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Surveys are helping to build a stronger Sacramento

The City’s General Plan Annual Report Survey gauges the appropriateness of the City’s policy when it comes to living, working and playing in Sacramento. We look at long term trends. Based on the previous community surveys, it appears that the livability and quality of life for Sacramento residents and employees is improving and increasing, thus affirming that the General Plan policies are moving in the right direction.

Past survey results indicate that the City has enjoyed some level of improvements between 2011 and 2013. Sacramentans said that the city has a more effective public transport system (5 percent increase), a stronger job market (21 percent increase), a variety of shopping options (3 percent increase), a vibrant downtown (3 percent increase). An area where we could improve is steady affordability in the housing market (4 percent decrease). Have community sentiments changed in 2015?

Let the City of Sacramento know what you think! Take this quick five minute survey about living, working and doing business within the City. Tweet via @TheCityofSac

The survey helps us gather long-term information that will be used to help shape public policy, establish future priorities, and create and implement specific projects and programs. Your help is greatly appreciated! If you have any questions, please let us know. For more information, please see a previous blog post on the survey.