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Posted on: January 10, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Scott County wants to hear from you!

Scott County wants to hear from you!  Our 2022 Residents Survey is now online and open to anyone who wants to participate, and we encourage you to take a few minutes to complete it online at  

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. You will be asked to provide your email address and ZIP code before you can submit your response (to make certain that only one response per person is collected), but rest assured that your privacy and confidentiality will be protected.

This open-participation version of the survey can be accessed through our website ( or directly through, so anyone who is interested can offer their perspectives and suggestions online. Para completar la encuesta en español, haga clic aquí:

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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