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Residents can share opinions about services through online city surveys


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The city of Roswell has issued a couple of online surveys to gather citizen input about municipal services, events and programs.

A City Performance Survey is available online to provide feedback to the city manager about how the city performs. The survey can be found under the “News Flash” section of the city website, roswell-nm.gov.

“This is an opportunity for Roswell residents and business owners to tell the city how it is doing in taking care of the needs of the community,” the news release indicated.

While the survey can be taken anonymously, the city is requesting contact information for potential follow-ups.

The Parks and Recreation Department also has an online survey posted on the website. The five-question survey asks which Parks and Recreation programs citizens participate in, how they hear about these programs and if their program experiences are meeting their expectations.

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According to the news release, the Parks and Recreation Department will use the data collected to help city staff prepare for activities at the new recreation and aquatic center, to open in 2018, and other events and activities they coordinate in the city.

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