Online public survey launched to measure progress and need for improvement in Seymour

In 2020, Seymour Mayor Matt Nicholson conducted an online public survey to give him an idea of what residents think about the city.

He wanted honest answers to questions about housing, jobs, entertainment, dining, transportation, arts and culture, education, business climate, health care and more.

Now that two years have passed, Nicholson wants to gauge where the city has improved and what areas people would like city leaders to focus on in the next two years.

The online Seymour Survey 2022 launched Monday night after Nicholson’s State of the City address. It will remain open for 60 days.

The survey consists of five pages of questions that ask participants to rank how they feel about different issues and departments and to select answers on what they like about Seymour. There are also demographic questions.

“It’s a chance for you to give us feedback on what’s going on in our community and how you feel about things,” Nicholson said.

Survey participants do not have to live in Seymour to provide feedback, as information from county residents, former Seymour residents and people who work in the city also is valuable, he added. 



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