Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi to Conduct Survey of Citizens Perceptions of City Services
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX - The City of Corpus Christi wants to know how residents feel about the quality of City Services. To find out, the City has contracted with Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC). The University has conducted similar surveys for the City over the last two decades. A web-based survey designed by the TAMU-CC Social Sciences Research Center will be available on the City’s website during the period of May 29 thru June 15, 2018. The University also randomly selected 10,000 residents who will receive post cards asking them to participate in the on-line survey.
The survey is designed to take less than 10 minutes and asks participants to rank levels of satisfaction with various City services. Questions are directed to general perceptions of quality of life in Corpus Christi to specific services including police, fire, utilities, parks and solid waste. Overall survey objectives include providing the City with information useful to help guide budget decisions and benchmarking levels of citizen satisfaction in Corpus Christi to other communities across the nation. The study is being directed by Daniel J. Jorgensen, Ph. D.
Beginning on Tuesday, May 29, there will be a link to the survey on the first page of the City’s website at www.cctexas.com.
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