Some Cedar Park residents will be part of a resident survey in the coming year.
Cedar Park City Council approved a resolution on Dec. 13 authorizing an agreement with National Research Center, Inc. to create a resident survey for Cedar Park.
The survey will be sent to a randomly generated group of 1,600 households in the spring, giving residents the chance to provide the City Council with feedback on city services. The survey aims to assess resident satisfaction, city operations and community engagement, according to a presentation at the Dec. 13 council meeting.
“We’ve never done one of these before, so this is really awesome. …” Mayor Corbin Van Arsdale said. “I like the fact this council wants to do [the survey]and is not afraid of what [residents]might say.”
The study costs $21,915 and will take approximately three to four months to complete, according to city documents.