Lethbridge residents will be surveyed over the next two weeks on how satisfied they are with programs and services provided by the City of Lethbridge.
Ipsos has been commissioned to conduct the random telephone survey of 400 Lethbridge adults from April 11-27. The survey is being done to gather statistically valid data regarding residents' attitudes toward local issues, their quality of life, municipal services, communication needs, municipal finances and other priorities.
"Every few years, we conduct a community satisfaction survey, and that information helps guide City Council decisions regarding important decisions including budget matters," says Councillor Mark Campbell, who chairs Council's Open and Effective Government Committee. "Statistically valid information will be valuable to City Council members in helping us gauge the current satisfaction levels and priorities of the residents we represent."
The results of the survey are expected to be presented to City Council early this summer.