Tell Pinellas What You Think
Pinellas officials have opened a week-long survey to find out residents’ opinions on county offierings.
PINELLAS COUNTY – Pinellas County’s annual online citizens survey is now posted and residents are submitting their input on the services, programs and priorities that affect the community. The brief survey takes just a few minutes to fill out. It will remain open until 5 p.m. Friday (Feb. 20).
It can be found on the Pinellas County website, 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,” County Administrator Mark Woodard said.
This is the fifth year for the survey, which 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.
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