Take Middleton's citizen satisfaction survey | Business
The City of Middleton is looking for feedback from its residents and businesses.
City Administrator & Director of Community Development Mike Davis says that opinions from locals will determine which specific programs and services should be funded annually. During the upcoming 2013 budget development process, the Mayor, City Council’s Finance Committee and the City Council will try to determine Middleton’s highest priority programs and services and match these with estimated resources. Residents' and businesses' input will help decide how the city's limited funds should be spent.
The City of Middleton citizen satisfaction survey can be taken here. A hard copy of the survey is available for those without internet access beginning on Monday, July 16 at City Hall, the Senior Center, and the Library. The City will also have a presence at the Good Neighbor Fest, August 24-26.
Individual responses to the survey are confidential. Completed surveys will be compiled on Sunday, August 26.
On September 12, community members are invited to speak with the Mayor and Finance Committee on the topic. A preliminary 2013 budget document will be available to the community on September 5 via the City's website, the Middleton Library and City Hall.