Local Government

Fullerton Launches Public Survey Where Residents Can Rate Priorities for the City

The City of Fullerton launched a Community Stakeholder Survey with their online engagement tool OpenGov at the April 2, 2019 City Council Meeting.

The online survey is completely anonymous and can only be taken once by each responder.  Resident responses to the survey will be presented at a Special City Council Study Session scheduled for Tuesday, April 23 at 6pm at Fullerton City Hall. The purpose of the survey is to update the city priority policies and create a Mission and Vision statement for the city reflecting those priorities.

To register your top priorities residents can submit a written statement by email to strategicplanning@cityoffullerton.com or respond online to a list of issues facing the city at www.cityoffullerton.com/strategicplanning.

“We want the public to be part of the process and reach as many stakeholders as we can,” said Fullerton City Manager Ken Domer. “This is an incredibly effective way to engage residents to participate in Fullerton’s decisions from the privacy and convenience of their own home and give valuable feedback for our upcoming Study Session.”

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