COLLEGE PARK, MD, October 8, 2019 - The City has once again partnered with the National Research Center (NRC) to conduct a comprehensive community survey. This upcoming City of College Park Community Survey will again measure residents’ attitudes and opinions on City services like refuse and recycling collection, City facilities and parks, City events, and economic development. This will be the second scientifically representative survey conducted in the City of College Park. “This is a wonderful opportunity for residents to give input on City services. The community survey will help guide the City to make decisions that best serve College Park residents” said Scott Somers, City Manager.
A randomly selected sample of College Park residents will receive postcards from the City in early October notifying them of their selection in the survey process. Mailed paper surveys will arrive later in October, with a City cover letter and instructions to complete and return the survey. Responses are anonymous. The mailed paper survey will be in English, but a Spanish version of the survey will be available online for the selected respondents.
Participation in the survey is very important. The results will help City officials better serve the College Park community, so please complete the survey if your household is selected. Help us shape the future of College Park!
For any questions about the 2019 City of College Park Community Survey, call 240-487-3501 or email email@example.com. Stay tuned to the City’s website, facebook and twitter pages for up-to-date news and information.
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About the City of College Park: Situated just minutes from the nation’s capital, the City of College Park is home to the University of Maryland, the world’s oldest continuously operating airport and a wide variety of shops, restaurants, attractions and recreational opportunities. The City is comprised of over 32,000 residents that reside in diverse settings from historic neighborhoods to luxury student housing complexes.
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