Coral Springs Launches Community Survey
Published on January 09, 2023
Coral Springs, FL – Coral Springs residents may notice a new city survey on their social media news feeds starting today.
The city is launching a new public survey tool to better understand local priorities and concerns on a wide range of city services and the local quality of life. The survey is being distributed in partnership with Zencity, a community input platform frequently used by local governments to get meaningful and actionable insights from voices in every corner of the community. Zencity works with hundreds of municipalities across the U.S. including Chicago, Phoenix, Seattle, and San Diego on a range of issues.
“We are always striving to get input from residents so that we can make the best decisions for the future of Coral Springs,” Mayor Scott Brook said. “I encourage all residents to take this survey; it is quick, easy, and makes a difference for all of us.”
The survey will enable Coral Springs leaders to understand local neighborhood issues more holistically and allow enhanced responsiveness to community priorities. The survey asks residents to rate their experience with different aspects of life in Coral Springs including affordable housing, education, transportation, and public safety.
Residents may take the survey via the clickable, digital ads on their social media news feeds. The survey can also be directly accessed and completed online: TAKE THE SURVEY.
For a list of frequently asked questions, visit our website.
Note: The City of Coral Springs will never ask for funds or payment in its official online surveys.