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Santa Clarita launches 2014 public poll

Posted: August 22, 2014 4:42 p.m.
Updated: August 22, 2014 4:42 p.m.

The City of Santa Clarita is calling residents to take part in a public opinion poll to share their thoughts on City services, local issues and the types of amenities they would like to see in Santa Clarita. The poll will be conducted via telephone and online at

Every two years, the City of Santa Clarita conducts a statistically valid telephone poll to learn what residents think about City services. The 2014 survey also calls residents to weigh in on future plans for Santa Clarita, which will impact City planning for the next three to five years.  The survey is also available online for all residents to weigh in at

“The City of Santa Clarita was founded on the principle of providing an open and non-bureaucratic government that is receptive and responsive to the needs of the community,” said Mayor Laurene Weste. “That commitment stands today, and the public survey provides another way for residents to speak up about what they want to see and do in the City, weigh in on current services, and play an active role in shaping Santa Clarita.”

The City is looking to collect feedback from the entire community for the survey, including residents, local business owners, elected or appointed officials, local non-profit, community and faith- based organizations, as well as hobby and sporting groups.   Survey results will be analyzed and taken into consideration as the City maps out public services, amenities and infrastructure planning throughout the coming years.

The community is encouraged to share their ideas and feedback at

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