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Summary of County’s 2014 Citizen Satisfaction Survey: “Prince William residents generally satisfied with county, but transportation scores drop

By Keith Walker, Bull Run Now.Com 16 Sep 2014

“The results of the 2014 Community Survey are in, and overall, the citizens of Prince William County are very satisfied with the performance of their County government.…

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2014 Citizen Survey

Summary of County’s 2014 Citizen Satisfaction Survey:   PW residents generally satisfied with county, but transportation scores drop
(by Keith Walker, Bull Run Now.Com 16 Sep 2014)

2014 Citizen Survey:  Final Report

2014 Citizen Survey Score Comparison (to 2012)

2014 Citizen Survey:  Presentation to Board of County Supervisors

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2012 Citizen Survey

2012 Citizen Survey:  Final Report

2012 Citizen Survey Score Comparison (to 2010)

2012 Citizen Survey:  Presentation to Board of County Supervisors

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2007-10 County Citizen Surveys (biennial after 2010)

PWC_SurveySumary2010 | PWC_SurveyComparison09_10 | full text pdf

PWC_SurveySummary2009 | 2009-10 Comparison | full text PDF

PWC_SurveySummary2008

2007 County Citizens Survey (full text)

2007 Citizen Survey: PW citizens “generally dissatisfied with the coordination of development and roads, growth in the county, and planning and land use”
(“Supervisors Get Survey Results” by Keith Walker, Potomac News, 9 Aug 2007)

The top seven:
Citizen satisfaction with:
The bottom seven:
Citizen satisfaction with:
— Service from Library Staff  (98.9%)
— Emergency Medical Rescue (98.5%)
— Fire Fighting in Respondent’s Area (988.4%)
— Security in Courthouse (97.3%)
— Landfill (96.0%)
— Convenience of Registering to Vote ( 994.9%)
— Assistance from 911 Operator (94.6%) <
— Coordination of Development with Road Systems (35.5%)
— Rate of PWC Growth (44.0%)
— Ease of Travel in PWC (46.9%)
— Land Use Planning and Development (47.5%)
— Appearance of Illegal Signs along Major Roads (49.2%)
— County Efforts to Preserve Open Space (51.5%)
— Public Transportation in PWC (57.0%)
According to the executive summary of the 2007 County Citizens Survey (full text):   1.
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2006 Citizen Survey

2006 “Citizen Survey: PW residents still happy with libraries, tired of traffic”
(by Tara Slate Donaldson, Gainesville Times, 10 Aug 2006)

2006 County Citizens Survey (full text)

The top five:
Citizen satisfaction with:
The bottom five:
Citizen satisfaction with:
— Libraries (99.2%)
— Balls Ford Road Compost Facility (99%)
— Landfill (98.3%)
— Fire protection (97.9%)
— Medical rescue (95.7%)
— Getting around the county (39.6%)
— Growth (44.5%)
— Planning and land use (44.9%)
— Citizen input on development (68.5%)
— Preventing neighborhood deterioration (68.7%)
Other highlights, according to the 2006 County Citizens Survey (full text):   1.
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“Citizen Survey: PW Residents Still Happy With Libraries, Tired of Traffic”

by Tara Slate Donaldson, The Gainesville Times, 10 Aug 2006

 

“Results are in from the county’s annual citizen satisfaction survey and it comes as no surprise that residents are fed up with driving in Prince William County.…

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2005 Citizen Survey

2005 Survey:  County roads, growth need work”
(by Tara Slate Donaldson, Gainesville Times, 19 Aug 2005)

2005 County Citizens Survey (full text)

The top five:
Citizen satisfaction with:
The bottom five:
Citizen satisfaction with:
— Library staff (99.1%)
— Landfill services (98.8%)
— Medical rescue services (98.3%)
— Fire protection services (98.2%)
— Voter registration (97%)
— Coordination of development and roads (34.9%)
— Getting around in Prince William Countty (38.1%)
— Planning and land use (44.8%)
— Efforts to preserve open space (45.1%))
— Growth in county (47.2%)
2005 County Citizens Survey (full text)
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Survey: County roads, growth need work

by Tara Slate Donaldson, Gainesville Times

19 Aug 2005

“Not surprisingly, Prince William residents are fed up with traffic problems. They’re also not entirely happy with land use planning or the way the county preserves open space.”

That was the bad news in the most recent Citizen Satisfaction Survey, an annual telephone questionnaire that asks residents to rate Prince William County services.

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