The National Community Survey
Allegan County is Seeking Resident Opinions
Allegan County officials and several non-profits serving the county hired a national survey organization to measure residents’ views on the state of the county and services available to residents. The survey also asks about future services. Survey forms were mailed using the services of The National Research Center, Inc. which has conducted similar surveys for other local governments across the nation, including Jackson County in Michigan. Learn more about the National Research Center.
The survey tool being used is The National Community Survey™. It is a validated tool created in 2001 and modified to reflect local Allegan County conditions. The information gathered will be used for future planning and how best to allocate resources.
Questions on the survey ask about:
“This survey will help decide how best to use the resources provided by our County’s residents,” said Jim Storey, Chair of the Board of Commissioners.
Please note: If you received the survey in the mail, it’s very important that you complete that version rather than the link above. All residents are encouraged to provide candid responses to help improve Allegan County. A report of the findings will be available February 2020.
Residents with questions about the survey may contact the County at 269-686-5150.
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