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National Community Survey
Residents will once again be asked to participate in the National Community Survey (NCS), which will allow the City to gather information about priorities, identify what we are doing well and what services we need to improve upon.

Gathering your feedback will help staff improve services and programs by making them more effective, relevant, and easy to access.

In September, more than 1,500 randomly selected La Vista residents will receive a postcard letting them know that they have been selected to participate in the NCS. A copy of the survey will be delivered in the mail approximately one week later.

“We have conducted a number of surveys in the past couple of years, and while those have been important for specific projects, this broader survey is essential to helping your City government understand how it is performing according to resident expectations,” said Mayor Douglas Kindig. “As City leaders, we always want to know where we can improve so it is imperative that we clearly understand the issues on the minds of our residents.”

Residents who receive the NCS by mail are urged to take just a few minutes to provide their perspective.

Results of the survey will be reported in a future issue of the quarterly CityWise newsletter and will be available here on the City’s website.

If you were not randomly selected to take the survey, you can still offer your feedback. Click this link to take the opt-in survey. If you received a survey in the mail, DO NOT USE THIS LINK.