City Services Satisfaction Survey 2012 City Services Satisfaction Survey - Page 90

Council Priorities and City Direction Several questions were asked regarding the opinion of residents on how well Council priorities were met and what direction the City was headed. The following graphs represent the data for Council priority ratings, getting their money’s worth from tax dollars, tax levels for services received, and the overall direction for the City. Residents were asked to rate how well Council is meeting their priorities. The top rated priorities are convention and tourism, cultural, recreational and learning opportunities, grow and diversify the economy, and vibrant downtown. The lowest rated priorities are flooding and erosion, enhance and preserve neighborhoods, and mobility and transportation. Council Priorities 83.2 80.8 Convention and Tourism 66.7 67.6 Cultural, Recreational, … 59.2 Grow and Diversify Economy 66.7 61.6 64.5 59.8 63.2 Vibrant Downtown Environmental Stewardship Regional Partnerships 61 64.4 64.5 60.8 59.6 60.3 61.4 58.6 53.7 57.8 Youth, Seniors, Families Community Partnerships Redevelopment Opps Financial Stewardship 45.8 Flooding and Erosion 50.1 55.6 Enhance/Preserve Neighborhoods 49.3 Mobility and Transportation 30.9 0 20 35.7 40 FY 2011 9 60 FY 2012 80 100