Chandler solicits resident feedback in annual budget survey

The city of Chandler is starting its budget process, according to a news release, and officials are encouraging residents to contribute feedback in an annual budget survey.

The survey can be completed online at https://chandleraz.gov/budget and will be available through Nov. 17.

City staff asks that residents answer the first six general questions of the survey; the questions that follow allow residents to provide feedback on any of the topics based on the six strategic goals set by City Council. The topics include: being the most connected city, being a leader in trust and transparency, maintaining fiscal sustainability; attracting a range of private sector businesses, fostering contemporary culture that embraces unity, and being safe and beautiful.

The results of the survey are shared with the mayor and City Council as well as the city manager and city staff.

Paper copies are also available in either English or Spanish and may be picked up at various city facilities, including libraries, community centers and the lobby of City Hall. Paper copies also may be downloaded from the website. Completed paper surveys should be returned to city facilities or scanned and emailed to libby.stressman@chandleraz.gov or mailed to:

City of Chandler
Budget Division – Citizen Surveys
Mail Stop 609
P.O. Box 4008, Chandler, AZ 85244-4008

For more information, call 480-782-2254.
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