The City of Eden Prairie is conducting its Quality of Life Survey and inviting all residents to participate.
According to the city, this online survey, designed to gather feedback on the quality of life in the community, ratings of local government services, and resident use of services, will be available until March 28.
The data collected will provide a baseline of resident opinions on safety, services, and overall quality of life in Eden Prairie. The city will also use the results to compare with other cities across Minnesota and the United States.
During the past few weeks, 2,000 Eden Prairie households were randomly selected to participate in the survey. Now, the city is encouraging all residents who have not yet participated in taking the survey online. The results from the online opt-in survey will be weighted and analyzed separately from the scientific sample group.
To make the survey accessible to all residents, the city offers a paper survey in English, which can be requested by calling 952-949-8300 or visiting the City Center at 8080 Mitchell Road.
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