The city of Lewisville is encouraging residents to participate in an annual online survey that will be used to assess the effectiveness of current programs and determine the need for new or improved city services.
The survey is meant to reflect residents’ opinions on current and potential city services, and show the city what areas need additional attention.
Previous survey results have been used when making budget and programming choices, such as increased funding for sidewalk repairs citywide, a news release from the city said.
This year’s survey includes some first-time questions, and is slightly shorter than previous annual surveys, according to the release.
The survey can be accessed here, or a link to the survey can be found on the city’s website and social media pages, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Nextdoor.
The survey is available Friday, July 20-Aug. 3.