City urges residents to participate in survey

MILFORD, Del. – Residents are being asked to take part in a survey intended to find the problem areas in the city.

The survey is a national one, called The National Community Survey, that is used in other cities across the country.

A similar survey was done in Milford two years ago, which led to the hiring of a new code enforcement officer and a new rental inspection program.

Questions on the survey include a variety of topics including quality of life in the community, local policies, demographics, ratings of local government services, and resident use of services.

“What do people think the future needs are, how would they feel about new programs and services, how would they feel about funding and providing assistance in driving future programs and services for the city,” said Milford city manager Eric Norenberg.

Residents can take part in the survey through Monday.

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