Tarrant County officials seek community feedback to help guide pandemic recovery approach

Tarrant County officials are seeking public input to help guide the county's approach to pandemic recovery. The three surveys can be found online on the county's website. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Tarrant County officials are seeking public input to help guide the county's approach to pandemic recovery. The three surveys can be found online on the county's website. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Tarrant County officials are seeking public input to help guide the county's approach to pandemic recovery. The three surveys can be found online on the county's website. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Tarrant County officials are seeking the community’s input in how the county continues to address ongoing challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

County officials are asking applicable members of the public to fill out one of three surveys—one for Tarrant County residents, one for individuals representing local businesses and one for individuals representing local nonprofits. The surveys are available in English, Spanish and Vietnamese and are open through Jan. 14.


The resident survey can be found here; the business survey can be found here; the nonprofit survey can be found here; and a landing page with links to all three surveys can be found here.

According to a county spokesperson and the descriptions at the top of the surveys, data collected through the surveys will be analyzed and used to help inform county leadership’s continued efforts related to the pandemic.

The resident survey, for example, asks about how each respondent has been impacted by the pandemic; what industry they worked in before the pandemic, if they were working at the time; and what areas of need they think the county should prioritize.
By Steven Ryzewski
Steven Ryzewski is the editor for Community Impact Newspaper's Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake and Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth editions. Before joining Community Impact in 2021, he worked in hyperlocal journalism for nine years in Central Florida as an editor, sports editor and correspondent.