Palm Bay Seeks Feedback From Residents, Businesses About Quality of Services

By  //  April 1, 2016

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Two Short Surveys Are Open Through May 7

Palm Bay is listed in the number two spot for having the largest baby boomer population in the U.S. out of all mid-sized cities, and is also listed in the number one spot for seeing the greatest baby boomer population growth out of all mid-sized cities in the U.S. since 2009. (City of Palm Bay image)

Palm Bay is asking for residents and business owners to take two short surveys about city services. (City of Palm Bay image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Palm Bay is looking for feedback from residents and business owners in two short surveys that can be found on the city’s website.

The survey responses will help provide staff, elected officials and other stakeholders with an evaluation of service delivery, identify current successes, and opportunities to improve.

The surveys will remain open through May 7.

City employees will have iPads available for residents to complete a survey in person at the First Friday by the Bay events on tonight and May 6.

Participants can complete the survey anonymously, however, a representative from the city will respond to questions or concerns if participants choose to provide their contact information.

The surveys can be found online at pbfl.org/survey. The city of Palm Bay extends its thanks to residents, business owners and business managers who take the time to provide important feedback to city leaders.

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE SURVEYS>>>

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