Boone County, NKU Team Up for Citizen Survey
The Boone County Fiscal Court wants to know how satisfied or unsatisfied its county citizens are while also asking the community to assist with setting future priorities.
The government is partnering with Northern Kentucky University on a citizen survey, which will be collected, compiled, and analyzed by master of public administration students at the school. In a news release, the county said that this was to ensure its reliability and objectivity.
The survey is anonymous and voluntary, and no individual information will be collected.
Residents who received the survey are asked to review the questions, provide information, and return the document to the university following the directions on the survey. There is no cost to mail the completed document. The survey includes information related to fiscal court departments, services, and programs and does not include any service provided by a City, the County Clerk, County PVA, or Circuit Clerk, a news release said.
“Boone County is committed to continuous improvement and superior service and this survey is a very helpful tool in recognizing areas of strength, evaluating opportunities for improvement and identifying issues important to our citizens,” said Judge/Executive Gary Moore.
Surveys will be sent to randomly selected sample identified by Northern Kentucky University. Those who receive the survey are asked to return it no later than April 20, by folding the survey twice and using the addressed, postage paid cover. NKU will tabulate the results and present them to the Fiscal Court at a future public meeting.