Las Cruces To Conduct Citizen Survey

Nov 23, 2012

The City of Las Cruces will be conducting its first-ever, community wide citizen survey. The survey was randomly mailed to 1,200 Las Cruces households starting this week.  Residents who receive the survey are asked to complete it and return it in the postage paid envelope. The survey is confidential and will assist Las Cruces city government in planning for the future.

Questions include how respondents would rate Las Cruces as a place to live, raise children, work and retire. Other topics include public safety, employment and housing opportunities.

To get a representative sample of Las Cruces residents, the adult, anyone 18 years or older in the household who most recently had a birthday, should complete the survey. Year of birth of the adult does not matter.

All responses will be compiled and a final report of the data presented to the Las Cruces City Council in early 2013.