Pinellas County Wants Your Thoughts
Pinellas County wants you to take part in an online citizens survey.
CLEARWATER – Is Pinellas County a good place to live? What is important to its residents? What does the future hold? What do you think?
Residents are being asked to submit their input online through an annual citizens survey, which is used to see how Pinellas County is measuring up and how residents feel about the services they receive from government.
The brief survey takes just a few minutes to fill out and will be open from 9 a.m. Monday (Feb. 16) to 5 p.m. Feb. 20. It is accessible on the Pinellas County website at pinellascounty.org or through the Pinellas County mobile app, available for a free download to smartphones and tablets through the Apple App Store and Google Play.
“As we look toward the next year with optimism, the Pinellas County Board of Commissioners is working to develop a budget that reflects the needs and priorities of all of us,” said County Administrator Mark S. Woodard.
The online survey is in its fifth year. It follows a statistically valid phone survey, conducted over the course of two weeks to gather feedback from a cross-section of the county’s residents. The results of both surveys will be posted online once the information is compiled.