How do you feel about education, transportation or the overall quality of life in Sacramento?

Now in its second year, the Citizen Survey is a standardized set of questions that were sent by mail to a random sampling of 5,500 residents in late March.

Residents interested in taking the survey who haven’t received one in the mail can fill it out online until May 10. All respondents to the survey will remain anonymous.

Take the Sacramento Citizen Survey

Last year’s survey found that most respondents thought safety and economy should be “top priorities” of the City, with cost of living seen as one of the “largest areas of concern.”

Fire, emergency services and garbage collection were the “most positively rated” City services, while street repair was generally the “most negatively rated.”

The biggest takeaway? Roughly 95 percent of residents claimed to have “made efforts to conserve water.”

The City Auditor presented these findings in a report to the City Council in September 2018.