Twin Falls Residents Tasked With Citizen Survey
Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV ) Every two years the City of Twin Falls conducts a citizen survey and it's that time once again.
Approximately 1,200 households in the city will receive a postcard notifying them about the opportunity to participate.
The previous survey revealed that citizens had issues with animal control.
At the time county has handling that, but now the city has internalized its animal control services.
Overall, Twin Falls uses the information and compares itself to other cities.
City of Twin Falls Public Information Officer Josh Palmer says, "it's not a requirement but we do encourage people to participate in the survey because really it gives us a good idea of maybe things that we do need to change or things that we may need to do better, or things that we're actually really excelling at."
The postcards have already been sent out and the survey will go out February 7th.