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City of St. Petersburg Takes a "Pulse Check" and Asks for Input from Residents to Help Shape the Future of the City

St. Petersburg, FL (February 13, 2024) – The City of St. Petersburg is inviting residents to participate in the 2024 St. Petersburg Community Survey, an opportunity to share input on government services and measure the quality of life in the community. The survey is now open for a two-week time period from February 13-27.



“Informed decision-making is one of my administration's Principles for Accountable Government," said St. Petersburg Mayor Kenneth T. Welch. "It's important that we get direct and unfiltered feedback from the community about our performance as an organization, our service delivery, and the overall trajectory of St. Petersburg as Florida's fifth largest city. This critical data will help guide our team's budget decisions and strategic plans moving forward."


The 2024 St. Petersburg Community Survey is part of the National Community Survey (NCS) and was developed by the National Research Center (NRC) at Polco. The survey captures opinions on the economy, mobility, community design, utilities, safety, natural environment, inclusivity, engagement, and more. The results show the City's strengths, areas of improvement, and what matters most to residents. The City will also be able to see how its performance compares to similar communities.


Learn more and take the survey at stpete.org/2024survey.

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