose to rearrange the order of the topics in the question as to what you think is important first and then to the last one of importance. I said that’s not explained properly and isn’t really easy for the people of this city. She agreed and I left.