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Posted on: January 10, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Scott County wants to hear from you!

Scott County wants to hear from you!  If you’re one of the lucky ones to receive a request to complete a 2022 Residents Survey, we encourage you to take a few minutes to complete it online (through the web link provided on the materials) or return the written paper copy by mail (via the self-addressed stamped envelope provided) – your opinions, thoughts, and perspectives matter!  

Let your voice be heard through this comprehensive, confidential survey, which is conducted every three years with the help of our partners at Polco (formerly National Research Center) to help Scott County leaders and staff better understand your thoughts and concerns -- about everything from the community to specific program areas -- as we strive to deliver what matters to you.

And if you’re not one of the 3,000 households who receive this request via mail, not to worry!  We’ll be offering an open-participation version of this survey through our website ( shortly, so anyone who is interested can offer their perspectives and suggestions online.  (A Spanish language option will also be available for those who choose to use a translated version.)

Results of the 2022 Scott County Residents Survey will be available later in the spring, and will be published on our website for everyone to view.  

Questions? Concerns?  Need more information? Please contact Lisa Kohner, Scott County Public Affairs Coordinator, at 952-496-8780 or via email at [email protected] at your convenience.  

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