HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) -- Some Harrisonburg City residents may soon be receiving community surveys.
City government has sent surveys to 1,200 randomly selected homes to see how residents rate its day-to-day operations.
Mary-Hope Vass, the public information officer for Harrisonburg, said this survey gives the community a chance to evaluate all of the services provided in the city, such as parks and recreation programs and trash and recycling service.
She said, the city can then go back and use this feedback to make improvements if necessary.
"We want to know these results and we certainly want to be able to make improvements where needed and then capitalize and continue to do the positive things that we are already doing well," said Vass.
The community has about a month and a half to fill out the form.
Once all of the results are compiled, the Harrisonburg City Council plans to meet to discuss any changes that could be made, in our community.
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