Every two years the Town of Erie prepares a Community Survey to check in and see how residents are feeling of the community and what things you value most in government services. Beginning on Thursday, March 30, postcards were mailed to a randomly selected batch of Erie households inviting those residents to complete the survey. Residents are urged to check mailboxes and PO boxes closely for this invitation. On the invitation is a link to complete the survey online (please do not share this link with other households!) or instructions for receiving a paper survey.
This first batch of surveys will be part of the statistically valid data set our vendors (Polco and the National Research Center) will analyze and present to us in early summer. Toward the end of April we will provide an opportunity for any other interested residents to complete a survey as well. All of that data will be compiled and used to help guide policies, budgets, projects, and other decisions in our Town for at least the next two years before the next survey cycle.