What will be done with the results?

The Town of Jupiter uses the results of the citizen survey to assess its performance in a variety of areas.  It also uses the results to identify areas of opportunity, and to develop new initiatives for its annual update of the strategic plan.  Because the survey allows the Town to benchmark itself against other cities and towns in Florida and across the nation, it's a useful tool in determining how well the Town does in delivering the services that contribute to the community's overall well-being and quality of life.  Over time, the Town is also able to compare year-to-year results to see if trends are improving, and to adjust its strategies where trends may be showing a decline in satisfaction.  To view past year's results, visit the citizen survey webpage.

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1. How did you get my address?
2. I received your survey, and while I own the property that it was sent to, I don’t live there. What should I do?
3. What is the purpose of requesting the person who most recently had a birthday complete the survey?
4. I am the person in my household who most recently had a birthday, but I am not very informed about the issues covered in the survey. Can I give the survey to someone else in my household who is more i
5. I doubt that you are interested in my opinion, since I rarely leave my home. Should I really complete the survey?
6. If I filled out the survey when I first received it, should I fill it out again now that I have received a second copy?
7. I was not sent a survey, but I would be happy to complete one, and I think you should be interested in my opinion.
8. What will be done with the results?
9. On the survey, why is “Hispanic” separate from “Race”?
10. Can I submit my survey online?