City of Grande Prairie Citizen Satisfaction Survey

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From January 13 to January 31 the City of Grande Prairie conducted a Citizen Satisfaction Survey to objectively measure satisfaction with municipal services and identify priorities among residents to help inform City budgeting and planning processes.

Forum Research had been retained to complete the survey, which included a random telephone survey of 401 residents as well as a public online survey. The random telephone survey ensured that the results remain reflective of Grande Prairie's population and retain statistical validity.

Results from the online survey that deviated significantly from the results of the statistically valid survey are noted within the final report.

The City of Grande Prairie thanks everyone for their participation and valuable feedback.

Background

The Citizen Satisfaction Survey is conducted every two years. View the latest results, as well as those from past surveys, in our Document Library.

From January 13 to January 31 the City of Grande Prairie conducted a Citizen Satisfaction Survey to objectively measure satisfaction with municipal services and identify priorities among residents to help inform City budgeting and planning processes.

Forum Research had been retained to complete the survey, which included a random telephone survey of 401 residents as well as a public online survey. The random telephone survey ensured that the results remain reflective of Grande Prairie's population and retain statistical validity.

Results from the online survey that deviated significantly from the results of the statistically valid survey are noted within the final report.

The City of Grande Prairie thanks everyone for their participation and valuable feedback.

Background

The Citizen Satisfaction Survey is conducted every two years. View the latest results, as well as those from past surveys, in our Document Library.